We offer the latest innovation in the treatment of chronic soft tissue injuries.
Using the latest innovations
We guarantee you will receive the best quality of care
Shockwave Therapy is the latest innovation in the treatment of chronic soft tissue injuries. An intense pressure wave is directed through your tissues which can be felt in the deepest layers of muscle. Often described as a "jackhammer", radial shockwave therapy is proven to assist with healing multiple types of chronic injuries.
Over 80% of patients achieve a successful resolution of their symptoms in less than 5 sessions of Shockwave Therapy.
Our clinicians have been using shockwave therapy for over 10 years and have had positive results with many different orthopedic conditions. Most often, shockwave therapy is used when a person suffers from a long term, chronic injury or pain syndrome.
If you have experienced back tension for years, a sports-related injury a decade ago, or a nagging shoulder injury, shockwave therapy is likely a great choice for your treatment.
We can help you with:
- Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Spurs
- Patella Tendonitis (runners knee)
- Tennis/ Golfer's Elbow
- Chronic Shoulder Pain
- Neck Pain
- Groin / Pelvic Pain
- Shin Splints
- Chronic Hip Pain
- Decreased Range of Motion
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