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Radial shockwave therapy, also known as RPW, is an advanced treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, mainly focused on tendon injuries. It uses sound waves to target the soft tissue around the bones, joints or muscles, which in turn reduces pain and promotes healing.

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Shockwave therapy is an effective treatment for a number of conditions, from plantar fasciitis to shin splints to osteoarthritis. It is also used by many professional sports clubs to aid recovery post-injury. Shockwaves are emitted deep into the tissue using a small, hand-held device, which can feel like small, rhythmic pulses against the skin.

The pulse from the shockwaves causes damaged tissue to regenerate, effectively putting the body into ‘repair mode’. At Lyfe, this non-invasive treatment is delivered over three to six consecutive appointments, each usually three to five days apart. Your physiotherapist will also recommend specific exercises and complementary treatments to complete alongside the Shockwave Therapy to achieve your goals.

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Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment designed to alleviate persistent pain. It involves delivering high-energy soundwaves to the affected area of soft tissue. This innovative method speeds up the healing process, making it an effective solution for various musculoskeletal conditions.

Shockwave therapy uses sound waves to target the soft tissue around bones, joints, or muscles. These waves improve blood flow and help tissues heal, putting the treated part of the body into a state of repair. This process helps in reducing pain and accelerating the healing of the injured area.

Shockwave therapy treats a range of conditions, including plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, shin splints, and osteoarthritis. It’s also used to aid recovery in various sports injuries. The treatment focuses on the regeneration of damaged soft tissue, offering pain relief and promoting overall healing.

Patients usually feel very little pain during shockwave treatment. It feels like small, rhythmic pulses on the skin. Any discomfort felt is typically well-tolerated and subsides quickly after the session.

Post-treatment, it’s advisable to avoid strenuous activities for a short period. Your physiotherapist will provide tailored guidance on suitable exercises and when it’s safe to resume regular physical activity.

Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment designed to alleviate persistent pain. It involves delivering high-energy soundwaves to the affected area of soft tissue. This innovative method speeds up the healing process, making it an effective solution for various musculoskeletal conditions.

Shockwave therapy uses sound waves to target the soft tissue around bones, joints, or muscles. These waves improve blood flow and help tissues heal, putting the treated part of the body into a state of repair. This process helps in reducing pain and accelerating the healing of the injured area.

Shockwave therapy treats a range of conditions, including plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, shin splints, and osteoarthritis. It’s also used to aid recovery in various sports injuries. The treatment focuses on the regeneration of damaged soft tissue, offering pain relief and promoting overall healing.

Patients usually feel very little pain during shockwave treatment. It feels like small, rhythmic pulses on the skin. Any discomfort felt is typically well-tolerated and subsides quickly after the session.

Post-treatment, it’s advisable to avoid strenuous activities for a short period. Your physiotherapist will provide tailored guidance on suitable exercises and when it’s safe to resume regular physical activity.

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