MASTERPULS MP Ultra
The Next Radial Shock Wave Generation
The radial shock wave systems of the MASTERPULS Ultra line are characterized by their compact dimensions, high reliability, low maintenance costs and silent on-board Air Power drive. Radial shock wave therapy and V-ACTOR vibration therapy with the MASTERPULS MP200 Ultra are complemented by VACU-ACTOR vacuum therapy.
Unique ergonomic design: All important control elements are integrated into the FALCON handpiece display and, thus, facilitate uninterrupted and quick treatment directly at the patient. The shock wave device itself becomes less important.
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Individual choice of colour (green, blue, orange, black)
Effective and non-tiring treatment directly at the patient
All control elements integrated into the FALCON handpiece
Energy range from 0.3 bareff
VACU-ACTOR vacuum therapy (MP200 Ultra only)
VACU-Cups for vacuum therapy, available in 4 sizes
(25 mm, 33 mm, 47 mm, 62 mm)
Optional operation via 10 touch screen
Effective For Treating
Calcified Tendonitis of the Shoulder
Radial and Ulnar Humeral Epicondylitis
Myofascial Trigger Points
Disorders of Tendon Insertions
Acupuncture Shock Wave Therapy
Activation Of Muscle & Connective Tissue
FALCON Radial Handpiece Transmitters
The nine standard transmitters have been used successfully for years and are suited for the treatment of all typical shock wave indications such as tendinopathies, heel and shoulder pain, and myofascial trigger points.
PERI-ACTOR Fasica Transmitters
The four PERI-ACTOR transmitters according to Swart/Di Maio have been developed especially for fascia treatment. The knuckle, scoop, sphere and scraper versions allow adapting the treatment to the individual fascia structure. Thanks to the special shapes of the transmitters it is possible to dissolve clots in the fasciae, as well as to prevent and eliminate pain.
The three differently sized SPINE-ACTOR transmitters make special treatments in the paravertebral region possible. Owing to the forked Double Tip shape of the transmitters, the paravertebral muscles of the entire spine in the cervical, thoracic and lumbar zones can be optimally reached.