Wounds that can be treated with this button include:· Cuts, scratches, scrapes, blisters, surgical wounds, burns, bedsores, superficial bruising, lip wounds, mosquito- and other insect bites (reduces swelling and itching), contact dermatitis and dermatitis following radiation (cancer treatment), skin grafts and swelling in the ear canal. Suitable for treatment immediately post-operatively, as well as follow-up or step-down wound care.
21+ Day Wound
Wounds that can be treated with this button include:· Wounds 21 days and older, ulcers (diabetic and venous), infected wounds (in combination with antibiotics, superficial bruises.Other conditions that can be treated with this button are:· Pressure wounds· Hemorrhoids (protruding)· Excema
· Seroma· Hemotoma· Mastitis· General swelling
Suitable for soft-tissue injuries:· Muscle injury· Tendonitis· Damage to peripheral nerves· Sciaticus· Inflammation in soft tissues· Fasciatis· Trigger points and myalgia· Muscle spasms
· Especially useful in treating infected areas· Hot spots· Cellulitis· Gingivitis· “Snuffles” – put rubber applicator over probe and hold over nose
· Arthritic conditions (DJD)· Ruptured discs· Herniations· Prolapses· Annulus tears and protrusions· Traumatic sinovitis· Chondrotic tearing· Use following laminectomies and fusions· Fractures and osteo trauma – increases callus formation