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MORE ABOUT SHOCKWAVE THERAPY
Radial shockwave therapy uses high pressured acoustic shockwaves that travel through the skin to break down targeted tissue and stimulate tissue repair. Essentially it kick-starts the body’s natural healing mechanisms by increasing circulation to a chronically injured site which in turn speeds up the healing process¹.
Shockwave therapy can be used where previous conservative management has failed to resolve notoriously stubborn complaints.
HOW SOON WILL I SEE RESULTS WITH SHOCKWAVE THERAPY?
Patients may experience pain reduction and a greater range of movement immediately after the procedure. This is can be temporary, however real results are seen after a few days when the injury begins to heal. Depending on your condition, healing can take weeks, however pain relief usually precedes this.
HOW DOES SHOCKWAVE THERAPY WORK?
- Increasing circulation
- Breaking down calcification deposits
- Stimulating fibroblast (soft tissue cells) production – healing ligaments, tendons, muscles…
- Stimulating osteoblast (bone cells) production – healing bone
- Stimulating the “gate-control” mechanism for pain relief
- Inhibiting Cox II Enzyme, producing an anti-inflammatory effect
WHAT DOES A SHOCKWAVE THERAPY SESSION INVOLVE?
Radial shockwave therapy is a non-surgical procedure. A contact gel is applied to the area, then a hand held probe is applied to the skin. The probe delivers the acoustic waves in a controlled and focused manner for typically 4 minutes per injured area.
WHAT DOES A COURSE OF SHOCKWAVE THERAPY INVOLVE?
A course of shockwave therapy usually consists of 3-5 treatments with appointments no more than 1 week apart. Conditions that more chronic or significant in nature are likely to require the longer treatment course.
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