Radial Shock Wave Therapy

Radial Shock Wave Therapy from Mike Varney Physiotherapy

By: Mike Varney Physiotherapy  20/06/2011
Keywords: massage, physiotherapy, back pain

Mike Varney Physiotherapy now offers Radial Shockwave Therapy: A modern and effective treatment that involves the application of sound waves transmitted into the injured area. 


Radial shockwave therapy is an excellent alternative with impressive results for people with chronic pain who have exhausted all other treatment. What sets this treatment apart from traditional treatments is that it treats the muscloskeletal pathology instead of just offering symptomatic relief.


Each radial shockwave treatment works to increase the metabolic activity around the site of pain or discomfort, stimulating the reabsorption of irritative calcium deposits in tendons and stimulate the body’s natural healing process, thus reducing pain.

Keywords: back pain, body massage, Frozen Shoulder, Injury Management, injury rehabilitation, massage, MASSAGE THERAPY, Mike Varney, Musculoskeletal Problems, neck pain, pain management, Physio, Physio Treatments, physiotherapists, physiotherapy, sciatica, shoulder pain, sport massage, sports injury, sports injury rehabilitation, Tennis Elbow

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