Softwave Tissue Regeneration Technology
New to Stucky!
Introducing the Softwave Tissue Regeneration Technology, as seen and nick named The “Stem Cell Machine” by the nationally syndicated show The Doctors! This is the first and only FDA 510(k) cleared and registered device in the Chippewa Valley for tissue regeneration!
SoftWave OrthoGold100® is a product of SWTRT using patented technology to reach an affected area at the cellular level to successfully turn on the body’s natural healing process in a way that increases blood supply, modulates inflammation, and stimulates and activates resident stem cells to repair and regenerate the tissue. The SWTRT, highly effective treatment whereby high-energy sound waves are applied to injured, degenerated and/or painful areas of the body to dramatically reduce pain and increase mobility and function. The treatment accelerates the healing process in the body by stimulating the metabolism and enhancing blood circulation and cellular repair to regenerate damaged tissue. The healing energy wave created by “The Stem Cell Machine” penetrates tissues and stimulates stem cells and growth factors in the body that are responsible for muscle and connective tissue healing.
The procedure averages 10-15 minutes but may be longer depending on treatment area and diagnosis. A gel is applied to the surface area to be treated. The
applicator produces pulses as the clinician moves around the treatment area.
SWTRT technology is used worldwide in the healthcare fields of orthopedics, traumatology, wound care, aesthetics and urology.
SoftWave uses patented technology to reach an injured area at the cellular level to successfully turn on the body’s natural healing process. The ingenious device:
- Increases blood flow
- Decreases inflammation
- Stimulates and activates resident stem cells
- Repairs, remodels and regenerates tissue
- Accelerates wound healing
- Induces antibacterial effect
- Reduces acute and chronic pain
SWTRT technology is being utilized by leading research and medical centers as well as professional sport organizations such as:
- Cleveland Clinic
- University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
- University of California San Francisco
- Baylor Medical Center
- Northwestern University Hospital
- Shepherd Center
- Pittsburgh Steelers
- Los Angeles Lakers
- New York Knicks
- Brooklyn Nets
- Cleveland Indians
- Chicago Cubs
Check out this video from the TV show “The Doctors” as they discuss this Softwave Tissue Regeneration Technology!