Shockwaves are used to treat a wide range of pathologies in areas such as bone healing, tendinopathies, muscular trigger points and myofascial pain.
Shockwave therapy can treat many conditions such as: epicondylitis, calcific tendinitis, tibial stress syndrome, heel spurs, patellar (knee) and achille’s tendinitis as well as plantar fasciitis.
The most attractive aspect of shock wave treatment is that it is a noninvasive option for problems that are sometimes challenging to treat.
Because of these challenges, doctors are always seeking more effective treatment for patients who do not seem to improve with simpler treatments. There is increasing evidence that shock wave therapy may be a solution.