Accelerate Healing With Pressure Wave Therapy

small-img-2[1]There are no side effects with this non surgical treatment and it is available at a reasonable cost. Pressure wave treatments are non invasive and promote accelerated recovery of injured soft tissue, bone, heel and joint pain.
A pressure wave is an intense, but very short energy wave traveling faster than the speed of sound The basic technology involved with extracorporeal pressure wave technology has been used for decades on millions of people.

Therapy sessions are short, usually 4 — 5 minutes in length, and provide successful relief of chronic pain and restore mobility painlessly. Permanent relief typically begins about 72 hours following treatment.

75%-95% Success Rate

Conditions That Can Be Treated By Pressure Wave TherapyMASTERPULS_ultra_9[1]

  • Heel pain
  • Achilles pain
  • Scar tissue treatment
  • Elbow pain
  • Knee pain
  • Shin pain
  • Non Healing Ulcers
  • Shoulder pain
  • Muscle pain
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain


  • Non surgical treatment
  • No side effects
  • Accelerates healing
  • Affordable

The causes of pain can be very complex, and there are many structures in the back that can cause pain. The following test procedures are used to test and evaluate the cause of pain: 

X-rays can be very effective in diagnosing traumatic bone and joint injuries such fractures and dislocations.   An X-Ray provides images that can be used to evaluate bones, joints and degenerative lesions in the spine.

A myelogram uses X-rays and a special dye called contrast material to make pictures of the bones and the fluid-filled space between the bones in your spine. A myelogram may be done to find problems with the spine such as a herniated disc, or narrowing of the spinal canal caused by arthritis.

An MRI is a common test to evaluate the lumbar spine.  MRI’s can be used to evaluate vertebral bones, discs, joints, nerves, and soft tissue

CT scans may be requested when problems are suspected in the bones or when a patient is unable to obtain an MRI

A discography is a medical procedure that involves injecting a dye into the jellylike center of a spinal disc to help diagnose back problems. During discography, a doctor looks at the amount of pressure needed to inject the dye into the disc, whether it causes pain that is the same as your regular pain, how much dye is used, and how the dye appears on X-ray once it is inside the disc.

An electromyogram (EMG) measures how well and how fast the nerves can send electrical signals. If you have leg pain or numbness, you may have these tests to find out how much your nerves are being affected. These tests check how well your spinal cord, nerve roots, and nerves and muscles that control your legs are working.

Bone mineral density (BMD) testing generally correlates with bone strength and is used to diagnose osteoporosis

A bone scan is a test to help find the cause of your back pain. It can be done to find damage to the bones. A bone scan can often find a problem days to months earlier than a regular X-ray test.

Patients all over the area are encouraged to experience our non-invasive treatments.

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