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Gain Relief

Step to Recovery

Enhanced Healing with Shockwave Therapy


Reduce Inflammation
A Component of Comprehensive Care

ESWT Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave therapy is a non-surgical approach to pain relief, which uses acoustic waves to stimulate healing in injured tissues, making it a safe alternative to invasive procedures.

  • Non-invasive

  • Promotes healing

  • Long-term effect

The effects of shockwave therapy varies from patient to patient.  Most patients experience benefit after around six weeks.


Shockwave therapy works by delivering acoustic waves to the affected area of the body.

These waves create microtrauma at the cellular level, which stimulates the body's natural healing response.

This process can increase blood flow, promote tissue regeneration, and reduce pain.

Unlike temporary pain relief solutions, shockwave therapy aims to address the root causes of pain, resulting in sustained improvement in function and reduction of symptoms over time.

Balanced Approach

Shockwave therapy reaches its full potential when combined with a detailed biomechanical assessment and the support of custom orthotics and physiotherapy.

The biomechanical assessment pinpoints the specific structural issues causing pain.

Custom orthotics then work to correct these imbalances, aiding the shockwave treatment in addressing the precise areas of discomfort.

Physiotherapy complements this by reinforcing proper movement and strengthening muscles, creating a synergistic effect that promotes lasting foot health and pain relief.

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