Extracorporeal shock wave therapy is a non-invasive form of therapy where pressure waves are used to treat a wide range of conditions. The Shockwaves deliver energy into the body’s tissues.
Using a shockwave machine, the practitioner applies a non-invasive probe to the treatment area. The probe delivers the energy to the area which reduces inflammation, improves blood flow and induces healing and regeneration.
Some common musculoskeletal conditions treated by extracorporeal shock wave therapy include: