Radial shockwave therapy is a medical-technical method frequently utilized to treat pain.
By generating shockwaves in the body which spread deep into muscle tissue, the result is increased blood circulation and a reduction of adhesions and limescale deposits.
The procedure is used to treat orthopedic diseases such as softening of tissue, as well as joint and bone pain caused by chronic inflammation and fascial adhesions.
The clinical efficacy of the treatment has been proven by numerous studies on the following conditions:
- Calcified shoulder
- Calcaneal spur
- Achilles tendon problems
- Tennis elbow
- Golfer’s elbow
- Patellar tip syndrome
- Trigger points in fascia pain syndrome