Best Shockwave Therapy Treatment
Shockwave Therapy is a non-invasive medical treatment option for kidney stones and orthopedic injuries. Doctors recommend shockwave therapy for a patient who does not respond to medication. It stimulates blood flow which helps grow new blood vessels.
Who can take Shockwave Therapy?
Shockwave Therapy can work well when an injury reaches a chronic non-healing state. Some of the appropriate conditions for shockwave therapy include plantar fasciitis, Achilles, tennis elbow tendinopathies, hamstring, patellar and gluteal. One can even opt for Shockwave Therapy when they are not responding or are not interested in medication.
Shockwave therapy helps in the reduction of pain felt by nerve fibers. It increases blood circulation in surrounding soft tissues. It also helps in the stimulation of the healing process triggered by stem cell activation and long-term tissue normalization and regeneration.
The patient taking shockwave therapy might experience some side effects such as blood in the urine, skin infection, pain during the procedure, painful erection, etc. High pressure or high-frequency shockwaves can cause bleeding on or around the penis.
Is shockwave therapy effective?
Yes, most of the patients who use shockwave therapy have enjoyed the results.
What should you not do after shockwave therapy?
One must avoid strenuous exercise at least for the first 48 hours. You should continue the exercises suggested to you by the physiotherapist.
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