Extracorporeal shock wave therapy, what is it?

12.26.2021 0

The latest technology developed by Swiss and German doctors, which has received recognition in the countries of the world in the treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system. Extracorporeal shock wave therapy is a method of treating diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system with the help of regulated shock waves that are focused in a specific area of the body, providing a clearly directed therapeutic effect without damaging the body tissues. The method occupies an intermediate position between conservative treatment and surgical intervention.

Main tasks:

  • removal of pain syndrome;
  • treatment of degenerative-dystrophic processes;
  • restoration of movement of the affected area of the musculoskeletal system.

Advantages of the method:

  • outpatient treatment;
  • non-invasive therapy;
  • absence of side effects and risks associated with the operation;
  • treatment is carried out without anesthesia, for a short time with a quick achievement of long-term therapeutic effect;
  • treatment is carried out even in the chronic stage of the disease.