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Radial and Focused Shockwave Therapy

Radial ANd Focused Storz Shockwave Machine
Radial Shockwave Therapy Plantar Fascitis
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For more in-depth information visit my sister website  This website is specifically dedicated to Shockwave and goes into detail and about how it works and what type of Shockwave might suit you best.

Shockwave Therapy is a very safe evidence-based therapy used since the 1980's that involves passing low energy pressure waves into damaged tissue to increase blood flow and stimulate the body's natural repair and regeneration processes, whilst reducing pain and improving mobility. 

Shockwave therapy is very safe has NICE guidance for many indications. It is used to great effect for Plantar Fasciitis, Myofascial Pain, Chronic Tendinopathies such as: Achilles, Patellar, Gluteal, Adductors, Proximal Hamstring, Tennis/Golfers Elbow, Distal Biceps and Calcific Tendinopathy.


What is Shockwave Therapy and does it really work?

What is Shockwave Therapy and does it really work?

After only 3 sessions, many patients will see a significant reduction in pain and an improvement on mobility and in chronic cases alone, an overall success rate was higher than 80%, even when other therapeutic treatments were unsuccessful and after your last session of Shockwave therapy, the body still benefits from the healing process for up to 3 months.


We specialise in both radial and focused Shockwave. Focused shockwave enables us to treat other conditions such as bone spurs, osteoarthritis, shin splints, hip pain  and much more.

The number of sessions required will vary according to each patient and their respective ailments, but as a rule, 3-6 sessions of radial would be advised for maximum benefit. For focused it can be as little as 1 to 3 sessions, but for bone issues it's always 6.

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Shockwave Session Costs
£80 per session for radial
£130 per session for focused
Treatment times vary between 1-6 sessions in total.

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