Hyperthermia Therapy Stimulator


 [INQ. NO. 2205E04] Hyperthermia Therapy Stimulator ISRF™ (Interactively Selective RF) is used in a non-invasive way to effectively reduce fat in targeted areas to the body, resulting in noticeable fat reduction.
ISRF™ is very different from other electric forms of fat reduction, because it does not affect the nerves and muscles but rather selectively heats the human tissues.
Fat tissue gets more easily heated when the same amount of energy is transferred to the body because skin and muscles contain much more water than fat like 70-85% while fat contains less water like 13-15%. In addition to the water content, the blood circulation in the muscle tissue does not allow fat cells to become more heated.

Shockwave Therapy Device
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) is a popular treatment method used to combat common ailments including heel pain, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, tennis elbow, shoulder tendonitis, lateral epicondylitis, and more.
It is considered a breakthrough treatment that can make common problems like heel pain virtually obsolete. Many people with chronic pain problems are turning to ESWT to find relief from their pain.
The CEO of Daeyang Medical Co., Ltd. noted, “We, as a specialized manufacturer of medical and aesthetic devices for more than 50 years, have contributed to boosting the national economy and welfare. We use our accumulated techniques and extensive experience to comply with all aspects of the quality system. Also, we do our best to make sure that we don’t miss the small customer needs, ensuring that we are fully responsible for our products.”

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