Foot Pain Treatment with Non-Invasive, Non-addictive and there is no need for anaesthesia, Non-Surgical Solutions with Shockwave and Low Level Laser Therapy for Acute and Chronic Pain.
When You Have Already tried Every Other Treatment to Ease Pain Are you suffering from chronic pain in your back, knee, shoulder, heel, foot or elbow? Then shockwave therapy provides fast and effective relief from pain.
Our clinic provides Diagnostic Ultrasound Scanning and Digital X-ray’s for patients suffering chronic and acute neck and back pain, Specialist modalities for pain relief include IDD therapy, Shockwave therapy and Low level laser therapy click to view our main website
Shockwave Therapy can achieve excellent results for people suffering from persistent and painful conditions. In many instances there will be an immediate reduction in pain, as well as improved mobility and function. This therapy is non-invasive, non-addictive and there is no need for anaesthesia. Each treatment session takes approximately 5-20 minutes. Most conditions require just 3 to 5 treatments that are done 3-7 days apart.
Applications in physiotherapy are mostly associated with the treatment of chronic muscular disorders, tendinopathies, back pain and trigger points. Compared to conventional manual and instrumental therapy, SWT is extremely effective, shortens the treatment period and brings better results in long term follow-up. Some of the more common conditions assessed and treated by us include:
- Foot Pain / Heel Spurs, Plantar Fasciitis
- Muscle and Joint Pain
- Facet joint Inflammation
- Muscular Trigger Points
- Back Pain
- Low Back Pain
- Achilles Tendon Pain
- Sports Injury
- Groin Pain
- Lateral & Medial Epicondylitis
- Arthritic Changes
- Muscle Regeneration Support
- Heel Spurs/Calcification
Orthopaedic applications of shockwaves concentrate on the treatment of calcifications, painful exostoses, various tendinopathies and impaired fracture healing. Shockwave Therapy (SWT) is a good alternative in many cases when surgical solution seems to be looking more inevitable.