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5 Benefits of Ultrasound Therapy for Body Pain
47.9 percent of Chiropractors use therapeutic ultrasounds for at least 75 percent of their patients. This treatment option is on the rise for patients in need of deep relief.
So what is ultrasound therapy? An ultrasound uses sound waves at a high frequency to affect the body’s tissues. In fact, ultrasound therapy offers a number of health benefits.
Ready to feel the sweet relief yourself? Keep reading to find out more!
1. Reduce Pain
For starters, therapeutic ultrasound can help relieve the pain you’re experiencing.
While healing your body’s deep tissue, the ultrasound also decreases muscle spasms. Spasms and muscle tightness can connect back to the root cause of your pain.
2. Relax Tissue Tension
According to the World Health Organization, musculoskeletal conditions are the second-largest contributors to disabilities across the world.
Musculoskeletal pain occurs when there’s damage to your muscle tissue. While general wear and tear can cause this damage, trauma makes an impact, too. That includes:
- Auto accidents
- Direct blows
- Jerking movements
Prolonged immobilization and repetitive movements can cause this pain, too.
Ultrasound therapy can give your tissues the deep heat they need to relieve tissue tension. In fact, the ultrasound affects soft tissue cell metabolism. When the ultrasound increases blood flow, it makes the cells more receptive to healing fluids.
As a result, therapeutic ultrasounds might help treat surgical wounds and soft tissue lesions, too.
3. Increase Blood Flow
Get your blood pumping! Increased blood flow can help reduce swelling around the injured area. It reduces chronic inflammation, too, which is associated with a number of health issues (including arthritis).
4. Deep Heat
Forget using a hot pack. Ultrasound therapy can penetrate deep to relax deeper musculature or joint tissues.
To make it happen, the machine’s soundwaves cause the body’s tissues to vibrate. This generates heat while increases friction down to a molecular level. Then, the targeted tissues rise in temperature.
5. Breakdown Scar Tissue
The acoustic effect caused by ultrasound therapy creates tiny micro-vibrations. These vibrations affect the fibers that cause scar tissue to form.
Breaking down scar tissue can help increase your range of motion. It also helps you maintain that range of motion for longer relief.