When you experience pain, regardless of whether it’s acute or chronic, it can act as a hindrance in your daily tasks. Even basic functions like walking, bending down, twisting, or using your hands, feet, and shoulders can become difficult.
Acute and chronic pain hinder many people from going about their daily lives, without the freedom to move in a way that allows them to enjoy a normal and healthy lifestyle. But pain doesn’t have to control your life.
Shockwave therapy is one of the most sought out treatments for acute and chronic pain in 2022. It’s a non-invasive, drug-free treatment that has shown to be effective in the relief of pain. The therapy uses sound waves to stimulate blood flow and promote healing. It is commonly used in physiotherapy, sports medicine, and urology.
The primary benefits of shockwave therapy are fast pain relief and mobility restoration. It can also be effective in reducing inflammation and improving the range of motion.
Because no surgery, anesthesia, or drugs are required, it’s easy for basically anyone living with pain to try out this innovative therapy.
By targeting the inflammation and scar tissue in specific areas of injury, shockwave therapy can help clients quickly get back on their feet—and back on the field—with less pain and better mobility.
Traditional physical therapy forms often involve exercises designed to gradually strengthen the muscles and tissues around an injury. While this approach can be very effective, it can also be very time-consuming.
The Shockwave instrument works by using high-intensity sound waves to address pain at its root cause. The pulses of sonic energy begin to stimulate the bones’, tendons, and other soft tissues’ regeneration and healing activities.
Without requiring any surgery or medications, shockwave therapy’s unique method of delivering energy directly to the source of the pain triggers a natural healing response, promoting the growth of new blood vessels and helping to break down damaged tissue.
As a result, it can expedite the recovery process and helps clients get back to their normal activities more quickly than through traditional physical therapy.