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Painshield

Painshield

The PainShield pain therapy system uses ultrasound stimulation to achieve rapid relief – anytime, anywhere. Using patented technology, a therapeutic device has been developed that can be integrated into a disposable patch. PainShield provides localized energy to relieve pain and promote soft tissue healing for the patient. This ultrasound device is extremely effective and offers acute pain relief and pain treatment for trigeminal neuralgia, plantar fasciitis, tendon damage, pelvic pain, etc.

The range of application of the Painshield is wide and intended for the following indications:

  • Reduction of acute and chronic pain
    • Trigeminal neuralgia
    • Painful diabetic neuropathy
    • Rheumatic knee pain
  • Pelvic pain
    • Pudendal neuralgia
    • Adhesion-related disorder
    • Endometriosis, Interstitial Cystitis (IC)
    • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Treatment of tendon injuries
    • partial rupture, inflammation
    • Achilles tendonitis
    • tendonitis elbow, knee, wrist, shoulder
  • Various musculoskeletal injuries and postoperative injuries
    • epicondylitis
    • ankle sprain
    • fractures

Painshield against trigeminal neuralgia

Treatment of trigeminal neuralgia with PainShield reduces the dose of medication and eliminates the associated side effects.

The PainShield patch is applied to a bony surface on the face so that ultrasound waves can travel across the entire skull and reach the root of the trigeminal nerve. This can promote healing of the nerve.

The treatment can take place anytime and anywhere, even overnight. It is recommended to use the Painshield for the full six-hour treatment.

The treatment can help avoid trigeminal neuralgia surgery.

Painshield Quick Guide