Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy for Treatment of Delayed Tendon-Bone Insertion Healing in a Rabbit Model A Dose-Response Study
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AbstractBackground: Tendon-bone insertion (TBI) consists of both hard and soft tissues. TBI injury with delayed repair is not uncommon. High-dose extracorporeal shockwave (ESW) is effective for treating nonunion fracture, whereas low-dose ESW is used for tendinopathy therapy. The dosing effect of ESW on delayed TBI healing is lacking.
All Author(s) ListChow DHK, Suen PK, Fu LH, Cheung WH, Leung KS, Wong MWN, Qin L
Journal nameAmerican Journal of Sports Medicine
Year2012
Month12
Day1
Volume Number40
Issue Number12
PublisherSAGE PUBLICATIONS INC
Pages2862 - 2871
ISSN0363-5465
eISSN1552-3365
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Keywordsdelayed healing; dosage; energy flux density; extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESW); tendon-bone insertion repair
Web of Science Subject CategoriesOrthopedics; ORTHOPEDICS; Sport Sciences; SPORT SCIENCES

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