Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT)
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (or ESWT), is a technology using shockwaves to treat chronic, painful conditions of the musculoskeletal system. Also used by olympians and elite athletes in premier league football clubs, it is a highly effective treatment for pain relief and healing.
Shockwaves accelerates the healing process by activating the body’s self-healing powers. EWST treats the musculoskeletal pathology instead of just offering symptomatic relief.
ESWT is effective treatment for:
- Pain in the neck, shoulder, back, hip, thigh and ankle.
- Plantar Fasciitis (heel spur)
- Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow,
- Jumper’s knee
- Achilles tendon pain
The benefits of EMS, the leading provider and only FDA approved medical device Radial ESWT since 2008 and now providing Focused ESWT .
A shockwave is an intense, but very short energy wave traveling faster than the speed of sound. The word “Extra-corporeal” means “outside the body” and refers to the fact that the shockwaves are generated outside the body.
The Swiss Dolorclast® Method:
- The use of single acoustic pressure waves to treat muscloskeletal and dermatological pathologies.
- A non-invasive alternative to surgery, steroidal injections and oral medication.
- A combination of unique technologies, clinically proven protocols and top-notch education.
Say goodbye to pain and get started on your road to recovery with Shockwave Therapy just like the elite athletes at top football clubs. Book your appointment or call us now!
Video clips that show spontaneous formation of bubbles – thought to be the primary mechanism by which Shock Waves act on the body. Radial Shock Wave has highest intensity on the skin and moves in to a depth of 4 to 5 cm – it is great for superficial indications, where the source of pain is close to the skin. Whereas focused Shock Wave has the highest intensity at varying depths to target deep structures – it is great for deep indications, where there is no sensation on the skin and the source of pain is on the hip and shoulder.