Do you suffer from?
Shockwave is a tissue regenerator that acts to awaken the neurological system and accelerates the healing process.
It increases blood flow and promotes new blood vessel formation in order to heal chronic conditions and trigger points.
Shockwave offers new hope for patients with conditions that are difficult to treat with other forms of therapy. This therapy works without the use of drugs and stimulates the bodys natural self healing process. You can expect an immediate reduction in pain and improved ease of movement it may even eliminate your need for surgery.
1. Eliminates pain
2. Accelerates healing
3. Increases mobility
4. No side effects
6. Insurance covered
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
Typical treatments take 5 minutes per area being treated. Most conditions require multiple treatments spaced several days apart to allow your body to do its natural healing between sessions. Significant improvements can be seen in 3-5 treatments, depending on the severity and chronicity.
DOES IT HURT?
Depending on the sensitivity of the area, you may notice more of a sensation. Your first treatment may be uncomfortable at first, but most patients find it tolerable. As your pain is reduced, you will find each successive treatment easier.
IS IT SAFE?
Yes. All studies to date show that when shockwave therapy is used with the correct diagnosis, there are no negative health effects. Ask your health care provider if Shockwave is right for you!
90% improvement for Plantar Fasciitis3
91% improvement for Calcific Tendonitis1
77% improvement for Tennis Elbow2
75% success rate for Patellar (knee cap) Tendinopathy4
76% success rate for Achilles Tendinopathy4
1. Journal of American Medical Association 2003
2. The Journal of Orthopedics`2005
3. Journal of Orthopedics Research 2005
4. American Journal of Sports Medicare
$110 per treatment
Package of 5 for $440 (save 20%)
Both our chiropractors and massage therapists are certified to use shockwave, therefore you can benefit from either insurance coverage.
WHAT DOES IT TREAT?
Plantar fasciitis (heel spurs)
Patellar tendinitis (jumpers knee)
Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
Medial epicondylitis (golfers elbow)