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Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to penetrate tissues deep in the body and creates a response of heat. Hard tissue accumulations and harmful calcium are broken down by these vibrations and heat. Treatment is applied directly to the painful area with a use of a room-temperature gel which conducts the sound waves. The healing process is sped up by the rise in body temperature, increase in blood flow, massaging of damaged tissues and muscle spasm relaxation.