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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

7 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.

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helelemonie

Reply 7 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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lemoniehele

Reply 7 years ago


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

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lemonieKiteman

Reply 7 years ago


That's electric / electromagnetic.

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Kitemanlemonie

Reply 7 years ago

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

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heleKiteman

Reply 7 years ago

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

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lemoniehele

Reply 7 years ago


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

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helelemonie

Reply 7 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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helelemonie

Reply 7 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

7 years ago

http://www.theinvisiblegorilla.com/

enjoy.

:)