Have conventional treatments failed to improve your condition? Shockwave therapy might the answer!
Shockwave therapy is a cutting edge treatment previously reserved for the sporting elite and now we are excited to offer shockwave treatments to you.
What is shockwave therapy?
Radial shockwave therapy is a research proven treatment that kickstarts the body’s natural healing mechanisms. It emits high pressure shockwaves that travel through the skin to break down underlying tissues and stimulate tissue repair.
Most patients experience pain reduction and increased movement immediately after a shockwave treatment and lasting results occur when the tissue is healed.
What does shockwave therapy treat?
Shockwave therapy is often used to improve many chronic musculoskeletal conditions including:
How does shockwave therapy work?
A probe is held against the skin delivering shockwaves in a controlled and focused manner for 5-10 minutes resulting in:
How many shockwave treatments will I need?
The more chronic or significant in nature your condition is the more shockwave treatments you will need. A typical course of shockwave therapy consists of weekly treatments for 3-6 weeks.
It's all about you!
- we take the time to really understand your issue (initial consults are 45min)
- always giving you our full attention (we only treat one person at a time)
- helping you understand your issue by explaining things in simple terms
- focusing on providing immediate symptom relief, then
- working with you to establish a clear treatment plan to achieve great results.
Try shockwave therapy at our Williamstown clinic and join the people of Altona, Newport, Spotswood and all over Hobsons Bay who have experienced shockwave therapy. Shockwave treatments allow us to better help people from Yarraville, Seddon, Kingsville, West Footscray and Footscray who suffer from chronic tendon pain and injury.
Our focus is delivering the highest standard of care, administered by highly trained therapists to help you recover and reach optimal health as soon as possible.