Learn About Shockwave Therapy

Question?  What is Shockwave Therapy and how does it work?
A clinical shockwave therapy is nothing more than a controlled explosion that creates acoustic energy, much like an airplane breaking the sound barrier or when lightning strikes.
The greatest effect of a shock wave therapy is a regeneration of diseased tissue and ability to control pain.


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The main benefits for shockwave therapy is based on inflammatory healing response.
Every time shock wave is used during treatment, it causes microtrauma to the treated tissue.
So, diseased muscle, tendon or ligament are caused to undergo inflammatory state which allows the body to recruit healing cells that come to the area inside the blood.
Shockwave therapy has many avenues where it can be used; orthopedics is one of them.
Here are just a few most common indications for shock wave therapy.

  • painful shoulder (calcification, tendonitis, impingement syndrome)
  • Tennis or golfers elbow ( elbow tendonitis
  • Arthroses of small hand joints
  • Bursitis of the hip
  • Pain in the quadriceps or hamstring attachment
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • Heel spur, plantar fasciitis
  • Jumper’s knee
  • Pain in the groin muscles
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

If you are looking for fast and effective relief from pain consider these 3 reasons you must try shock wave therapy.

  1. Unique, non-invasive solution for pain relief
  2. Usually, 3 to 6 treatments are needed at weekly intervals for successful therapy
  3. Therapy  sessions only take 15 to 30 minutes

Be sure to contact us here or call us direct at 905-891-6061 to ask questions or book an appointment.