PiezoWave2 Myofascial Acoustic Compression Therapy (MyAct)

Richard Wolf

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Introducing the Piezowave2 and Myofascial Acoustic Compression

Therapy (MyAct) with aptitude to pinpoint the pain and treat

at the source

Focusing in on pain

Mechanical stimuli affects almost all the cellular functions of living tissue such as growth, cell differentiation, cell migration, protein synthesis, physiological apoptosis and tissue necrosis. The acoustic waves generated by the PiezoWave2 converge at a point deep within the soft tissue to produce an intense, extremely short duration compression burst. This focused acoustic compression force is translated to the surrounding tissue like an extremely precise deep tissue massage. The precise targeting of tissue with acoustic compression provides healthcare professionals with a tool to positively influence cellular form and function, which can result in pain relief and improved circulation.1,2,3


Myofascial Acoustic Compression Therapy (MyACT)™
A sound, adjunctive approach 
to treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries


  • MyACT improves range of motion by eliminating adhesions

  • MyACT improves circulation, alleviates pain and muscle tightness, and promotes healing

  • MyACT helps your patients return to more normal daily activities

  • Patient satisfaction influences referrals and your reputation as a provider of effective therapies

Unparalleled control over energy delivery, treatment depth and treatment location

  • MyACT is focused deep within tissue to deliver the greatest

    amount of energy exactly at the point of injury

  • MyACT’s focal point is adjustable to seven different depth levels

  • Eighteen output intensity settings provide a controlled application of energy

  • Targeting MyACT at varying depths to compress and manipulate tissue results in a focused and precise deep tissue massage

  • MyACT flares the patient’s familiar pain confirming the area that requires treatment

Myofascial Acoustic Compression Therapy puts cells into motion

  • Years of research have shown that mechanical forces, including tension and compression, greatly influence various cellular functions such as gene expression, cell proliferation and differentiation, and secretion of matrix proteins.1,2,3

  • Cells also use mechanotransduction mechanisms to convert mechanical signals into a cascade of cellular and molecular events.1,2,3

  • Tenocytes in tendons, fibroblasts in ligaments and skin, osteocytes in bone, chondrocytes in articular cartilage, and endothelial cells in blood vessels are mechanosensitive and respond to mechanical forces.1,2,3

  • Myofascial Acoustic Compression Therapy’s influence as a pin-pointed delivery of mechanical stimulus can result biochemical events that lead to increased circulation and pain relief – key components in the healing process.1,2,3


Financing available from $480-666/month. 

1. Ingber D E. Mechanobiology and diseases of mechanotransduction. Annals of Medicine 2003; 35: 1 – 14
2. Wang JHC, Li B. Mechanics rules cell biology. Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy, Rehabilitation, Therapy & Technology 2010, 2:16
3. Neuland H G, Duchstein H J. Manifestation Pattern of the Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy using mechanotransduction Orthopädische Praxis 2006; 42, 4

PiezoWave2 Myofascial Acoustic Compression Therapy by Richard Wolf.