Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy device converts the pneumatic pulse sound wave generated by the compressor into a precise ballistic shock wave, and acts on the human body through physical medium conduction (such as air, liquid, etc.) to produce a biological effect. The high-energy pressure wave is generated by the sudden release of energy which has instantaneous pressure increase and high-speed conduction characteristics.
The compressed gas generates energy to drive the bullet body in the handle, so that the bullet body impacts the action portion in a pulsed mode. This instrument is intended to act on areas of the body that have been affected by pain for a long time. The principle of shockwave embedding is to relieve pain by promoting calcium deposition and enhancing blood circulation.