Benefits of Softwave Therapy
Radial Pressure Wave (RPW) Therapy, or also known as Softwave Therapy, is a treatment option that is noninvasive which means no surgeries. It’s also all-natural, meaning there is no medications involved. That means you can avoid prescriptions, medications, and invasive options to deal with your pain and injuries.
Softwave Therapy is a treatment that can be used on many parts of the body. There is no need for any special preparation before the shockwaves are delivered. You will likely experience some relief from your symptoms after just one treatment, with additional treatments providing even more relief.
If you’re looking for an alternative treatment option to help relieve your pain and promote healing, Softwave therapy may be right for you.
What Does Softwave Therapy Treat?
Softwave therapy can be very beneficial in treating a wide range of symptoms and injuries. Commonly it has been used to treat conditions like:
- Plantar fasciitis
- Achilles tendinopathy
- Patellar tendinopathy
- Golfer’s elbow
- Tennis elbow
- Heel spurs
- Shin splints
- Myofascial trigger points
Is Softwave Therapy Safe?
Softwave Therapy is a very safe treatment option that is noninvasive and does not involve any medication. It is an excellent choice for those who are looking for an alternative to surgery or medications to treat injuries or pain points in your body.
Is Softwave Therapy Painful?
Most people do not find Softwave therapy to be painful. You may experience some discomfort or soreness after treatment, but this is typically temporary and should subside within a few days.
How Does Softwave Therapy Work?
Softwaves work by creating an acoustic pressure shock that can help to break up calcium deposits, relieve muscle tension, and stimulate blood flow and collagen production. When shockwaves are applied to the body, they cause a micro-trauma to the tissue. This micro-trauma sets off a healing response that helps to reduce pain and inflammation, as well as promote natural healing.
The machine is designed to deliver shockwaves to the specific injured soft tissue. This helps to ensure that the shockwaves are effective in treating your condition. You will likely feel a pulsing sensation when the shockwaves are being delivered.
Softwave therapy is a good option for those who are looking for an alternative to surgery or medication for treating injuries or pain points. It can be especially beneficial for those with chronic pain or inflammation.
Get Softwave Therapy in Minot
If you’re dealing with any pain, injury, or another condition, you might benefit from receiving Softwave Therapy. Get in touch with our team and schedule a consultation with our practitioners to see if Softwave Therapy is a good option for you.
Contact us today to book your appointment!