The therapeutic use of ultrasound is widely used in physical medicine for the control of pain and promoting the recovery process. Therapeutic ultrasound is a mechanical sound waves with a frequency of 1 and 3 MHz. The therapeutic effects of ultrasound therapy are related to the effects of the impact of ultrasonic waves on tissues and are expressed as an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, stimulating regeneration, improving microcirculation and metabolism action. Ultrasound therapy is applicable in many sports injuries and diseases (spondylosis, disc herniation, arthrosis, gonarthrosis, periarthritis of shoulder, epicondylitis, tendovaginitis etc.) because of its wide range of indications, safety and good degree of tolerance.