Single-channel adsorption-type intermediate frequency therapy massager machine integrates classic waveforms and treatment parameters summarized by medical experts after years of clinical research, providing targeted treatment solutions for different types of cervical spondylosis, frozen shoulder, and lumbar disc herniation, and multiple professional treatments for a single disease, making treatment more comprehensive and effective.
Cervical spondylosis is a disease based on degenerative pathological changes in the cervical spine. Specifically, cervical spondylosis refers to degenerative changes and secondary changes such as intervertebral discs, cervical vertebrae articulations, cartilage, ligaments, muscles, fascia, etc., which stimulate or compress surrounding spinal, nervous, vascular tissues, and cause a series of clinical symptoms and signs, thus also known as cervical syndrome.
From the perspective of daily habits: those who favor lying down to read, watch TV, playing mahjong or online for extended periods of time, or maintain a single position for the head for a long time.
From the perspective of sleeping position: those who have inappropriate pillow height or a history of repeated "torticollis".
From the perspective of occupation: office workers, drivers, teachers, etc. who work with low heads and turn their heads and necks towards a certain direction for a long time.
People with a history of head or neck trauma.
Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a disease characterized by sterile inflammation of the soft tissues surrounding the shoulder joint, resulting in shoulder pain and dysfunction.
From the perspective of daily habits: those with long-term bad posture or posture imbalance, hunchbacks, and those who keep the shoulder area cool.
From the perspective of psychological factors: those who have a history of emotional depression and psychological trauma, are long-term depressed, and are more sensitive to pain.
Those with shoulder-adjacent diseases, such as cervical spondylosis, diaphragmatic diseases, etc.
Lumbar disc herniation, also known as nucleus pulposus hernia (or prolapse) or lumbar intervertebral disc fibrosis, is a common orthopedic disease.
From the perspective of occupation: heavy physical laborers, pure mental laborers, people who have been sitting for a long time, bending over or lifting heavy objects.
From the perspective of age: young and middle-aged people between 20 and 40 years old, mostly men.
From the perspective of physique: people who are excessively obese or frail.
From the perspective of working environment: those who work and live in cold and humid environments.
From the perspective of genetics: people with a family history of lumbar disc herniation.