NanoVibronix announced the launch of PainShield MD, a hands-free, patch-based ultrasound device for the treatment of pain and soft tissue healing.
The PainShield MD has a disposable patch connected to a portable reusable driver that sends ultrasound waves to the target area of the body.
According to the company, use of PainShield has shown to accelerate wound healing and can be worn while awake or during sleep.
The portable device was designed to treat local pain including trigeminal neuralgia, chronic pelvic pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, musculoskeletal disorders, and postoperative pain.
Each PainShield kit contains four therapeutic patches and is battery powered.
This article originally appeared on MPR
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