Shockwave Sound Wave Therapy
Safe, Non-Invasive, Non-Surgical Treatment For Chronic, Hard-to-Treat Conditions
When other therapies such as corticosteroids and conventional physiotherapy fail, Sound Wave Therapy provides highly efficient results. It is a safe, non-invasive, and rapid method for treating resistant or non-responsive injuries.
Treats Symptoms From
- Plantar fasciitis
- Knee pain
- Lower back pain
- Tennis elbow
- Golf elbow
- Shoulder pain
- Chronic neck and back pain
- Myofascial trigger points
- And More.........
Medical Effects May Include
- New blood vessel formation
- Reversal of Chronic Inflammation
- Stimulation of Collagen Production
- Dissolution of Calcified Fribroblasts
- Dispersion of Pain Mediator Substance P
- Release of Trigger Points
Studies suggest up to 80%
Low to High Energy Levels
Treats different severity levels
Easy to move room to room
Simple Installation & Maintenance
Comes ready to treat
Wide Variety of Indications
Treats From Head to Toes
Low System Maintenance Cost
Only 3 Settings, Technician can operate
Benefits to Your Clinic
- Short treatment time (only 5 minutes)
- Easy to operate, Technician driven
- Fast return on investment
- High success rate
- Broad range of conditions
Benefits to Your Patients
- Pain Reduction and
- Pain Relief
- No Medication
- High Success Rate
- Minimal Side Effects
- No Down Time
Shock wave therapy for recalcitrant plantar fasciitis with heel spur: a prospective randomized placebo-controlled double-blind study
Z Orthop Ihre Grenzgeb 2002 Sep-Oct;140(5):548-54 [Article in German]
Abt T, Hopfenmuller W, Mellerowicz H. Fachbereich Humanmedizin, Freie Universitat Berlin.
Results: In the ESWT group, 88% were pain free or had good results. In the placebo group, 0% of the placebo group were pain-free and 33% had good results.
Conclusion: The results of this study corroborate the value of ESWT for recalcitrant plantar fasciitis. As a non invasive technique with low side effects, it can complement the row of conservative treatments.
Shockwave treatment of therapy refractory soft tissue pain
AUTHORS: Boxberg W; Perlick L; Giebel G
AUTHOR AFFILIATION: Abteilung fur Unfall- und Wiederherstellungschirurgie, Kreiskrankenhaus Ludenscheid.
SOURCE: Chirurg 1996 Nov;67(11):1174-8
Conclusion: The results show the benefit of (shockwave therapy) in the treatment of chronic soft-tissue disorders without severe side effects. Forty-seven of 84 (56%) of the patients obtained complete relief; 24 patients (29%) showed a marked reduction in their complaints. 85% had complete or marked improvement. In only 13 of 84 (15%) cases was the treatment unsuccessful.
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