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Radial Shockwave Therapy


(CSN) Plantar fasciitis, shoulder injuries, golfers and tennis elbow, diabetic foot conditions, carpal tunnel syndrome or hip pain (bursitis) are just a few of the conditions that can be treated with Shockwave Therapy.

What is Radial Shockwave Therapy? High energy acoustic (sound) waves that are used to penetrate the skin to treat injured areas in the body. Shockwave Therapy involves using a hand-held probe to focus the waves on the affected tissue and surrounding healthy tissue to induce a physiological response that will initiate healing. When applied to the skin, it creates an increased blood supply in the treated area resulting in healing.

Other benefits of shockwave therapy include

  • re-initiation of stagnant healing process in chronic injuries
  • decrease in inflammatory processes
  • reversal of chronic inflammation
  • stimulation of collagen growth
  • dissolving of calcium build-up in certain body tissues

Treatments are best done in three consecutive treatments one week apart. In some cases a fourth treatment is needed. After the initial consultation, treatments will take 3 - 5 minutes.

More than 80% of patients report improvement after the first treatment. 65 - 85% report a full healing after completion of their program. The treatments are administered without medication, injections or surgery, and can be applied when the body hasn't been able to heal on its own.

Call us at 403-782-3341 now and mention this article for a $50.00 discount to try shockwave.

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