Stressed, overworked muscles, ligaments, and tendons can lead to pain, and shock wave therapy can help. It reduces that discomfort. The tretament works where other efforts to lower pain have failed.
The treatment is also known as extracorporeal (external) shock wave therapy, or ESWT. The Guyer Institute offer this promising, non-invasive pain relief program.
Patients report significant pain reduction after low-level sound waves are applied. They point to overall feelings of elevated wellness.
Patients Thrilled With Results
Our expert staff administers the exciting shock wave therapy. “It’s really remarkable the effects I see and hear about,” Lori Rivera, ND says.
“These sound waves are clearly helping to stimulate circulation. This can lower both acute and chronic pain in the people I see.”
Several areas of the body treated with EWST therapy show decreased pain levels. They include the knee, heel, foot, ankle, hamstring, back, neck, shoulder, wrist, and hand.
Painful conditions such as rotator cuff deterioration, tennis elbow, and plantar fasciitis in the heel can be very painful. They show demonstrative improvement after shock wave therapy.
This treatment we do at The Guyer Institute accelerates the healing process in the body. It stimulates the metabolism and enhancing blood circulation to regenerate damaged tissue.
The treatment method is FDA-cleared and often shows immediate results. There are few if any side effects reported.
The sound waves are applied to the affected areas on the outside of the body. There’s no downtime, scarring or risk of infection.
Research Findings on Shock Wave Therapy
Some clinical studies show pain reduction in 91% of patients who undergo the shock wave therapy.
Patient satisfaction approaches 80%. We see similar results at The Guyer Institute.
A research piece published in Muscle, Ligament & Tendons Journal reports good news. The “neovascularization may play a role in the improvement of blood supply and healing of tendon.”
If you have questions or want to set up a consult about this pioneering pain reduction therapy known as shock wave therapy, call The Guyer Institute at 317-580-9355.
The trip to try ESWT is a trip worth taking!