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Back Pain Help

MendMeShop Ultrasonic goes up to 2 inch into the skin.

Back pain help is available in many forms, but the one arousing the most interest among doctors, physical therapists, and the general public is ultrasound. Many people think of ultrasound only as a way to monitor fetal development or to examine internal organs such as the gall bladder, kidneys, and more. This type of ultrasound is known as diagnostic ultrasound - the process for identifying cancer or other abnormalities.

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Therapeutic ultrasound, such as MendMeShop, is used as an aid in reducing the inflammation in muscle tissue which often follows some kind of trauma or injury. It is effective in breaking down scar tissue from chronic injuries as well as preventing the buildup of scar tissue in recent injuries. The ultrasonic sound waves vibrate deep into the muscle tissue, causing an increase in oxygen supply to damaged cells.

MendMeShop Ultrasound treatment on the back

As the oxygen is increased, toxins that can cause muscle spasms are removed via the increased blood flow. This process effectively reduces the amount of inflammation in the soft tissue, and results in less pain and an increased range of motion. Once the cycle of muscle spasms and pain is interrupted, the body's ability to repair itself on a cellular level takes over - often resulting in complete resolution of back pain.

Do you have more questions?


If you have any questions regarding our therapeutic products and your treatment options, please contact a MendMeShop Advisor for assistance. You can be assured all your questions will be answered in a thorough and courteous manner by our trained staff.

Within Continental US and Canada call toll 1-866-237-9608

Other countries call 1-705-445-3505

Email us at service@aidmysciatica.com.

We strive to answer all emails within 24 hours. Often you will receive your response sooner.


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Friday 8:00am to 7:00pm (Eastern Standard Time)
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