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Changing the frequency of Ultrasound Massager ? Answered


Is it possible to convert one of those existing portable Ultrasound unit thats use ( 1- 3 mhz ) to lower frequencies i.e.  35 - 350 khz  or build one form scratch ?

thanks

hele


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lemonie
lemonie

10 years ago

You want to interfere with dogs?
I'm not sure you could, as the output is largely tied to the construction of the transducer.

L

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hele
hele

Reply 10 years ago

I want an ultrsound device the like of which only seems avaiable in research to rest / help heal myself.

hele

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lemonie
lemonie

Reply 10 years ago


The people who reckon this range is good (for something) - what do they use? Can you link us somewhere?

L

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lemonie
lemonie

Reply 10 years ago


That's electric / electromagnetic.

L

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Reply 10 years ago

I kn that, and you know that, but woowoo tends to look at one thing and see another.

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hele
hele

Reply 10 years ago

Thats called perception I believe , though I forgot pseudo skeptics didnt have any ..

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lemonie
lemonie

Reply 10 years ago


So what is it that wants healing, and whats/are the precedent(s)?

L

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hele
hele

Reply 10 years ago


There are no particulair precedents other injurie/s that have affected my soft tissue , and in the process my mobility.

Is there a point to your question ?

Why the precedents are important to you or my original idea any way ?









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hele
hele

Reply 10 years ago

Im not sure why Kiteman think this is woowoo Theres quite lot of research backing up Low frequency ultrasound being used to heal and even regenerate teeth ! I wanted it for soft tissue purposes , as I already use 1 mhz ultrasound device and read the lower frequencies are even more effective , capable of going deeper . Any way here are some link .

http://medgadget.com/archives/2007/12/lowfrequency_ultrasound_for_chronic_wounds.html

This is the only commerical LFU device I am aware of but its set one frequency 69 khz I think - i can double check

http://www.nanovibronix.com/Nano/Templates/showpage.asp?DBID=1&LNGID=1&TMID=84&FID=563


and regenerted teeth I mentioned.

http://www.engadget.com/2006/06/30/new-low-intensity-pulsed-ultrasound-device-helps-re-grow-teeth/

Theres plenty more articles on google / pubmed etc too if you feel like looking.

I know 1 mhz unit works for me ( the only electronic gadget that has ) so this is not some leap of faith on my part , I want to see how I respond to lower frequencies at various ranges .

manfred

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hele
hele

10 years ago

http://www.theinvisiblegorilla.com/

enjoy.

:)