Biotronix Physiotherapy Ultrasound Therapy Unit (1mhz) (9 Programs) Semi Digital Portable ( home use or personal use Model ) Make in India with 2 year warranty

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Biotronix Physiotherapy Ultrasound Therapy Unit (1mhz) (9 Programs) Semi Digital Portable ( home use or personal use Model ) Make in India with 2 year warranty 



 Programs : 9 Inbuilt Programs
Ultrasonic nominal Frequency : 1 MHz 
Ultrasonic Output : 15 Acoustic Maximum - 
Ultrasonic power density mode Operation : 2.2 watts/cm2 Continuous and of pulsed mode
Pulse ratios : 1:1, 1:3, 1:5, 1:7, 1:9 
Treatment time : 0 to 6 Minutes 
Timer : Electronic timer 0 to 99 minutes with digital display 
Display :Digital display


What you will Get in this Package : 

1 Pc Biotronix Physiotherapy Ultrasound Therapy Unit (1mhz) (9 Programs) Semi Digital Portable ( home use or personal use Model )

1 Pc Main Cord 

1 Pc Ultrasound 1 Mhz Applicator 

2 Pc Gel Bottle 

1 Pc Carry Bag 



Warranty Details: 2 Year Offsite Warranty for Equipment against manufacturing defects ,No warranty or Guarantee for the Accessories like wire pads etc






Designed For: Pain Management, Relief from Joint Pain, Relief from Muscle Pain, Relief from Nerve Pain, Rehabilitation, Relief from Shoulder, Hip & Knee Pain, Relief from Acute Pain, Relief from, Chronic Pain, Relax Muscle Sprain, Muscle Re-education



  • One of the Largest selling ultrasound machines worldwide
  • Frequency - 1 MHz
  • Microprocessor controlled Digital Unit
  • Pulsed and Continuous application
  • Durable body with comfortable ultrasound head


  • Therapeutic Ultrasound provides therapeutic deep heat treatment for Relaxation
  • Reduce swelling and inflammation.
  • Promote the synthesis of proteins inside the cells
  • Lymphatic Drainage with cellulite reduction
  • Regenerate wounded tissues
  • Accelerate the metabolism of cells



  • Frequency : 1 MHz
  • Ultrasound Output : 15 Acoustic
  • Ultrasound Head : 3.0 watts/cm2
  • Treatment Time : 0-60 Min
  • Modes: continuous and pulse waves.
  • Available voltage: 220v /50 Hz 


Ultrasound Therapy

Physical Therapy, Ultrasound

What is ultrasound therapy
Ultrasound therapy uses sounds of a high frequency and intensity that are converted to mechanical and heat energy. The treatment is administered by placing the application head of the device in continuous or pulse application onto the skin, which has been given a coating of conductive gel. In some cases, the ultrasound treatment may be performed in a water container, where both the treated body part and the device head are placed under water. The depth of impact varies between 2-6 cm. The site, mode, length and frequency of application must be prescribed by a doctor. The treatment procedure may be delivered by a physiotherapist or a trained nurse and usually lasts up to 12 minutes.

How ultrasound therapy helps
About one third of the ultrasound energy is absorbed in the molecules and results in a type of micro-massage in the targeted tissues, warming them up. This brings about muscle relaxation as well as improved blood circulation and tissue metabolism. Subsequently, pain, stiffness and swelling are reduced. The ultrasound waves further enhance certain chemical reactions in the connective tissues that lead to the better healing of bruises and the softening of stiff tissues.

Advisable for:

Chronic inflammation, pain or swelling of all connective tissues (joints and their capsules, ligaments, tendons, muscles), healing of bruises and sprained joints, chronic stiffness of sinews (Dupuytren’s contractures, Achilles tendon), peripheral blood circulation disorders (Raynaud, Buerger, and Sudeck diseases), hard skin scars



Not advisable for:

Acute injury or bruise up to 72 hours from its occurrence, any acute inflammation, metallic implant at the site of application (pacemaker, screws, joint replacements), infectious diseases, fever, untreated or uncontrolled hypertension, acute thrombosis, leg ulcers and other skin defects at the site of application, abdomen during menstruation, endometriosis, shortness of breath, pregnancy, psychosis, alcohol or drug abuse, malignant tumours (at the site of application, elsewhere possible), blood disorders, incapacitation



What is therapeutic ultrasound?

Therapeutic ultrasound is a modality that has been used by physical therapists since the 1940s. Ultrasound is applied using a round-headed wand or probe that is put in direct contact with the patient’s skin. Ultrasound gel is used on all surfaces of the head in order to reduce friction and assist in the transmission of the ultrasonic waves. Therapeutic ultrasound is in the frequency range of about 0.8-3.0 MHz.

The waves are generated by a piezoelectric effect caused by the vibration of crystals within the head of the wand/probe. The sound waves that pass through the skin cause a vibration of the local tissues. This vibration or cavitation can cause a deep heating locally though usually no sensation of heat will be felt by the patient. In situations where a heating effect is not desirable, such as a fresh injury with acute inflammation, the ultrasound can be pulsed rather than continuously transmitted.

Ultrasound can produce many effects other than just the potential heating effect. It has been shown to cause increases in tissue relaxation, local blood flow, and scar tissue breakdown. The effect of the increase in local blood flow can be used to help reduce local swelling and chronic inflammation, and, according to some studies, promote bone fracture healing. The intensity or power density of the ultrasound can be adjusted depending on the desired effect. A greater power density (measured in watt/cm2 is often used in cases where scar tissue breakdown is the goal.

Ultrasound can also be used to achieve phonophoresis. This is a non-invasive way of administering medications to tissues below the skin; this is perfect for patients who are uncomfortable with injections. With this technique, the ultrasonic energy forces the medication through the skin. Cortisone, used to reduce inflammation, is one of the more commonly used substances delivered in this way.


  • Tumours, as ultrasound affects tissue repair and could therefore encourage growth
  • Infections, due to the risk of spreading the infection
  • Pregnancy, treatment over the pregnant uterus as ultrasound could affect rapidly dividing cells
  • Radiotherapy, sites that have received radiotherapy treatment during the last six months
  • Thrombosis and impaired circulation.
  • Areas of impaired sensation
  • Haemorrhage, due to the risk of increased bleeding, including recently controlled bleeding and haematoma.
  • Implanted devices such as cardiac pacemakers should be avoided due to the possibility of affecting their operation. Also some plastics used in replacement surgery may be affected by absorption of ultrasound energy. Metal implants may lead to reflections, and as a precaution low doses of ultrasound should be used near these.
  • Extreme care should be taken when treating areas near the eye because of the danger of damage to the retina.
  • Similarly, extreme care should be taken near the ears and reproductive organs

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