Wave Technology

Pressure wave therapy is a modern and highly effective treatment method: high-energy sound waves are introduced into the painful areas of the body. With this innovative therapy approach, pathological alterations of tendons, ligaments, capsules, muscles and bones can be eliminated systematically.

Pressure wave technology accelerates the healing process in the body by stimulating the metabolism and enhancing blood circulation to regenerate damaged tissue. Strong energy pulses are applied to the affected area. These pulses occur for short periods of time, creating micro-cavitation bubbles that expand and burst. The force created by these bubbles penetrates tissue and stimulates cells in the body that are responsible for bone and connective tissue healing. In many instances, pressure wave technology is most effective in cases where the human body has not been able to heal itself on its own.

There are numerous benefits from pressure wave technology. 
• Non-Surgical 
• No Side Effects 
• Accelerated Healing 
• Ease Of Use 
• Affordable

The beneficial effects of pressure wave therapy are often experienced after only 1 or 2 treatments. The therapy eliminates pain and restores full mobility, thus improving your quality of life.

If there are any more reasons to not support a non-surgical, non-invasive, affordable treatment to accelerate healing, let them all be laid to rest.

Who can access this service?

This is a Premium+ service and is currently only available to self funding and medically insured patients. A GP referral is required to book an initial appointment.

Privately insured patients

As shockwave therapy is recognised by NICE most private medical insurers will cover such treatment. However, it is essential that patients consult their insurance companies and obtain written confirmation that they will be covered prior to their appointment.

Self funding patients

Self funding patients will need a GP referral for an initial appointment. Patients can expect to then receive appropriate treatments, dependent on outcome of initial consultation and the individual condition.

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