Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is a noninvasive treatment that involves delivery of shock waves
to injured soft tissue to reduce pain and promote healing. ESWT is a viable option to consider for many patients
who present with chronic tendinopathy that hasn't responded to more-conservative treatments. Often difficult to
treat, chronic tendinopathy is characterized by localized pain and pathological changes to a tendon. The
condition affects athletes and nonathletes alike.
Shockwave Therapy can be used to treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, in particular, those
involving areas where major connective tissue attaches to the bone. Common areas that can be successfully
Foot – plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis
Knee – patellar tendinitis and shin pain
Elbow – tennis or golfer’s elbow
Shoulder – rotator cuff tendinitis and calcific
Hip – trochanteric bursitis
Muscles – various trigger points throughout the body
Except for pain relief, shockwave therapy can be used for ED (erectile dysfunction) treatment.
Healthy blood vessels matter!
Erection is the result of a complex synergy between blood vessels, the nervous system, hormones and muscles.
During an erection there is increased blood flow to the penis, which in turn increases the pressure. Sufficient
blood flow to the cavernous bodies plays an most important role in erectile function.Specifications