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Shockwave therapy

Shockwave therapy

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT), often called Shockwave Therapy, is a non-invasive surgical treatment that is non-invasive. It offers treatment to patients suffering from various chronic ailments, including Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendinopathy, which can be incredibly difficult to cure. It can be effective when conventional treatment has not worked.

Shockwave Therapy uses high-pressured audio shockwaves that travel through the skin via an instrument to reduce the pain and trigger a healing response.

What is the procedure for shock wave therapy? Perform?

Shockwave therapy starts the body’s repair process and results in…

  • The reduction of pain that is felt by nerve fibers
  • Increase in blood circulation in the soft tissue surrounding it
  • Initiation of healing process initiated by the activation of stem cells

What Does A Course Of Shockwave Therapy Involve?

A shockwave treatment typically comprises weekly treatments lasting 3 to 6 weeks. The more severe or severe conditions will likely require a longer duration of treatment.

ESWT is a treatment option to treat various chronic musculoskeletal disorders, including:
  • Plantar heel pain, heel spurs, plantar fasciitis
  • Achilles tendinopathy – pain /or degeneration of Achilles tendon
  • Shin splints can cause aches and pains in the area of the shin.
  • Stress fractures are small fractures of the bone structure caused by repeated stress.
  • Ankle injuries that cause chronic pain – unstable ankles that can cause more harm, or persistent ankle injuries that refuse to heal
  • Injuries to the muscles and tendon and tendon injuries – partial tears or strains