BTL-6000 TR-Therapy transmits radiofrequency waves through tissues, creating selective overheating. The most common indications are local muscle contractures, trigger points, muscle and tendon disorders, spinal complaints, both cervical, thoracic and lumbosacral. In addition, the therapy is excellent for injuries and associated swelling. Combining the therapist’s manual skills with the BTL-6000 TR-Therapy makes this form of therapy modern and comprehensive, while providing immediate results.
BTL-6000 TR-Therapy transmits radiofrequency waves through tissues, creating selective overheating. The therapy’s effects of immediate pain relief, muscle relaxation, reduced swelling and accelerated tissue regeneration have been scientifically proven.
Galileo’s principles are based on the natural motion of human gait. Galileo’s side-changing, swing-like motion of varying amplitude and frequency stimulates a sequence of movements reminiscent of human walking. The rapid movement of the training platform causes the pelvis to tilt – similar to walking, but much more frequent. The body responds with compensation: rhythmic muscle contractions, alternating between the left and right sides of the body.
The precise action of Targeted Radiofrequency Therapy on hypertonic muscle fibers induces their immediate relaxation. The effect of myorelaxation is based primarily on vasodilation of blood vessels, which occurs already during the treatment and is responsible for greater supply of nutrients to the tissues.
Improved local tissue metabolism is a natural and important result of Targeted Radiofrequency Therapy. It leads to accelerated soft tissue regeneration and faster removal of metabolic products.
The walls of the arterioles are enlarged and the precapillaries are relaxed, so the local blood supply is increased. This leads to improved lymphatic circulation and subsequent reduction of swelling.
Targeted Radiofrequency Therapy, combined with soft tissue therapy techniques, enhances therapeutic effects by improving blood flow and nutrients in the tissues being treated. This combination, used to relax muscle tension, provides faster and more effective results.
Targeted Radiofrequency Therapy helps relieve trigger points and muscle contractures, enabling the recovery of full range of motion in a joint. For example, the use of the therapy in combination with passive stretching of shortened structures leads to an improvement in their quality and flexibility, resulting in an increase in the range of motion of the segment in question.
The combination of Targeted Radiofrequency Therapy with isotonic or isometric muscle contraction concentrates the effect of hyperthermia in the area of working muscles. The delivered radiofrequency energy facilitates their work while reducing dysfunctional compensation of individual muscle fibers.