Ceyoka (Pvt) Ltd, a Sri Lankan organization renowned for fostering entrepreneurship and business growth, announced its recent tie up with global leader STORZ MEDICAL AG, a Swiss based company, to introduce a revolutionary new modern, highly effective and non-invasive treatment known as Shock Wave Therapy.
STORZ MEDICAL, pioneers in technological innovations for shock wave therapy, develops state-of-the-art systems offering a wide spectrum of unique benefits and possibilities in non-invasive pain treatment.
The STORZ MEDICAL MASTERPULS MP200 shock wave therapy machine is recognized as the leading high-frequency radial shock wave therapy system available globally. Offering excellent therapeutic possibilities, the MASTERPULS hand-piece is placed over the previously diagnosed pain region and used with various transmitters which produce either shock waves or vibration waves or both.
The transmitters are generally used for the localization and treatment of insertional tendonitis, painful spots and trigger points, for the smoothing and treatment of muscles and connective tissue over large surface areas. Shock waves are repeatedly applied to the injured area; breaking down scar tissue helping to stimulate tissue healing where, in severe cases, the body has been unable to repair itself.
Commenting on the tie up, Thomas Stierle Regional Director Office Line Products / Int. Sales & Marketing said, “Our partnership with Ceyoka, pioneers in introducing new medical technology to Sri Lanka, opens up another strategic avenue for us to reach out to local patients. We have witnessed their commitment in making a vital contribution to curative treatments in Sri Lanka and we are confident that through our growing relationship we can provide patients and clinicians with unique innovations and therapy methods.”
“Through Ceyoka, patients now have access to the most successful and proven Shock Wave Therapy system available today.” said Emmanuel Murugaiah, Head of Surgical, Ceyoka (Pvt) Ltd. “It is a unique treatment where patients can receive help in decreasing pain, enabling faster recovery. It is also beneficial to help alleviate painful symptoms which are particularly persistent and difficult to treat with usual methods, also allowing patients to continue with their normal day after each session,” he noted.
Shock Wave Therapy can be best described as an ‘acoustic pressure wave’. It involves the application of these pressure waves usually by a Physiotherapist into bone or soft tissue, effectively causing a controlled micro trauma to the area and breaking up scar tissue, causing the body to regenerate.
As Shockwave Therapy has been shown to be extremely effective in shortening the treatment period, the non-invasive treatment has quickly become the treatment of choice for professional athletes, helping them return to the playing field faster. This revolutionary treatment is now available at Nawaloka Hospitals.