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Feeling lost in the wave of information?

We’ll break through the noise by explaining the real differences and true benefits of using SoftWave TRT vs Stemwave Modus-F. 

Softwave Tissue Regeneration Technology

ORTHOGOLD 
UROGOLD

VS

stemwave logo

MODUS-F 

SOFTWAVE USES SUPERIOR TECHNOLOGY DESIGNED FOR BETTER OUTCOMES

Plus, SoftWave's service and on-site training means no downtime and more efficiencies. You get a productivity and profitability increasing system producing predictable patient outcomes.

PATENTED APPLICATOR W FLEXIBLE CLEAR MEMBRANE 

SoftWave has a flexible applicator with a clear membrane allowing the provider to see if there are any gas bubbles. (Gas bubbles prevent the energy from reaching the target area.) Stemwave does not have a clear membrane.  

FDA INSPECTED & CLEARED

SoftWave is not only FDA-inspected but also has multiple clearances, while Modus-F (Stemwave) lacks FDA inspection. Numerous FDA-registered firms fail inspections yearly, leaving clients without access to parts or support. Remember, in the U.S., legal sale of medical devices requires FDA approval, assuring product safety and efficacy.

 ON-SITE TRAINING 

SoftWave’s certified trainers provide on-site training, eliminating disruptions to your everyday operations. Our training days double as real patient sessions, turning education into a revenue-generating opportunity for your practice. In addition, we save your clinic time and resources by eliminating the need for off-site travel and accommodation.

PARALLEL WAVE TECHNOLOGY 

SoftWave’s patented parabolic reflector produces a deeper and wider column of acoustic energy utilizing the physics of having a primary and secondary wave of energy for better outcomes. 

Modus-F uses focused technology. Focused technology has been shown to cause microtrauma at high levels. 

TRUSTED, RESEARCHED & RESPECTED 

SoftWave has decades of use in the U.S. It is endorsed and utilized by eminent Key Opinion Leaders in the fields of orthopedics, wound care, urology, and more, as well as from national sports teams and leading academic institutions such as Harvard, UCLA, Cleveland Clinic, etc.  It has 47 patents plus patents pending as well as 30+ active clinical trials and studies.

Modus-F is new to the U.S. market.

SOFTWAVE OFFERS superior QUALITY & CONVENIENCE

INTENTIONAL DESIGN:

SoftWave uses a continuous loop water system fed by a contained water cartridge. This ensures the proper water filtration as each spark produces a gas. 

QUALITY & SAFE:

SoftWave has a specialized service department with highly trained nationally certified technicians. 

CONVENIENT:

SoftWave’s applicator is both lighter and ergonomically designed for comfort. In times of staffing challenges and training costs, SoftWave prioritizes ease of use to retain and support your invaluable team.  

SoftWave’s energy, delivered through a parabolic reflector, penetrates wide and deep, ensuring patient comfort and efficacy with fewer pulses. 

SoftWave can sit on a tabletop and easily integrate into your space. 

VS

Stemwave full device
MANUAL ADJUSTMENTS:

Stemwave Modus-F does not have a water filtration system which means the technician must manually fill the water in the applicator head and manually eliminate the air bubbles as they happen. This happens during treatments which interrupts care and add time for everyone. 

QUALITY & SAFETY ISSUES:

With the Modus-F, the responsibility is on the user to change their own electrodes – mixing electricity and water. Because of this, the Modus-F applicator rusts after a short period of time. This compromises aesthetics and sterility, vital in a healthcare setting.

INCONVENIENT:

The Modus-F applicator is heavier and more cumbersome which is added stress to the user.  

Modus-F’s focused energy delivery can cause more discomfort and potentially less successful tissue targeting due to its converging point of release.

Modus-F is one unit measuring 3 feet high. 

Softwave vs stemwave

Features

  • Technology
  • Wave Type
  • Flexible Applicator Clear Membrane
  • Water De-gas
  • Adjustable electrode tips
  • FDA Clearance
    Activation of connective tissue
  • FDA Clearance
    Treatment of diabetic foot ulcers
  • FDA Clearance
    Improved blood supply
  • FDA Clearance
    Treatment of pain
  • FDA Clearance
    Treatment of acute second-degree burns
  • FDA Inspection
  • Dimensions
  • Weight
  • Convenient size to transport
  • Bench Top Control Counsel
  • Mobile/Portable
  • Prevents Microtrauma

  • U.S. Service Center
  • On-site Training & Certification
  • U.S. Studies
  • U.S. Patents
  • Manufacturing 
  • Years in Business
Softwave device

SoftWave

  • Electrohydraulic
  • Unfocused/Parallel Shockwave
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  • Auto
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  • 8.5 x 15.75 x 18 in
  • 36.5 lbs
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  • 45+Active & Pending
  • Germany
  • 20 years

Softwave vs stemwave

Stemwave* Modus-F

  • Electrohydraulic
  • Focused Shockwave
  • No
  • Manual
  • No
  • No

  • No

  • No

  • No

  • No


  • No
  • 13.78 x 17.71 x 36.61
  • 110 lbs
  • No
  • No
  • No
  • May cause microtrauma
    at high energy levels
  • No
  • No
  • No
  • No
  • Turkey
  • 1 year