Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Laser therapy can be combined very effectively with PRP injections to achieve even better results: 

PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma)

Centrifugation is an easy and safe way to obtain PRP (platelet-rich or thrombocyte-rich plasma) from the patient's whole blood which is then re-injected into joints, muscle tissue, tendon tissue or into the skin. 

Thrombocytes contain a large amount of different growth factors and anti-inflammatory cytokines which have regenerating effects on the tissue and promote cell growth.

Areas of application 


  • Arthrosis
  • Cartilage defects
  • 'Frozen Shoulder'
  • Spinal Syndroms


Sports Medicine:

  • Tendinopathies: Patellar tendonitis, Achilles tendonitis, Tendon lesions, Tennis elbow
  • Torn muscle fibers
  • Torn ligaments
  • Fractures
  • Wound healing


Aesthetic Medicine:

  • Anti-Aging: Reduction of wrinkles in the face, neck and décolleté, volume build-up
  • Dry skin
  • Stretch marks
  • (Acne) Scars
  • Hair loss

PRP and Laser 

PRP treatments can be combined very successfully with (interstitial and intra-articular) laser therapy to utilize the regenerative effects of laser irradiation and thus achieve better treatment results. The direct irradiation 'from inside' stimulates cellular activity and the regeneration of tissue. 

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Therapeutic Ultrasound

Therapeutic ultrasound operates at frequencies between 1 and 3 MHz in continuous or pulsed mode. 

Thermal effects

Thermal effects occur primarily in continuous mode. They are a result of sound absorption by the tissue. 
Heat develops mainly at boundary layers, i.e., at transition areas between skin, adipose tissue and bones. These reflect sound waves stronger than the surrounding tissue. The body responds to this stimulus by pumping fresh blood to the heated areas to cool them down. The stimulation of blood circulation and the warming effects in deep tissue layers result in pain relief and muscle relaxation. 

Mechanical effects

Mechanical effects can be achieved in pulsed mode. Due to sound pressure, molecules in the sonicated tissue experience vibrations and accelerations which have the effect of a high-frequency vibration massage. 
Stiff joints and tense muscles can be relaxed by the vibration of sound waves. These vibrations form cavitation bubbles in the body tissue which dissolve locally inflamed and hardened tissue structures. 

Thermal and mechanical effects also improve the cell permeability of calcium and sodium ions, causing physiological changes and a stimulation of metabolic and self-healing processes. 

Areas of application 


  • Degenerative rheumatologic joint diseases (rheumatism, arthrosis, arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis)
  • Calcifications
  • Sprains (distortions)
  • Fractures



  • Chronic muscle pain (myalgia)
  • Muscle distortions, torn muscle fibers
  • Muscle tension, muscle hardening
  • Tennis / golfer's elbow



  • Tendon pain and injuries (tendinopathy) 
  • Nerve and tendon irritations
  • Tendonitis
  • Contractures



  • Tissue adhesions
  • Painful scars
  • Dermatological diseases (scleroderma, keloids)
  • Bursitis
  • Bruises
  • Swelling



  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Sciatica
  • Lumbago

Ultrasound and Laser 

Since the photosensitizers used for PDT (Photodynamic Therapy) can also be stimulated by ultrasound waves, it is advisable to combine these two therapies. 

Ultrasound waves can cause cavitation effects to make cell walls more permeable.

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Sonodynamic Cancer Therapy 

Treatment of a neck tumor with low-power ultrasound (Frequency: 1 MHz, Intensity: 2 W/cm², Duration: 15 mins.) in combination with indocyanine green (ICG) as sonosensitizer.

Shockwave Therapy

Shockwaves are acoustic waves with high energy peak. They are targeted to aching bones and muscle tissue. The released energy promotes endogenous repair mechanisms to support the regeneration of damaged tissue. Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive method for a variety of (chronic) musculoskeletal diseases and tendinopathy. 

Areas of application  

Orthopedics and Rehabilitation Medicine 

  • Tennis and golfer's elbow
  • Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS)
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Tibial Syndrome
  • Rotator cuff tendinitis
  • Patellar tendinopathy
  • Torn muscle fiber
  • Myositis
  • Osteoarthritis of the fingers or the thumb saddle joint
  • Rheumatic diseases
  • Tendinitis
  • Plantar faciitis
  • Heel spur
  • Bursitis
  • Achilles Tendinitis
  • Trigger Points
  • Spinal syndromes
  • Tension headache, migraine

Aesthetic Medicine

  • Metabolic disorders (cellulite, saddlebags)
  • Scar Treatment
  • Treatment of stretch marks

Shockwaves and Laser 

In PDT shockwaves support the ability of the photo-/sonosensitizer to accumulate in the tissue. 

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