Shockwave therapy is a non-surgical treatment, and works by delivering impulses of energy, targeted to specific damaged tissues.

The therapy increases the blood flow within the affected area, stimulating cell regeneration and healing, and decreasing local factors which can cause pain.


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Shockwave Therapy is a highly effective treatment beneficial for patients with:

  • . Achilles pain
  • . Knee pain
  • . Shin pain
  • . Tennis elbow

After the therapy, the treated patient should experience:

  • . Reduced Pain
  • . Restored movement
  • . Increased Blood Flow to the area
  • . Stimulated metabolic activity