Shockwave therapy has been incorporated into the clinics of many healthcare professionals to treat various conditions in their patients.

It’s a non-invasive, drug-free treatment relying on acoustic sound waves to promote the natural healing process, providing long-term benefits to the well-being of patients.

Healthcare professionals have been using shockwave therapy to treat stress fractures, back pain, plantar fasciitis, and more.

Implementing shockwave therapy into your practice can help you deliver treatment smoother and faster and improve the long-term quality of their health.

Let’s explore some of the treatment of shockwave therapy can benefit your clinic.

There are Many Shockwave Therapy Machines to Choose From

The shockwave machines from Storz Medical that Shockwave Canada distributes offer many options for healthcare professionals to provide the treatment that their patients need based on their condition and the type of clinic operated.

For example, the MASTERPULS® ONE can provide on-the-go treatment for people requiring in-home care.

On the other hand, the MASTERPULS® MP200 is the only shockwave therapy machine that provides cupping therapy. It can be used to treat sore muscles, back pain, headaches, and improve the overall health of your patients.

Shockwave Therapy Machines are Easy and Comfortable to Use

The MASTERPULS® ONE comes with a unique SPARROW® handpiece that’s minimalistic and ergonomic to use.

Its lightweight design ensures that healthcare professionals have minimal stress when providing treatment for patients.

The SPARROW® handpiece also has excellent dampening capabilities to reduce the vibrations felt in the handpiece. As a result, healthcare professionals can use our machines for prolonged periods.

Our shockwave therapy machines are also portable and compact, making them easy to operate around the clinic.

If you’re interested in shockwave therapy for your clinic or want to improve your existing shockwave therapy delivery, we have the training and tools that can help you.

To learn about how you can incorporate the long-term benefits of shockwave therapy into your practice, contact us today by calling 1 (888) 741-SHOC(7462) or visit our website.