A Non-Invasive, Safe Solution for Healing & Pain

Low-intensity shockwave therapy (focused or unfocused) are game-changers in the field of regenerative medicine. They are non-invasive and highly effective. In fact, many people experience a positive reaction after just one treatment.   They are also the choice of multiple pro and NCAA teams such as the Los Angeles Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers, Texas Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Florida State Seminoles and Michigan Wolverines.

What is Low-Intensity Shockwave?

Low-intensity shock wave therapy (LISWT) utilizes acoustic pressure waves to activate and stimulate the body’s own healing processes. When generated, these sound waves gently and non-invasively penetrate and “wake up” your cells being treated. This causes a cascade of cellular events that:

  • Improves blood supply
  • Modulates inflammation
  • Recruits stem cells
  • Alleviates pain

A sound approach to treating acute and chronic pain in muscles, tendons and joints, low-intensity shockwave is an effective standalone treatment and has also been used by physician’s in combination with other forms of regenerative medicine such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and amnio therapies.


What can Low-Intensity Shockwave Treat?

We work with healthcare providers across the spectrum that utilize these technologies for some of the following conditions:

  • Orthopedic and podiatric injuries including:
    • Plantar fasciitis
    • Tendonitis
    • Sprains/strains
    • Back pain
  • Chronic long-term pain – oftentimes pain that’s been resistant to other treatments
  • Men’s health

What to Expect During a Treatment?

  •  Typically lasts less than 15 minutes per   treatment
  •  3 to 6 sessions are recommended based upon the issue
  •  No anesthesia or injections are needed
  •  Minimal to no discomfort
  •  No side effects

Why Low-Intensity Shockwave Therapy is Unique

Other companies providing compression devices to treat musculoskeletal conditions do not utilize sound waves to create the compression. These devices rely on a percussive application to the outer layer of soft tissue with the hope that the resulting pressure will translate through the tissue to the targeted injury. The deeper the targeted structure the higher the impact required to the outer soft tissue layer with diminishing clinical results due to pressure absorption and increased patient discomfort at the point of contact.

Low-intensity shockwave sends an array of sound waves effortlessly and without sensation through soft tissue to the desired, controlled depth to create the compression. This results in a more controlled and effective delivery of energy along with greater patient compliance to the therapy.

The two methods of delivery could not be more different according to clinicians who have used both devices so are the clinical outcomes.

Low-intensity shockwave delivers mechanical energy – not light, electrical or thermal energy

  • Tenocytes in tendons, fibroblasts in ligaments and skin, osteocytes in bone, chondrocytes in articular cartilage and endothelial cells in blood vessels are mechano-sensitive and respond to mechanical forces
  • Low-intensity shockwave targets tissue at varying depths to compress and manipulate tissue

Benefiting you and your patients

Improving patient outcomes improves the growth of your patient base and your reputation as an informed provider of effective therapies.
Clinicians who incorporate low-intensity shockwave therapy into their practice have grown their patient base on an average of 25%.

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