How Ultralieve Works

Water test on Ultralieve

Ultralieve generates high frequency sound vibrations that stimulates the skin’s tissue cells. Stimulating the cells can cause the cell walls to become more permeable, allowing the movement of proteins from the blood into the cell. Proteins are the essential building blocks to help tissue cells repair themselves. In the example of a ligament tear, the application of ultrasound can help speed up production of collagen, a protein found in soft tissue.

Ultimately, Ultralieve helps speed up the healing process by aiding in the transport of essential ions and nutrients to the cell in order to repair the body and relieve pain at the source.

Ultralieve uses very high frequency therapeutic ultrasound vibrations that are too high to be felt. The picture shows that when a large drop of water is placed on the Treatment Head, the water will visibly vibrate, demonstrating that the Treatment Head is working.

Helps Cell Rejuvenation

Diagram describing steps

Sound Vibrations

The sound waves emitted by Ultralieve stimulate tissue and cells beneath the skin’s surface.

Rebuilding

Stimulating the cells in this way encourages better transport of the proteins needed for the repair and rebuilding of tissue.

Back To Your Best

Increasing the properties required for tissue repair helps relieve pain to get you back to your best as quickly as possible.

How To Use Ultralieve

Diagram describing steps

Apply the conductive ultrasound gel provided to the treatment area

Select the time and intensity according to the therapy application table included

Move the Ultralieve in a circular motion over the skin’s surface

Use as directed until symptoms are relieved

See Ultralieve in action

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