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Sports Rehabilitation & Prevention

Soft Wave Stem Cell Therapy

 

What are the benefits of Unfocused ESWT?

Unfocused Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy, better known as “SoftWave,” is a patented noninvasive Stem Cell Therapy, that is proven to recruit and activate one’s own STEM cells, which leads to restoration to the area of concern without x-rays, needles, drugs, or surgery! A typical STEM cell injection can range from $3,000 – $12,000+ each. The effects of SoftWave ESWT are typically immediate and can last for a very long time at a fraction of the cost of invasive therapies!  Almost everyone who tries SoftWave Therapy will get positive results, so before spending a lot of time and money with another therapy or injection, SoftWave Shockwave Therapy should be the first option.

 

 

What is Unfocused Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy?

Unfocused Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (distinct from the far more limited Radial Pulse Wave Therapy, which is often incorrectly referred to as Shockwave therapy, as well as Focused ESWT), is a unique non-invasive solution for pain associated with the musculoskeletal system. This Therapy does NOT deliver electric shocks, but rather a unique type of mechanical pulses that travel through the tissue being treated, eliciting biologic responses central to the healing cascade. Unfocused ESWT gives a powerful anti-inflammatory response and improves blood flow by releasing vascular growth factors at the area of concern. Athletes and many others, dealing with chronic pain have found SoftWave Shockwave Therapy to be the pioneer in relief and speedy recoveries, with a 77%-90%+ success rate.


How will this affect me?

  1. Eliminate Pain
  2. Promote healing
  3. Improved microcirculation leading to an improved tissue metabolism
  4. Increase production of collagen
  5. Reduce muscle tension

 


How long will my treatment be?

95% of people only need 3-4 treatment sessions. A typical session is only 10 minutes.

We have seen results in our patients with…

  • Shoulder injuries
  • Golfer’s and Tennis Elbow
  • Knee Injuries
  • Tendon and ligament injuries
  • Muscle pain
  • Chronic Back and Neck Injuries
  • And MORE!