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Have you been living with pain? Shockwave Therapy is the answer you have been looking for! – Keswick Therapy



How does it work?

Shockwave Therapy uses high amplitude pulses of mechanical energy (termed “shockwave”) to treat a growing number of tendon, joint and muscle conditions.

The Shockwave machine stimulates the growth of new blood vessels and nerve cells.  Nerves undergo micro trauma and this leads to inflammatory processes associates with removing damaged tissue stimulating healing.


Have you been Living in Pain?

Shockwave Therapy uses ground breaking technology to treat and often eliminate many orthopaedic, urology, and cardiology conditions.

If you are living with pain that you have been unable to find relief from with traditional manual therapies, Shockwave Therapy is the answer you are looking for.

Get relief in just ONE treatment, and often see complete healing within a few short sessions!

Shockwave Therapy is non-invasive, without side effects and promotes long term healing within a few short sessions!


What does shockwave therapy treat?

Get fast relief from many chronic pain conditions:

  • Calcifications
  • Heel Spurs, Heel Pain, Plantar Fasciitis
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Jumpers Knee
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Tendinitis
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Hip Pain
  • Revascularization of feet (for diabetes)

And so much more…….


The Benefits of Shockwave Therapy:

Radial Pressure waves offer a non invasive treatment solution for long term insertion and soft tissue pathologies.  Local Treatment of the affected area will enhance and reset the healing patter.

Pain Reduction:  You will experience a reduction of pain due to the gate Control Theory.  Intensive pulses from the transmitter into the tissue, create a strong nociceptor activation which affects interneurons that transmit pain signals.

Increased Metabolism:   Shockwaves influence the tissue on a cellular level.  The Chemical environment of the cells is affected by free radicals promoting the release of pain and inflammatory inhibiting substances.

Revascularisation: Repeated shockwaves to the affected area create a revascularisation effect, with the new blood flow in the area promoting tissue healing and regeneration.

Reduced muscle tone:  The “Vicious Circle”, as well as the strong pathological association between pain and muscle tone, will be broken ad lead to restoring a normalized muscular tone.






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