In diabetic ulcers, the healing process is impaired typically at the inflammation and proliferation stages of wound healing. This is due in part to elevated blood glucose levels, and prevents the skin from healing and closing around the wound.
The use of defocused shockwave kickstarts the process of wound healing, activating fibroblasts, rebuilding skin, and promoting blood perfusion at the wound site.
Find out more about the other types of shockwave therapy, such as focused shockwave and radial shockwave.
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