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Extracorporeal shockwave device

Summary Information: Extracorporeal shockwave device

Extracorporeal shockwave device: An extracorporeal shockwave device is a machine that delivers shockwaves to relieve pain from various conditions such as plantar fasciitis and tennis elbow.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Extracorporeal shockwave device

These diseases are related to the medical device Extracorporeal shockwave device:

  • Chronic proximal plantar fasciitis
  • Tennis elbow (chronic lateral epicondylitis)

Types Of Extracorporeal shockwave device

These devices are types of the medical device Extracorporeal shockwave device:

  • Hand-held extracorporeal shockwave device

Other Names For Extracorporeal shockwave device

  • Orthopedic extracorporeal shockwave device

Extracorporeal shockwave device: Similar Related Devices

These other medical devices are related to Extracorporeal shockwave device:

  • Extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy device

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