The MEDRAY Acoustice Wave – Part of the MEDRAY Therapy System

Part Of The Medray Therapy SystemMEDRAY Acoustic Wave is a non-surgical therapy that uses a stream of pulsed sound waves which have a much deeper and faster affect than traditional therapies such as ultra sound.  Acoustic wave breaks up old scar tissue and promotes blood flow back to the affected area. Patients may experience immediate pain relief but the final healing response usually requires 6-8 weeks.

MEDRAY Acoustic Wave is an FDA-approved, state-of-the art acoustic wave machine that not only offers increased versatility through accepted preset protocols, but allows practitioners to modify treatments to suite the patients needs.

This breakthrough treatment is revolutionary. MEDRAY Acoustic Wave treatments fills the gaps for those that have not responded to standard pain relief therapies. It is helpful for new and old injuries.  MEDRAY Acoustive Wave therapy can prevent injuries for athletes and active individuals as well.   

When you combine therapy from both a MEDRAY Class IV Laser and the MEDRAY Acoustic Wave, you have one of the biggest “one-two punches” knock out both chronic and acute pain.


The MEDRAY Acoustic Wave comes complete with full treatment presets for nearly every condition.  Practitioners can modify Hz (pulses per second) as well as the actual strength of the wave by not only increasing the power level, but by choosing either C or P when they start.  C is a gentler treatment to start, while the P setting begins with more power.

One of the best features of the MEDRAY

 Acoustic Wave is that all functions can be controlled through the hand emitter.  There are no foot pedals or constantly having to use the touch screen to make changes to your treatment protocols.  This is a fabulous feature that only the most expensive of therapeutic acoustic wave machines offer.1

The complete Medray Therapy System is fully priced at only $5,995 and even includes a FREE therapy cart!


  • Alleviation of musculoskeletal pain
  • Improves mobility
  • Non-invasive
  • Reduces the need for pain medication
  • May provide fast  pain relief
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Short therapy time of approx. 10-20 min.
  • Patient-guided focused therapy
  • New blood vessel formation
  • Reversal of chronic inflammation
  • Release of trigger points
  • Decrease pain mediator P substance
  • Stimulation of collagen production
  • Dissolution of calcified fibroblast