STORZ MEDICAL – Literature Databases
STORZ MEDICAL – Literature Databases
Literature Databases
Literature Databases

Live Webinar »Rotator Cuff Lesions: The Diagnosis and Conservative Treatment« on Tuesday, 24 November 2020 · 18:00 – 19:00 (CET).

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The next ESWT live webinar »Rotator Cuff Lesions: The Diagnosis and Conservative Treatment« will be hosted by Prof. Dr Matthias Beck in cooperation with STORZ MEDICAL.

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Construction site progress STORZ MEDIAL Deutschland GmbH

Construction site progress STORZ MEDIAL Deutschland GmbH

Here a short update from the construction site in Jena, Germany. The shell of our new STORZ MEDICAL company building has been completed and the interior finishing work is in progress. We can`t wait to see more.

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Wound Healing: Current Data Demonstrate Efficacy of Shock Wave Therapy

Wound Healing

Shock wave therapy is an acknowledged form of treatment in urology, orthopaedics and cardiology. Wound healing is a relatively new field of application. At a STORZ MEDICAL symposium held in the course of the 17th Annual Congress of the German Wound Healing Society in Bochum, experts presented current data and informed about this promising treatment option.

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SWISS EXPORT AWARD 2020 – and the winner is…

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On 26 October 2020, the annual SWISS EXPORT AWARD Night took place at the Stade de Suisse in Bern, and we were justified in our high hopes, having been selected from a variety of renowned Swiss businesses.

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Quick and easy trigger point localisation using TP-TOOL – A field report by Dr Stephan Swart

TP-TOOL

In the everyday practice of treating orthopaedic and sport-related diseases, not only are suitable conventional medical treatments of great importance, but also quick, precise and simple localisation of the pathological changes in the tissues to be examined, such as connective tissue, fascia, tendon and muscle. In these tissue types, the points and regions to be located are characterised by increased density, increased volume and increased pressure sensitivity, among other factors. Existing localisation options such as manual palpation or elastography are firstly time-consuming and painful, and secondly not commonly used and expensive in terms of equipment.

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