The enPulsPro (8100) is a cutting edge, non-invasive, non-pharmacological, highly effective solution for the treatment of chronic foot, heel, and ankle pain as well as soft tissue pain and sports injuries. If you are looking for an alternative to steroid injections or surgery, the enPuls Pro is your answer. The treatments are quick 5-minute sessions with no downtime for the patient and require no anesthesia. The handpiece contains a projectile that is accelerated through the electromagnetic transfer of kinetic energy. This kinetic energy is then transformed into impact energy in the applicator head. The impact energy delivered from the applicator head results in radial pulses in the target tissue. Radial Pulse Therapy provides an excellent alternative to treating soft tissue/ muscle pain.
- 2 Handpieces
- 1 Applicator head (6mm)
- 3 Applicator heads (15mm)
- 1 Applicator head (25mm)
- 10 Silicone caps
- 1 bottle of enPuls lotion
The enPulsPro device delivers energy into the target tissue where traditional soft tissue therapy techniques cannot reach. This is all done with little or no stress on the therapist‘s hands. A heavy-duty, ergonomic aluminum handpiece delivers optimal energy to the patient while providing optimal protection against vibrations to the therapist’s hands.
Time Savings and Efficiency With Better Outcomes:
Adding the enPuls pro Radial Pulse Therapy unit to your facility will decrease the treatment time for chronic soft tissue pain patients and increase your efficiency. This results in better outcomes for you and for your patients.
The enPuls pro creates unique radial pulses by using a projectile 5 times heavier than standard air compressor systems and a reduced final velocity upon contact with the applicator. Though the force of the accelerator and the mass of the projectile are efficient down to the required depth, they are more comfortable for the patient than comparable systems.
Increased Patient Comfort:Less pain, same energy – that’s Shockwave Radial Pulse Therapy enPuls pro soft shot technology. Energy is maintained by a longer pulse rise time. This eliminates the need for unpleasant high peak pressure amplitudes. The lower peak and longer rise time minimize the stinging and painful sensation that is normally associated with this type of therapy. Increased patient comfort results in easier treatments at higher energy levels, leading to successful therapy.