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It a proven non-invasive alternative to surgery that breaks down injured tissue and calcifications as well as initiating increased blood circulation to the area which in turn accelerates the body's own healing processes.
Typically a course of Shockwave Therapy consists of three visits - over a three week period. Many patients experience significant relief after one treatment. The healing process is a cumulative one ; therefore, patients will probably need at least three sessions and continue to display results weeks after ending their treatment.
The actual shockwave treatment lasts between five and ten minutes. The procedure is non invasive and virtually painless and the intensity of the treatment can be adjusted to ensure that it is a comfortable as possible . Remember, these are sound waves not "electrical shocks"
One of the greatest benefits of using radial shockwave therapy is that there are limited side effects, aside from occasionally some post treatment soreness or mild reddening at the treatment site which, is short lived lasting no longer than four to twenty four hours.

The non-invasive nature of Shockwave Therapy makes it a beneficial alternative to consider for those who are considering more aggressive treatments such as surgery or corticosteroid injections.
Shockwave Therapy is recognised by NICE, the Governments Health watchdog. Current research reports success rates between 65 and 91% in reducing patient’s pain and symptoms after a course of 3-5 sessions

Whilst we would expect a positive clinical outcome, there is a chance that treatment may not improve your symptoms.  
Until recently, Shockwave Therapy
was only available in only a few consultant lead clinics and was an expensive treatment choice. 

We are one of the first physio clinics to be able to offer this effective treatment and at a very competitive price of £80 per session

A course of 3 pre-paid sessions is available at only £199
A ShockWave is a mechanical pulse, it's not an electric shock!

This amazingly effective treatment for tendon and soft tissue problems uses high-intensity sound waves to improve metabolism and blood circulation, which stimulate the body's own repair mechanisms and allows it to do a better job of healing itself - at a greatly increased rate - particularly in the case of chronic, longstanding conditions.

It is used extensively for treating injuries in professional sport where fast return to action is of paramount importance. But it's not only for the professional athlete, everyone with soft tissue injuries can benefit from the accelerated healing and enjoy a faster return to pre-injury activity levels

Knee Pain - Patellar tendonitis is just one of the many conditions that this remarkable therapy can help to successfully resolve
Shock-wave therapy is very effective treatment for calcifying tendinitis of the shoulder - watch this video
High success rates

Research into the effectiveness of shockwave therapy has shown high success rates and excellent long-term results. It's an excellent, non-invasive treatment option to consider for the treatment of conditions like tennis elbow, achilles tendonitis, rotator cuff, patellar tendonitis, plantar fasciitis or jumpers knee which sometimes fail to respond to standard treatments and can become chronic problems that limit sports and everyday activities.

The Benefits of SW Therapy

SW Therapy delivers fast effective results, in many cases, there will be an immediate reduction in pain, as well as improved mobility and functionality it's:-
  • Non invasive - no injections required
  • Drug Free treatment
  • Non-Surgical - No lengthy recovery period
  • No risks normally associated with anaesthetics
  • Fast effective results (normally only requiring 3-4 sessions)
  • Performed in our Clinic - no hospital admission
  • Convenient appointments - no time off work

Will ShockWave Therapy Help You?
  • Do you have pain in your heel, elbow?
  • Have you been diagnosed with tennis or golfers elbow, shoulder tendinosis or calcification, shin splints, jumpers Patellar tendonitis, achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis or hallux rigidus (stiff big toe)?
  • Have you tried other treatments which have failed to resolve your pain?

If the answer YES to any of the above then it could help you!

Anatomie are one of the few physiotherapy clinics to be able to offer ShockWave Therapy - For more information please feel free to speak to one of our clinical specialists
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