Shockwave Therapy

Experience technology proven to reduce chronic pain and inflammation that standard PT or cortisone shots haven’t been able to fix.

Feel Better in as Little as Six Visits

If conventional treatments have failed you and you’re still experiencing pain and discomfort, it’s time to try something new.

Actually Heal Your Tissue

Shockwave works to reduce inflammation and heal tissue by creating microscopic tears which stimulate the growth of new blood vessels that increase blood flow and oxygenation which promotes faster healing.  It also stimulates collagen production which is  a vital component to muscle and tendon tissues. 

Maximize Your Time

Don’t spend hours in the doctor’s office or waiting for specialist consults. Research suggests the most effective treatment cycle is 6 treatments spaced at 1 week apart — and treatments only take 20 minutes! Shockwave does work on the tissue to support your other therapies — without adding more to your schedule.

See Results Immediately

Shockwave therapy doesn’t require you to take time off from your sports and activities. You can even go to the gym or practice the same day you receive treatment, and most clients report a noticeable improvement after even the first session. 

It Doesn't Get Simpler Than Shockwave

How Does it work?

Shockwave is an FDA-approved treatment that uses focused ultrasonic sound waves to stimulate new cell growth in damaged or injured tissue. Over the last 20 years, shockwave has been proven effective against chronic pain and inflammation, even in long standing tendinopathies that have been resistant to standard PT.  Shockwave works to reduce inflammation and heal tissue by creating microscopic tears which stimulate the growth of new blood vessels that increase blood flow and oxygenation — and that means faster healing.  It also stimulates collagen production, which is  a vital component to muscle and tendon tissues.  Other benefits include reduction of calcification in damaged tendons, like the rotator cuff and plantar fasciitis, reduction of trigger points, and reduction of pain.

Is shockwave right for you?

Shockwave has been proven effective for the following conditions:

 

  • Plantar fasciitis  
  • Achilles tendinopathy
  • Calf strain
  • Shin splints
  • Patellar/Quadriceps tendonitis 
  • Trochanteric bursitis 
  • Rotator cuff tendonitis (calcific as well)
  • Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
  • Muscle strains
  • Scar tissue healing (even post-op) 

 

This list isn’t exhaustive, so if you don’t see your concern above, contact us anyway! We’ll help determine if shockwave is an option for you. 

 

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