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ultrasound treatment to heal damaged tissue, i.e. Percutaneous Fasciotomy
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05/22/16 17:14
Aber01 
05/22/16 17:14
Aber01 
ultrasound treatment to heal damaged tissue, i.e. Percutaneous Fasciotomy

Hello there,

in one of the posts, I came across a high energy ultrasound treatment, that is supposed to heal damaged tissue?

The company refers to it as Percutaneous Fasciotomy. Has anyone ever heard of it being used for treating LD or DD? It is supposed to be minimal invasive.

I am not sure if I can post the link in the forum given that it would be a commercial link.

Best
Axel
P.S. if interested send me a private message and I will send you the link.

05/22/16 21:24
spanishbuddha 

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05/22/16 21:24
spanishbuddha 

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Re: ultrasound treatment to heal damaged tissue, i.e. Percutaneous Fasciotomy

Aber01:
Hello there,

in one of the posts, I came across a high energy ultrasound treatment, that is supposed to heal damaged tissue?

The company refers to it as Percutaneous Fasciotomy. Has anyone ever heard of it being used for treating LD or DD? It is supposed to be minimal invasive.

I am not sure if I can post the link in the forum given that it would be a commercial link.

Best
Axel
P.S. if interested send me a private message and I will send you the link.
Did you check our own site http://www.dupuytren-online.info/dupuytr...s_research.html

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy is an established treatment for a few musculoskeletal conditions, including plantar fasciitis, but the jury seems to be still out for LD/DD. Using the term Percutaneous Fasciotomy seems a bit misleading to me.You can use search on our forum to find a few other user experiences.

05/24/16 21:06
Aber01 
05/24/16 21:06
Aber01 
Re: ultrasound treatment to heal damaged tissue, i.e. Percutaneous Fasciotomy

spanishbuddha:
Aber01:
Hello there,

in one of the posts, I came across a high energy ultrasound treatment, that is supposed to heal damaged tissue?

The company refers to it as Percutaneous Fasciotomy. Has anyone ever heard of it being used for treating LD or DD? It is supposed to be minimal invasive.

I am not sure if I can post the link in the forum given that it would be a commercial link.

Best
Axel
P.S. if interested send me a private message and I will send you the link.
Did you check our own site http://www.dupuytren-online.info/dupuytr...s_research.html

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy is an established treatment for a few musculoskeletal conditions, including plantar fasciitis, but the jury seems to be still out for LD/DD. Using the term Percutaneous Fasciotomy seems a bit misleading to me.You can use search on our forum to find a few other user experiences.

Thanks for your answer. Yes, I did. Nevertheless what I am referring to is somewhat different. It is minimal invasive treatment (i.e. no external application but application of the ultrasound directly on / into the tissue) and is supposed to destroy the damaged tissue, this seems to be the reason they refer to it as Percutaneous Fasciotomy. The device / application is marketed by a U.S. company. The issue might be wound healing afterwards though.

05/24/16 22:21
spanishbuddha 

Administrator

05/24/16 22:21
spanishbuddha 

Administrator

Re: ultrasound treatment to heal damaged tissue, i.e. Percutaneous Fasciotomy

Ah OK. Is it the Tenex procedure using TX1 probe, then this thread might be interesting? http://www.dupuytren-online.info/Forum_E...sing-1_262.html

10/28/16 07:06
saraedward 
10/28/16 07:06
saraedward 
Re: ultrasound treatment to heal damaged tissue, i.e. Percutaneous Fasciotomy

in ultrasound techanique there a lot of pain

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