Non-invasive therapy, totally innovative and often substitutive to surgical intervention in the treatment of chronic traumatic pathologies.

Historically, shock waves were used only to break down kidney stones from the outside, but their effectiveness in musculoskeletal injuries has now been discovered.

The mechanism is based on the high-speed action of controlled acoustic waves produced by the impact of a pellet against a plate through compressed air, which penetrate the musculoskeletal tissues producing numerous physiological effects on the body.

  • Promotes the formation of new blood vessels.
  • Stimulates collagen formation.
  • Breaks the cycle of chronic inflammation.
  • Dissolves calcified fibroblasts.
  • Releases trigger points.
  • Stimulates the formation of osteoblasts (bone).
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For all the above reasons, shock waves produce a remarkable regeneration of musculoskeletal tissues, especially in subacute and chronic processes capable of breaking adhesions, calcifications, muscle fibrosis, trigger points, adhered scars, and they can also activate the regeneration of bone and soft tissue.

Highly effective in injuries such as:

  • Chronic tendinitis, painful shoulder, epicondylitis, chronic low back pain.
  • Plantar fasciitis, heel spur, Achilles tendon pain, heel pain.
  • Delayed bone consolidation.
  • Post-fracture calluses.
  • Chronic contractures.

Proven efficacy in 90% of cases