The ArthroDoc unit incorporates therapeutic technologies of low-level laser therapy (LLLT) and extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) to deliver temporary pain relief and condition retardation to the patient, as well as providing remote supervision and safe operation guidance.

To ensure each individual patient receives the correct machine outputs for treatment, the unit relies on an internet connection via a computing device such as a personal computer or smart tablet. The computing device is synchronised to the doctor, practitioner or caretaker’s eHealth cloud server. The patient’s treatment schedules and prescriptions are all controlled and updated remotely by the assigned professional.

While using ArthroDoc the patient is guided by instructional videos synched from the unit and displayed on the computer or tablet. The user applies the assigned pre-set treatment dosage with the handheld applicator and will experience temporary pain relief in the affected skeletal area. By allowing patients to treat themselves in their own homes, ArthroDoc will help ease the congestion of patient flow in clinics as well as lowering expenditure on the health system.

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