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Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave therapy is fast emerging now as one of the most efficient forms of non surgical treatment for many chronic conditions:

 

*Plantar fasciitis

*Achilles tendinopathy

*Rotator cuff and impingement injuries

*Tennis or golfers' elbow

*Patellar tendinopathy (jumper's knee)

*Trochanteric bursitis

 

A series of energetic shockwaves is applied to the specific area to be treated which provokes an inflammation reaction (pro-flamatory). Your body responds by increasing the blood circulation and metabolism in the area which in turn accelerates the body's own healing process.  The shockwaves also help to break down injured tissue and calcifications.

Shockwave therapy offers many advantages for chronic conditions: not only is it clinically proven to help with the conditions stated above, compared to invasive surgical intervention, there are fewer potential complications and a much faster return to normal activity is seen. No medication or anaesthesia is required, and there is virtually no discomfort after the treatment.

A course of 3-6 sessions is recommended depending on the condition. This may be supported by further manual treatment and advice from the practitioner in charge of your care (Osteopath or Physiotherapist). We offer an inclusive package for the first three treatments, subsequent treatments are dependent on the condition therefore are charged as single appointment. Optimum results are seen 6-8 weeks after completion of the treatment.

"I can´t recommend this place enough. They´re very professional, friendly, and incredibly good at what they do. I have been seeing the same therapist for a few years now, for different reasons, and there hasn´t been a single time in which I didn´t improve considerably after treatment." Laura, Stevenage.