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2016-2017

ABSTRACT

A clinical trial evaluating the effectiveness, safety and patient tolerance for the use of Intense Therapeutic Ultrasound (ITU) for chronic, Plantar Fasciitis musculoskeletal tissue pain reduction began in August 2016 and was completed in April 2017. The clinical setting: University Foot and Ankle Institute, Santa Monica, California, USA; Single-Blinded, pivotal study for chronic plantar fasciitis. Detailed Description Intense Therapeutic Ultrasound (ITU) is an established ultrasound based therapy in which sound waves are concentrated and focused into selected musculoskeletal tissue, to produce selective thermal coagulative changes over a small controlled area while leaving the surrounding tissue unaffected. These coagulative changes are known to begin the body's tissue response cascade and promote collagen generation in the targeted anatomy resulting in pain reduction. More... »

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https://clinicaltrials.gov/show/NCT03254602

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