> > Ultrasound therapy is the use of sound waves above the range of human hearing1 to treat musculoskeletal problems, especially inflammation (tendinitis, bursitis). It is most widely employed by physical therapists, and has been an extremely popular therapy since the 1950s.2 There are many flavours of therapeutic ultrasound, using different intensities and frequencies of sound, but all share the basic principle of “stimulating” tissue with sound waves. Almost everyone seems to assume that ultrasound is proven — good technological medicine — but that just doesn’t seem to be the case. There is a jarring, bizarre lack of research for such a popular therapy.Unfortunately — although there are some interesting exceptions and tantalizing hopes for some conditions — ultrasound is not a promising therapy for most musculoskeletal conditions. There is a jarring, bizarre lack of research for such a popular therapy. What little research is available paints an overwhelmingly bland picture. And the principle of US itself is, at best, much more complicated and unpredictable than most therapists believe. At worst, there is no rational basis for US at all. Ultrasound therapy is almost certainly useful for some patients, some of the time — but it is not a reliable or evidence-based therapy.

Ultrasound therapy

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2018-03-26T11:09:05

Ultrasound therapy is the use of sound waves above the range of human hearing1 to treat musculoskeletal problems, especially inflammation (tendinitis, bursitis). It is most widely employed by physical therapists, and has been an extremely popular therapy since the 1950s.2 There are many flavours of therapeutic ultrasound, using different intensities and frequencies of sound, but all share the basic principle of “stimulating” tissue with sound waves. Almost everyone seems to assume that ultrasound is proven — good technological medicine — but that just doesn’t seem to be the case. There is a jarring, bizarre lack of research for such a popular therapy.Unfortunately — although there are some interesting exceptions and tantalizing hopes for some conditions — ultrasound is not a promising therapy for most musculoskeletal conditions. There is a jarring, bizarre lack of research for such a popular therapy. What little research is available paints an overwhelmingly bland picture. And the principle of US itself is, at best, much more complicated and unpredictable than most therapists believe. At worst, there is no rational basis for US at all. Ultrasound therapy is almost certainly useful for some patients, some of the time — but it is not a reliable or evidence-based therapy.

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