Confusion in the marketplace

One letter makes all the difference!
SoftWave and Sofwave may have similar names, but it is crucial to understand that they are not the same and should not be confused with one another. These two systems employ completely different technologies with different distinct purposes.

SoftWave Tissue Regeneration Technologies: Harnessing Shockwave Power for Healing

SoftWave Tissue Regeneration Technologies utilizes electrohydraulic acoustic shockwave technology, accompanied by a patented parabolic reflector applicator. This groundbreaking approach revolutionizes healing by stimulating the body’s natural regenerative processes at a cellular level. SoftWave focuses on tissue healing and regeneration for orthopedic indications, musculoskeletal conditions, urological indications, sexual health, pelvic health, diabetic foot ulcers, chronic wounds, and burns. Its primary goal is to enhance biological responses, promote accelerated recovery, and pain relief. It is successful when used for aesthetics.

Sofwave: Uses Ultrasound for Skin Rejuvenation

In contrast, Sofwave utilizes SUPERB™ (Synchronous Ultrasound Parallel Beam) technology, which uses ultrasound to stimulate the production of new collagen and elastin fibers in the skin. Sofwave primarily focuses on aesthetic treatments, aiming to improve skin quality and promote collagen remodeling. It specifically targets areas such as the neck, brow, and under the chin, while also offering FDA clearance for short-term cellulite improvement.

The letter T is key


SoftWave uses the superior physics of acoustic electrohydraulic shockwave energy which enables wide and deep cellular response. Sofwave is limited to ultrasound energy which is lower energy and shallow penetration.


SoftWave uses a patented applicator with a flexible silicon membrane that comfortably conforms to body ensuring all energy reaches the skin. Sofwave uses a hard, plastic inflexible small applicator head.


SoftWave caters to the whole body for a wide range of conditions dedicated to tissue healing and regeneration while Sofwave is limited to remodeling collagen.

Contact SoftWave to learn more about how better physics and better design equals better outcomes for you and your patients