Therapy for healing and pain relief
Also known as shockwave, RPW (radial pressure wave) therapy is an advanced, non-invasive technology that promotes rapid healing of injured tissues, bones, heels and joints. The shock wave is an intense acoustic wave that travels faster than the speed of sound.
Therapeutic shockwaves have been introduced as a medical treatment for kidney stones for over 20 years. Today, Shockwave technology is used on millions of people worldwide to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal, neurological and soft tissue disorders.
An innovative and effective treatment
With virtually no side effects, this treatment method reduces pain and increases blood circulation, thus stimulating the healing process. By accelerating the recovery process, RPW shockwave therapy enables patients to regain the joy and comfort of natural mobility.
Treatment sessions last no more than 30 minutes and provide fast, effective relief from chronic pain while restoring mobility. The therapy also has the advantage of improving lymphatic drainage and reducing muscle tone, so you can expect an improved silhouette and a reduction in cellulite.
- Non-surgical, non-invasive and painless treatment
- Affordable solution
- Accelerating the healing process
- Minimal side effects
- Plantar fasciitis, heel pain or heel spur
- Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
- Jumping knee
- Achilles tendonitis
- Shin splints
- Frozen shoulder
- Sprains, cramps and muscle spasms
- Scar tissue