Shockwave Therapy

A non-surgical treatment, which delivers impulses of energy, targeted to specific damaged tissues, increasing blood flow to stimulate cell regeneration and healing.

Shockwave Treatment is currently only available at our Rayleigh Clinic.

Consultation & First Treatment – £50

  • Full Medical History
  • Examination
  • Diagnosis
  • First Treatment

ESWT Shockwave Therapy

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) is a non-invasive treatment where a hand-held device is applied to painful areas and promoting the body to heal itself.

“Shockwave therapy offers two main advantages over traditional methods: fewer potential complications and a faster return to normal activity” (FDA).

What are Shockwaves?

Shockwaves are high-energy sound waves which are transmitted to  the affected area to accelerate healing.

The treatment increases blood flow, decreases localised pain and stimulates cell regeneration – this encourages the body to heal itself. Shockwaves also break down injured tissue and calcifications.

Shockwave Treatment image for plantar fasciitis symptoms

What can Shockwave therapy help treat?

Shockwave therapy can treat both chronic and acute conditions in the hips, knees, shoulders, elbows, achilles, forearms, shins, back and feet.

  • Plantar Fasciitis (Heel Pain)
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Tennis Elbow & Golfers Elbow (Epicondylitis)
  • Bicep Tendonitis
  • Jumpers Knee (Patellar Tendonitis)
  • Shin Splints (Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome)
  • Periarticular Shoulder Pain

Treatment Fees

Shockwave Consultation – £50.00
Includes: • Medical History • Examination • Diagnosis • First treatment

Shockwave Treatments Package – £250.00
Includes: Consultation, 5x Shockwave Treatments plus 1x Massage Treatment

Subsequent Treatments – £50.00
Additional treatments are only available if you have previously completed a treatment package.

 

Clinic Times

Rayleigh Clinic
9 High Road, Rayleigh, SS6 7SA
01268 774 008

Wednesdays: 10.00am – 1.00pm

Shockwave Therapy Treatment image of consuktation

Please Note: Chiropractic treatment is not part of Shockwave Therapy Treatment.

The many benefits of Shockwave therapy

  • Clinically Proven
  • Safe and Largely Risk Free
  • Fast Treatment Times
  • Quick Recovery
  • Fewer potential complications
  • No anaesthesia required
  • Non-invasive treatment
  • No medication

Shockwave Therapy Consultation & First Treatment
Book Appointment – £50

Appointments only available at Rayleigh Clinic on Wednesdays 10am – 1pm

Your Consultation Includes: • Full Medical History • Examination • Diagnosis • First Treatment

We have procedures in place to ensure your visit to our clinics is as safe as possible for both you and us.
*X-Rays only taken if medically required,

Total to pay today: £50

Shockwave Treatment FAQ’s

How successful is the treatment?

Statistics vary based on the conditions being treated – varying from 60-90% success rate. Studies have shown Achilles Tendonitis (heel pain) will experience a full recovery or significant reduction in their pain and injury.

 

Is Shockwave therapy painful?

During treatment you may experience some discomfort but the pain should be tolerable. Due to the analgesic effect of Shockwave Therapy many patients report immediate pain relief following treatment.

 

How many sessions are needed?

The amount of treatment sessions will vary depending on the type of shockwave used and conditions being treated. As a general rule 3-6 treatment sessions are advised. Your body will progress in  the healing process even 2-3 months after treatment has stopped.

 

Can Shockwave treat old & persistent injuries?

Shockwaves can treat both long-term chronic conditions and newer injuries, there is a great deal of evidence to show that Shockwave Therapy can achieve great results even with historical conditions.

 

Contraindications

If any of the following apply to you then please notify your clinician prior to treatment: 

  • If you are pregnant or trying to conceive
  • If you are taking anto-coagulants such as Warfarin
  • If you are under 18 years of age
  • Malignant tumours
  • Nerve or circulation disorders
  • Infections