SHOCKWAVE THERAPY: A Revolutionary Advance in Pain Management

Shockwave Therapy

Non-invasive. Affordable. Effective. 

These words describe a revolutionary technology in the treatment of chronic pain conditions such as headaches, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, ankle pain, tennis elbow/golfer’s elbow, tendonitis, wrist pain, sprains and strains, turf toe/sand toe, plantar fasciitis, rotator cuff injury, disc herniations, track and field injuries and hip pain. For years, European doctors have been providing fast and long-lasting pain relief without the use of pharmaceuticals or surgery with this remarkable advancement in modern physical therapy. Now, the American public has become aware of the astonishing effects of the flourishing practice of Shockwave Therapy in Europe

 

What Is Shockwave Therapy? 

Shockwave Therapy or Piezowave Therapy provides a non-invasive treatment for pain associated with the musculoskeletal system using sound wave pulses to heal and regenerate affected muscle areas. Invented by Richard Wolf, The Piezowave Device sends thousands of sound wave pulses into a precisely targeted tissue or muscle and works in tandem with your body’s natural healing processes to relieve pain. While many companies advertise the technology to treat symptoms such as erectile dysfunction (ED), Piezowave/Shockwave Therapy has many more uses beneficial to the general public, particularly chiropractic clients with sports injuries or chronic muscle pain. 

 

How Exactly Does It Work?

Dr. Arash Noor of BodyPro Chiropractic & Sports Medicine offers this innovative treatment to his patients at BodyPro Chiropractic & Sports Medicine in Los Angeles, California at an affordable rate. Used to treat both acute and chronic pain in the muscles and joints, Piezowave / Shockwave Therapy in technical terms is a myofascial acoustic compression technique that provides pain relief and leads to improved circulation in the targeted area triggering your body’s own natural healing processes with incredible results. 

What Does A Typical Session Look Like? 

Chiropractor and Sports Medicine specialist Dr. Arash Noor assesses his chiropractic patients case by case and makes recommendations on the basis of the site of the pain and the underlying condition causing it. Each muscle group or soft tissue area requires a specific depth and intensity of Piezowave / Shockwave Therapy, which may be used in combination with other treatments such as traditional physiotherapy. For maximum benefit, the sound waves are accurately adjusted for both depth and intensity and can help to heal tissues that lie too deep for conventional physical manipulation. Similar to preparation for massage therapy, the patient relaxes on a doctor’s couch or treatment table to expose the affected area. Dr. Arash then uses a room temperature gel to ensure the Piezowave device glides smoothly over the skin above the painful muscle or soft tissue while adjusting the depth and intensity of the sound waves. As the series of sound wave pulses penetrate your skin, they can cause a dull ache, a signal that your body is responding, which should soon fade. Some people experience instant pain relief in their first session, while others experience some slight soreness as your own natural healing processes are triggered. 

 

How Do I Find A Piezowave/Shock Therapy Provider?

If you live in Los Angeles and are looking for an alternative to surgery for acute or chronic musculoskeletal pain, call the office of Dr. Noor at BodyPro Chiropractic at (424) 269-5371 or book a consultation with Dr. Noor online, here, today: https://www.bodyprochiro.com/

You’ll be amazed by the fast and long-lasting pain relief of Shockwave Therapy. 

Author
Dr. Arash Noor Dr. Arash Noor Dr. Arash Noor is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician who is also an Emergency Medical Technician and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

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