Sep 27, 2018
Reduce Pain and Improve Recovery Through Ultrasound

The best ability an athlete can have, the saying goes, is availability. All the athletic talent in the world means little use if an athlete is injured and unable to play. So athletic trainers are always looking for ways to help their athletes return to full health as quickly as possible.
sam® Sport is the only FDA-cleared wearable-active ultrasound providing multi-hour treatment to accelerate healing of musculoskeletal injuries (muscles, tendons, ligaments) and bone growth for stress-fractures, fractures, and contusions. sam® Sport clinical testing and multiple peer-reviewed medical publications have shown the primary mechanisms of actions to accelerate the healing cascade and reduce pain included accelerated collagen lay-down, increased oxygenated hemoglobin in the muscles, accelerated lactic acid reduction, accelerated capillary development, and increased multi-hour blood-flow. Most injuries and chronic pain treated with sam® Sport have shown benefits or improvements in one to four weeks; depending on the extent of the injury. sam® Sport is also being used by athletes to warm-up musculoskeletal areas prior to practice or a game and/or used for recovery after a practice or game; benefiting from the increased oxygenated hemoglobin in the muscles, accelerated blood-flow, and increased lactic acid reduction. Plus, its small size makes sam® Sport ideal for treating athletes on the road
sam® Sport is covered under insurance for any injured college athletes or professional athletes in the NFL, NBA/G-League, MLB/MiLB, NHL/AHL/ECHL, MLS, WNBA and NWSL. For the general population, sam® Sport is covered under insurance for Workers Comp and No Fault/Personal Injury patients to accelerate recovery and reduce or eliminate the use of prescription opioid-pain medication for their chronic pain. For copies of the peer-reviewed medical publications or additional product information, visit

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