Targeted therapy for pain and soft tissue injury
Accelerates wound healing
Wearable, hands-free, "slow release" therapeutic ultrasound
Anywhere & anytime - at home or in clinical setting,
at work or even while you sleep
The PainShieldTM system is a novel, therapeutic ultrasound product. The PainShield device is a wearable, battery powered electronic unit that uses a disposable patch through which it delivers localized energy creating therapeutic effect to relief localized pain and induce soft tissue healing. This is made possible due to proprietary technology which allows for the creation of a therapeutic transducer that can be made disposable and incorporated into a patch.
Targeted "slow release" ultrasound - The PainShield product uniquely generates and delivers localized, low frequency, low intensity therapeutic ultrasound by a self adhering patch, placed next to the treated area for a period of time.
Product usage has shown wide range of applications including:
PainShield may be used immediately post-injury and post-op. The product is patch based and does not require for medical personnel to apply it and hold it in place while receiving therapy.
Patient benefits include its ease of application and use, faster recovery time, high compliance, safety, and effectiveness.
PainShieldTM has received CE Mark and FDA clearance.
PainShield™ in the Media
Patients' testimonials - Click here
PainShield™ at Channel 1 (Israel) TV program - Click here to watch video
PainShield™ at GUYSEN TV - Click here to watch video (French and English versions available)
A Sound Solution to Tendonitis: Healing Tendon Tears With a Novel Low-Intensity, Low-Frequency Surface Acoustic Ultrasound Patch
American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Vol. 2, 685-687, July 2010
Haim Moshe Adahan, Hanania Sharon, Itzhak Siev-Ner, Sheba Medical Center
Patch Based Ultrasound: A New Dimension in Therapeutic Ultrasound
PODIATRY MANAGEMENT June/July 2010
Garry Sherman, DPM, ABPOPPM, ABMSP, Biomechanical Sports Podiatrist, Rutgers University
A sound solution for Trigeminal Neuralgia
6th Annual Update Symposium Series on Clinical Neurology and Neurophysiology, Israel, Feb. 2010
Haim Moshe Adahan, Head of the Pain Rehabilitation Unit, Sheba Medical Center
Yaacov Ezra, Staff Neurology & Pain Divisions, Hadassah Hospital
Itschak Siev-Ner, Head of the Orthopedic Rehabilitation Division, Sheba Medical Center
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