Longwave / Low Frequency therapeutic ultrasound for an effective treatment of muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints and bone conditions in working dogs, canine athletes and companion dogs.
K-9 Ultrasound low frequency ultrasound therapy for dogs produces the following effects within biological tissues: intense acoustic effects (stable cavitation, acoustical streaming and microstreaming). diathermy (deep heat) and mechanical vibration.
Compared to traditional high frequency equine ultrasound therapy (1/3 MHz), our longwave ultrasound (38 kHz +/-2 ) produces a much more effective and deeper action for a faster recovery in the treatment of canine muscles, ligaments, tendons, joint structures and bones.
Through the use of five different transducers, K-9 Ultrasound is able to modulate a wide range of frequencies, so that with the same device several different muscular, tendon, joint and bone canine pathologies can be treated, both in the acute or chronic stages.