One of the most common myths regarding soft tissue injuries is that with rest, injuries will heal in just a few weeks with no long-term effects. While this may be the case with minor injuries, many people experience residual and/or chronic symptoms, including persistent pain and a loss of strength, function, flexibility, mobility, reaction time, or balance. These deficits can lead to a cascade of other issues. This is why the rehabilitation community continues to seek to elevate the standard of care, utilizing energy-based modalities to accelerate healing and promote optimal rehabilitation.
In this area, Venus Concept is a leader in innovation. With a focus on energy-based medical technology, our research has led us to the development of RP3 technology, which is the unique combination of three modalities—Multi-Polar Radio Frequency, Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields, and massage—that deliver synergistic benefits for addressing soft tissue injuries and conditions. Available through an easy-to-use, compact, and portable medical device, our soft tissue injury treatments will deliver optimal results for patients alongside low-risk ownership and a higher ROI for you.
An innovative non-invasive system for the treatment of acute and chronic disorders of the musculoskeletal system, such as muscle spasms, back pain, and soft tissue injuries*. It increases tissue temperature and results in pain relief, myorelaxation, increase of local blood circulation, and reduced edema. Venus Heal™ works faster than conventional methods.
INDICATIONS FOR USE:
*Venus Heal™ is licensed by Health Canada and can be used for the treatment of both acute and chronic disorders of the musculoskeletal system, such as muscle spasms, back pain, and soft tissue injuries, and results in effects such as pain relief, myorelaxation, increase of local blood circulation, and edema reduction. In the U.S., Venus Heal™ is cleared by the FDA for the relief of minor muscle aches and pain, relief of muscle spasm, and temporary improvement of local blood circulation. These indications enable the treatment of certain soft tissue injuries and conditions.↩