Pulsed Acoustic Cellular Expression (PACE) is a proprietary form of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Technology (ESWT) that utilizes high-energy acoustic pressure waves in the shock wave spectrum created through an electrohydraulic method. The PACE device consists of a console and applicator.
PACE Energy Causes Mechanical Stresses on Cells
Shock waves are characterized by a high pressure amplitude (510 bar), rapid rise time (<33ns) and short life cycle (2 – 8µs). Their frequency spectrum ranges from the audible to the ultrasonic region (16Hz – 20MHz).