Sustained acoustic medicine provides proven soft tissue healing via ZetrOZ's patented wearable ultrasound unit.
Sustained acoustic medicine delivered by wearable ultrasound device and topical diclofenac patch reduced patients' pain and improved clinical outcomes beyond traditional patient care.
Displayed the advantages of the sam X1 device as a faster way for patients to repair and recover from soft-tissue injuries before returning to work or play.
The long-duration soft-tissue repair ultrasound device provides healthcare professionals with another proven method of accelerating and enhancing healing.
The device's ease of use permits players to wear sam® for long periods discreetly, allowing athletes to attend class while maintaining 100% treatment compliance during recovery.
The lunch and lecture provided scientific updates on sustained acoustic medicine research in sports medicine, significant product innovations, and the new 2023 Player Performance Package (PPP).
A sam® regimen prioritizes healing beyond the pain to emphasize the importance of returning patients fully back to health to minimize the risk of chronic, recurring injuries.
New clinical research sheds light on the use of sam®, a medical ultrasound device for prescription home use, for pain mitigation in soft tissue injuries.
At a recent conference of professional hockey trainers, ZetrOZ Systems, a leading innovator and inventor of sustained acoustic medicine (sam®) for soft tissue injury healing, presented results of studies indicating the medical device is highly effective at treating the types of injuries hockey players frequently experience.
sam® by Zetroz Systems utilizes high-frequency, low-intensity continuous ultrasound to facilitate the healing of injured musculoskeletal tissue in the home of the patient.
The sustained acoustic medicine treatment reduces the cause of pain, accelerates the healing process, delivers mechanical compression, increases deep circulation, enhances oxygen and nutrient delivery and provides daily therapy multiple hours per day. The technology is proven in over 20 clinical trials supporting the efficacy of treatment.