The focusing mechanism directs each shock to a specific point in the body. Separate heads can be used to provide the energy depth. Focused shock waves can target deeper tissues more precisely by propagating all of the energy within the tissue. This is why local pain points, chronic insertional tendinopathies, bone stress injuries, and deep trigger points are best treated with focused shock waves. Patients who cannot tolerate radial treatments for acute injuries can also going to benefit from focused shock wave therapy.

Shock wave therapy is a frequently preferred method in the veterinary medicine, neurology, urology, cardiology, sports medicine, dermatology and aesthetics but especially in the fields of orthopedics and physical therapy.

The non–invasive principle of that the system, does not require anesthesia and surgery. The patient can continue his/her daily routine after the session.

Features of the Focused Product

  • Impulses up to 4 Hz and 0.25mJ
  • Head options that provide shock wave transmission with a penetration depth of 0 - 80 mm
  • Power adjustment up to 25 levels
  • Portable, anywhere, anytime treatment
  • Ready-made treatment programs and visual, written and video narrative information (Indications and Pathological Applications Guide)
  • Archive support for the user with patient registration and follow-up menu
  • Ability to change Frequency and Power settings during treatment.
  • The parameters set during the treatment can be easily seen on the device screen and changes can be made during the treatment.
  • Generator and handpiece unit does not require maintenance.

Coloured Touchscreen technology provides easy use.

Features 2 Modes for Patient Treatment


Inwave Focused Device provides you ease of use with its feature of changing FREQUENCY and POWER settings during patient treatment. You can adjust the frequency and power of the device up to 25 levels according to the patient with this feature.

Inwave Focused Handpiece Features

  • In-depth energy delivery to the selected anatomical region
  • Easy and fast use that does not tire the hand;
  • Easy mobility;
  • Maintenance-free handpiece;
  • Head options with easy replacement according to use

Effectiveness Of Shock Wave Therapy

“As shock waves pass through different tissues, some of their energy is transmitted to the tissue and some is reflected. Micro-level changes are seen according to the physical properties of the tissue.” (Sems, Dimeff & Ianotti JP., 2006).

With shock wave therapy, the therapeutic result is easily achieved by transmitting more energy to the tissue.


  • F-50 Head
    Penetration Depths
    20 mm
    30 mm
    50 mm
    70 mm
    Usage Area: Epin Calcanei, Achillodynia, Bone and Stress Fractures, Calcified Tendonitis Of Shoulder, Patellar Type Syndrome...
  • F-60 Head
    Penetration Depths
    30 mm
    40 mm
    60 mm
    Usage Area: Myofascial Trigger Points, Plantar Fasciitis, Bone and Stress Fractures, Epin Calcanei, Patellar Type Syndrome...
  • F-80 Head
    Penetration Depths
    40 mm
    50 mm
    80 mm
    Usage Area: Achillodynia, Bone and Stress Fractures, Calcified Tendonitis Of Shoulders, Patellar Type Syndrome...
  • F-L50 Head
    Penetration Depths
    Effective up to 50 mm
    Usage Area: Achillodynia, Carpal tunnel Syndrome, Chronic Pelvic Pain, Osteitis Pubis-Inguinal Pain, Patellar Type Syndrome...

What is Focused Shockwave Therapy?

There are two types of Shock Waves, Focused Shock Waves and Radial Shock Waves, learn more about the differences here. Focused shock waves have a higher energy density and faster pulse compared to radial devices. Focused shock waves can more precisely target deeper tissues by delivering all their energy within the tissue. Local pain points, chronic insertional tendinopathies, bone stress injuries and deep trigger points are therefore best treated with focused shock waves.

Clinical Advantages of Treatment

  • Higher Energy Output
  • Generally better tolerated with a higher comfort level
  • May offer faster results for some indications
  • Can be used with other treatments
  • Reaches deeper structures

With Inwave Focused Shockwave, chiropractors have the opportunity to shorten treatment times, treat more patients and improve treatment practices.


  • Myofascial Trigger Points
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Calcified Tendonitis Of Shoulders
  • Bursitisstrochanterica
  • Epin Calcanei
  • Patellar Type Syndrome
  • Tibialsyndrome
  • Tennis Andean Golfer's Elbow
  • Achillodynia
  • Bone And Stress Fractures
  • Delayed Bone Nonunion/Bone Healing
  • Knee And Joint Arthritis / Medial Knee OA
  • Osteitis Pubis - Groin Pain
  • Hip Avascular Necrosis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Wound Healing And Other Dermatological And Aesthetic Indications

Higher Energy Output

High Energy Depth

Fast and Effective Treatments


    Find the painful area.

  • 2. SIGN
    Mark the painful area.

  • 3. APPLY GEL
    Apply the gel to combine the shock waves with the tissue.

    While transmitting the s to the painful area with our Radial or Focused Device, apply the applicator firmly to the painful area on the skin.


  • Guarantee effective shock wave treatment
  • Aesthetic and technological design
  • Pathology guide by video monitoring
  • Different application nozzles
  • Maintenance-free Generator and Handpiece unit
  • Low operating cost
  • Unlimited patient registration capacity
  • CE - FDA quality assurance
  • 2 years of manufacturer's warranty
  • Delivery guarantee at the address, including cargo

Which shock wave is better for you? Radial or focused?

Radial shock wave is the most common type of shockwave therapy, used in most clinics. However, Focused shock wave is growing in popularity, due to the increased treatment options, treatment depth, treatment precision and patient comfort in more acute cases.

Focused and Radial shockwaves differ not only in regard to their physical properties and mode of generation, but also in terms of the magnitude of the standard parameters (pressure amplitude, pulse duration, impact) used and the therapeutic tissue penetration depths achieved.

According to usage and treatment needs, the doctor needs to prefer the right device. Orthopaedists, Physiotherapists and Urologists are using both devices but Focused ESWT devices’ effectivity is higher than Radial models, nevertheless Orthopaedists and Physiotherapists are mostly using radial models because of the economical price.

Inwave Medical produces both Focused & Radial model ESWT devices, and as urologist are preferring focused devices for the treatment of diseases like Erectile Dysnfunction and peyronie’s disease, radial devices are most succesful for applications in orthopedy such as achilles tendon, bone fracture treatment, plantar fasciitis. Device principle choice is completely depending on the doctor preference.

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