Enraf-Academy Introduction Note

  • Users of Enraf-Nonius treatment devices must be trained in how to use the system properly and have the appropriate skills.
  • Any treatment instructions regarding treatment location, duration and strength require medical knowledge and should only be given by authorised doctors, therapists and health professionals. It is imperative that these instructions are followed.
  • Before using Enraf-Nonius equipment, read, understand and practice the instructions for use. Know the limitations and hazards associated with using the device. Also observe the precautionary and operational decals placed on the unit.

StatUS Therapy - Hands free ultrasound: simple, safe and efficient

StatUS™ is Stationary UltraSound.

It is the most exciting and innovative product for the physiotherapeutical use of ultrasound, developed by Enraf-Nonius.

Did you ever think how ideal it would be if you could conduct your ultrasound treatments without having to sit with the patient, moving the treatment head over the injured tissue? And wouldn’t it be great if you could really transmit ultrasound energy right there where you need it and only there! This is no longer a dream, Stationary UltraSound (StatUS™) makes it possible! Not only is this treatment more beneficial to your patients, but it also saves you time in order to conduct other activities. Imagine the significant cost savings in the future!

We trust that StatUS™ will intrigue you too and for this we have created the website www.enraf-nonius.com/StatUS where you can find even more detailed information on the product and the therapy. Enjoy StatUS™, the innovative, unique hands free ultrasound!


Sonopuls StatUS Therapy

Sonopuls StatUSTM Therapy described in the StatUSTM Therapy Guide. This guide contains:

  • A full theoretical explanation of ultrasound therapy
  • An explanation of Static Ultrasound
  • A full description of the practical use of StatUS therapy
  • A full description of 52 protocols
  • All protocols include a literature references (evidence based protocols) !!

The therapy guide is currently available in the English and German language.

StatUS therapy guide 2016 Click here to download the therapy guide

In this booklet the following protocols are incorporated:

Protocol 1 Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD)
Protocol 2  Cervical Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Protocol 3 Hypertonic Trapezius Muscle, upper part
Protocol 4 Supraspinatus Tendinitis
Protocol 5 Triggerpoints Supraspinatus Muscle
Protocol 6 Subacromial Bursitis
Protocol 7 Subdeltoid Bursitis
Protocol 8 Biceps Brachii Tendinitis, caput longum
Protocol 9 Biceps Brachii Calcification, caput longum
Protocol 10 M. Biceps Brachii, Rupture
Protocol 11 Myositis Ossificans
Protocol 12 Lateral Epicondylitis, Type I
Protocol 13 Lateral Epicondylitis, Type II
Protocol 14 Lateral Epicondylitis, Type III
Protocol 15 Lateral Epicondylitis, Type IV
Protocol 16 Medial Epicondylitis Humeri
Protocol 17 Pronator Teres Muscle Syndrome
Protocol 18 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Protocol 19 Wrist Fracture (LIPUS)
Protocol 20 Dupuytren’s Contracture (grades 1 and 2)
Protocol 21 Triggerpoints in Rhomboid Muscle, upper and lower part
Protocol 22 Erector Spinae Muscle, Strain Injury
Protocol 23 Quadratus Lumborum Muscle Myalgia
Protocol 24 Degenerative Disc Disease
Protocol 25 Sciatic Neuralgia (radicular origin)
Protocol 26 Abdominal Muscle, Partial Rupture
Protocol 27 Piriformis Muscle Syndrome, Entrapment Neuropathy
Protocol 28 Trochantor Major Bursitis
Protocol 29 Tensor Fasciae Latae Syndrome
Protocol 30 Haematoma
Protocol 31 Quadriceps Femoris Muscle Contusion
Protocol 32 Adductor Muscle Syndrome
Protocol 33 Hamstring Muscles, partial rupture
Protocol 34 Knee Osteoarthritis
Protocol 35 Knee Synovitis / Capsulitis
Protocol 36 Collateral Ligament Strain Injury, lateral / medial
Protocol 37 Meniscus Lesion
Protocol 38 Patella Tendinitis
Protocol 39 Iliotibial Band Syndrome
Protocol 40 Pes Anserinus, Insertion Tendinitis
Protocol 41 Corpus Hoffa Inflammation (Hoffitis)
Protocol 42 Baker’s Cyst
Protocol 43 Partial Rupture M Gastrocnemius, medial part
Protocol 44 Tibial Stress Fracture
Protocol 45 Shin Splints
Protocol 46 Compartment Syndrome
Protocol 47 Ankle Joint Strain Injury (Anterior Talofibular Ligament)
Protocol 48 Talocrural Arthrosis
Protocol 49 Achilles Tendon, Partial Rupture
Protocol 50 Subtalar Arthrosis
Protocol 51 Plantar Fasciitis
Protocol 52 Morton’s Neuralgia

Enraf-Nonius StatUS Therapy Equipment



Sonopuls 492 (optional StatUS™ Pack 400)
Complete, easy-to-use, fast and the responsible choice for ultrasound therapy! Can be extended with Hands-Free ultrasound therapy!
Leaflet Manual Youtube


Sonopuls 492 VM (optional StatUS™ Pack 400)
Complete, easy-to-use, fast and the responsible choice for ultrasound therapy! Can be extended with Hands-Free ultrasound therapy!
Leaflet Manual Youtube


Sonopuls 190 with StatUS Pack™ 100
Hands-Free ultrasound therapy
Leaflet Manual Youtube


Sonopuls 490
Complete, easy-to-use, fast and the responsible choice for ultrasound therapy!
Leaflet Manual Youtube


Sonopuls 190
Ultrasound therapy- fast and easy
Leaflet Manual Youtube


Sonopuls 190 VM
Ultrasound therapy- fast and easy
Leaflet Manual Youtube

StatUS Therapy Indications and Contra-Indications

As StatUS therapy is a form of ultrasound therapy the indications and contra-indications are the same.

Indications Ultrasound

  • Ultrasound is indicated for conditions that benefit from the application of deep heat: relief of pain, muscle spasms and joint contractures. The objective of therapeutic ultrasound in the treatment of selected medical conditions associated with the chronic and sub chronic conditions of bursitis/capsulitis, epicondylitis, ligament sprains, tendinitis, scar tissue healing and muscle strain, is to reduce pain.

Contra-indications Ultrasound

  • The established contra-indications to heat therapy itself
  • In an area of the body where a malignancy is known to be present
  • Over or near bone growth centers until bone growth is complete
  • Over the thoracic area if the patient is using a cardiac pacemaker
  • Over a healing fracture
  • Over ischemic tissues in individuals with vascular disease where the blood supply would be unable to follow the increase in metabolic demand and tissue necrosis might result
  • In the presence of metal implants of any type
  • Patients with sensory loss on the area to be treated
  • The gonads or to the developing fetus
  • The heart
  • The brains
  • The testicles
  • The eyes
  • Ultrasound should not be used on unconscious patients

Please consult the Instructions for Use for more information on indications and contra-indications and for warnings and recommendations.

The above indications and contra-indications originated from the 6-Series_User_Manual_1600751_4B_EN.

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