Rotator Cuff Tears, Tennis and Golfer's Elbow
Wrist Tendonitis and Hand Arthritis
Radial Pressure Wave Therapy produces a sound wave, focused into your body, at a specific frequency and intensity to stimulate new blood vessel growth, cellular regeneration, and a trigger of the healing part of your immune response. Conditions where the healing has slowed, chronic pain that has lasted a few months, and inflammation and swelling that has not resolved, are perfect for Radial Pressure Wave Therapy as a treatment option.
If you have tried other treatments but your pain persists, or returns, your healing process might be stalled and need a 'boost'. Steroids reduce inflammation but can delay healing. You can try PRP injections or other injectables guided by x-ray imaging to try and affect healing. OR you can try a painless therapy that is FDA approved to treat chronic pain in the shoulder, Tennis and Golfer's Elbow, and other tendonitis problems of the arm and hand.
Long term effectiveness of R-PWT is excellent as it stimulates regeneration of tissue and healing, compared to therapies that temporarily reduce pain and inflammation.
Here are what patients are saying about SWT.
I had stopped progressing with treatment until trying Shockwave Therapy. My first treatment series I started with my most painful shoulder. After one treatment, by the next week, my left shoulder was my better shoulder. I am sleeping better and am back to riding my mountain bike!
After hitting the ground behind the ball 17 years ago and dealing with chronic Golfer's Elbow, by the 3rd treatment my pain was completely gone.
The treatments were mild to no discomfort and no worse than my usual pain.
I can play as many games as I want without pain!
One year ago I had a severe fall while fishing tearing my rotator cuff and needing surgery. After two bouts of therapy I was still in pain and had limited shoulder motion. After shockwave therapy I have full mobility and am back to fishing!
Thank you Cornerstone!
Mike, returned to fishing
The Cornerstone Physical Therapy Doctors start with an evaluation to get a baseline of your pain and function. This includes a Diagnostic Ultrasound to check your injured area for tendon or joint damage, inflammation and swelling, and depth of the treatment area, to plan a successful Shockwave Therapy treatment series.
The cost of the evaluation is $100. Click the link below and our team will reach out to you!