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Garfield Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave therapy is a non-surgical treatment that is widely used in physical therapy, by transmitting pulses via a probe through the patient’s skin. Shockwave treatment is suitable for our locals in Garfield seeking pain relief treatment as it is a non-invasive alternative to cortisone or surgery, and as such there is no risk of infection or other more serious complications. Shockwave therapy also has been proven to result in a higher success rate – with 4 out of 5 seeing positive results. Our clinic provides Shockwave Therapy near Garfield which may help with a range of musculoskeletal conditions, particularly more chronic conditions.

Unlike other clinics we don’t charge extra for shockwave therapy, it can be included as part of your osteopathy treatment.

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At our clinic near Bunyip we offer Shockwave therapy. The shock waves generated are quick pulses, similar to sounds waves that are transmitted through the skin. Shockwave Therapy works by increasing blood circulation and speeds up the healing process through stem cell activation – reducing pain over time.

Shockwave Therapy near Garfield is generally used to assist with pain relief and may treat a range of tendon, muscle, and joint conditions. With every appointment, we strive to get you better results each time. Our team take the time to listen and understand your concerns, then test and diagnose so we can identify and treat the underlying cause of your condition.

Our shockwave therapists near Garfield explain things in simple terms and treat you like a VIP to ensure you’re getting the best care and service at all times. Contact us to find out more about the shockwave treatments we provide to clients from Garfield and how we can help you.


  • Back pain / Back injury
  • Low Back pain / Low Back injury
  • Shoulder pain / Shoulder injury
  • Arm pain / Arm injury
  • Elbow pain / Elbow injury
  • Wrist pain / Wrist injury
  • Hand pain / Hand injury
  • Leg pain / Leg injury
  • Hip pain / Hip injury
  • Knee pain / Knee injury
  • Ankle pain / Ankle injury
  • Foot pain / Foot injury
  • Pain management
  • Frozen shoulder 
  • Tennis elbow 
  • Golfer’s elbow
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Gluteal tendinopathy
  • Achilles tendinopathy
  • Patella tendinopathy
  • Muscle impingement
  • Chronic ligament sprain / strain / tear
  • Chronic bursitis
  • Arthritis / Osteoarthritis
  • Injury rehabilitation
  • Degeneration joints
  • Heel spurs
  • Compartment syndrome
  • Tendonopathy
  • Epicondylosis
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Sports injuries
  • Repetitive stress injury (RSI)
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome 
  • Joint pain 
  • Trigger points
Pakenham Osteopathy Team MAY 2024


A type of therapy that involves the use of a shockwave device, may help with joint, ligament, and tendon pain. It is carried out with a hand-held applicator probe that comes into direct contact with the skin and delivers strong shocks capable of breaking down tissue.

According to reports, shockwave therapy has an 80 percent probability of working, making it a more successful cure than surgery or medicine.

It could take a few days to weeks for apparent effects to appear after shockwave therapy treatment. In order for the shockwave therapy to be effective in treating pain, it must be administered three to five times at one-week intervals.

It’s feasible to observe how shockwave therapy can give fast and long-term relief in the case of one client, who claims that his or her pain vanished immediately after treatment. However, more significant or persistent discomfort might need longer therapy durations in order for the body to heal correctly.

Micro-needling has been shown to improve muscle, tendon, and ligament healing as well as increase blood flow.

Shockwave therapy is a non-surgical procedure that may be used to treat a variety of ailments, including plantar fasciitis, hamstring strains, achilles tendonitis, gluteal and patella tendinopathy, shin splints, arthritis, and other health conditions.

If you’re searching for shockwave therapy in your area, Pakenham Osteopathy can help. Our trained team of osteopaths may assist you with shockwave treatment and get you feeling better quicker. Alternatively, if shockwave isn’t appropriate for you, check out our other services such as dry needling and osteopathy, or call 5941 4157 to let us find the right treatment for your needs.

Dr Shane Peace
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