Shockwave Therapy is a medical device used to treat and relieve the pain associated with soft tissue conditions such as tendinitis and heelspur.
This innovative Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy System has provided pain relief in up to 90% of the patients treated in European health centres and is now available at the S.C.A.P. Centre. Unlike other therapies, the low energy treatment does not require a hospital stay or visit, invasive surgery or anesthesia.
The handheld shockwave device applies a repeated pulsing to the tissue that the therapist directs it at.