Shockwave therapy

Shockwave therapy is used for the treatment of chronic, sub-acute and acute conditions.

It involves sending high-energy acoustic waves to painful spots in the myoskeletal tissue. Compressed air is then used to send the signal further into the tissue. The use of high-energy acoustic waves promotes regeneration and helps to repair bones, tendons and other soft tissues.

Your surgeon may also use acoustic waves with a high-energy peak, which can accelerate cell growth, while providing relief from pain and restoring mobility.

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