ESWT Procedure

Treating chronic pain is relatively simple today with ESWT. This state of the art treatment is a non-surgical, non-invasive option that allows many to cure the pain they suffer from with injuries that are common including, plantar fasciitis, heel pain, Achilles tendonitis, elbow pain, and more.

During The Procedure

This procedure is performed like a normal ultrasound in an effort to locate damaged tissue in the area where pain occurs. Then, once these areas are targeted, a shockwave is sent to stimulate the tissue. This helps enables the body to begin to create new tissue and repair damaged tendons.

This therapy is performed outside of the body (extracorporeally). Therefore, it is considered to be non-invasive and low risk. There are little or no side effects associated with this form of treatment for pain.

Faster Than Outpatient

Typical outpatient procedures last at least half of the day. In addition, individuals have to plan for recovery time. However, ESWT simplifies medical procedures. The entire procedure will last less than 30 minutes. Therefore, it will not take much time or effort; yet, it will be worth the time.

Recovery Time

In addition, usually a patient has to plan for time to recover post-surgery. In most cases, the pain gets worse before it gets better. This is not so with ESWT. Individuals may experience minor pain from the procedure, however it is rare. Then, after ESWT is performed, pain will get better gradually. For most people, it will go away with in a few weeks.

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