Radial Shockwave Therapy (RSWT) is the most common form of shockwave therapy available. Portable, cost-effective and efficient, radial shockwave therapy can effectively treat many musculoskeletal problems and injuries.
Radial shockwave is ballistically generated, meaning that it is formed from a projectile mechanically hitting a transmitter. The pressure waves emitted from the transmitter impact on the surface of the skin and propagate downwards into the deeper tissues, towards the intended area for treatment.
Choice of the appropriate transmitter also plays a very important part of the treatment. Each transmitter is made up of different materials, each of which affects the depth and shape of the shockwave.
There are also specialized transmitters available, such as the fascial transmitters, which address imbalances and distortions in the deep connective tissues of the body arising from injuries or incorrect biomechanical movements and habits. These transmitters aid in smoothing out these imbalances, greatly restoring range of body movement and reducing muscular pains.
We hope that all of you and your loved ones have been healthy and safe during the Circuit Breaker. With the lifting of Circuit Breaker restrictions from 2nd of June 2020, our clinics will be open 9am to 6pm, Monday through Saturday.
We will continue to provide you with the best possible care available while maintaining the highest possible health and safety standards for the well-being of our patients and staff.
Please call us if you have any questions or concerns about your care, we are always ready to help!
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