STATIC & DYNAMIC TREATMENT COMBINATION
Often, a treatment area is not homogeneous, and pain is not evenly present in the treatment area either. Trigger or pain points might or might not lie within the painful area or area to be treated. Trigger points and pain points are typically treated statically while other areas are treated dynamically.
With combined treatment, care should be taken to ensure that static therapy is initially applied to pain and trigger points. Extensive treatment can then be continued with dynamic application.
For static treatments, use of the large applicator is recommended. It is mounted onto the applicator arm.
Pain points and trigger points for static treatment are initially palpated. The treatment is then administered by selecting the appropriate power output. Every pain point or trigger point is treated.
For dynamic treatments, use of the medium applicator is recommended. No direct skin contact is needed.
Pain or treatment zones are initially palpated. The treatment is then administered by selecting the appropriate power output. Make sure the whole treatment zone is treated.