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Physical Therapists on here! Recommend US machine for home.

grenada

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So I was suffering from a tennis elbow for a while. I went to Ultrasound therapy with an occupational therapist. I was skeptical but the pain did improve. Now it could be coincidence but I think the US had something to do with it cause it wasn’t improving for WEEKS.

I want to invest in a home unit for self use for minor injury. It this something a “dummy” can operate or do I have to be a rocket scientist and know the exact frequency blah blah.

if former can you point me to a good home unit. That would be 100-300$ ish range .

Thank you
 

herculeus

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Ultrasound has some mixed reviews in our practice.

however if you are sold on it, you can operate it easy. Just need to know the parameters.

However if you are my patient or my buddy, I am advising you to save your money And stick with the basics for medial epicondylatis.

protect, rest, ice, compression then focus on eccentrics for wrist extension, flex ion, probation and supination.

It’s inflammation so rest is your best friend.
 

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I work in a rehab clinic; most of the stim and US machines are pretty bullshit imo for chronic stuff

You feel better for the time, so if that's what you're after, you can prob find one

Half these injuries just heal with time and rest, but people correlate this extra stuff to having some significant utility because it's being used during that time period
 

grenada

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Trust me. I was trying to be very objective and i went in it, thinking well its going to be a waste of copay, and my time driving as well sitting during the session. However something that was not going away for 12+ weeks despite trying multiple things rest, eccentrics (tyler twists), icing, electric stim etc, went away significantly within days. I mean yeh it could be coincidence, but hmm...
 

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I would listen to the folks who actually work in the field but if you insist you can find a used medical grade US machine on Craigslist for around $250-$400
 

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