Radial Shockwave Therapy Proven To Reduce Pain And Inflammation FAST

Non-Invasive Treatment With More Impact In Less Time

Want to know if you’re a good fit for Shockwave Therapy?

What is Radial Shockwave and How Can it Help You?

Radial Shock Wave (RSW) aka Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) or EPAT (Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology), is a non-invasive treatment that can be used very effectively for pain management.

We use the CuraMedix Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology (EPAT®), which uses pressure waves to cause micro tears in the capillaries that supply nutrients to the tissue causing the body to release growth hormones to that area for faster healing.  It causes the body to pull all its resources to the area for faster healing time.

RSH helps to improve the regenerative potential, rather than further damage to the area that has degenerated because of poor blood flow, tissue injury, overuse or weakness.

Originally used to break up kidney stones, it was later found to have regenerative benefits on damaged tissues. The goal of RSW is to accelerate tissue healing and regeneration faster than the body could do on its own.

Radial shockwave is FDA approved and scientifically supported with research to be safe and effective treatment for muscle and tendon types of issues.


  • Dupytren’s disease  please add the highlight 
  • De Quervain’s tendinitis 
  • Wrist pain
  • Distal radius fractures and surgery 
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Trigger finger or trigger thumb 
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Lateral and medial epicondylitis (aka tennis elbow and golfer elbow)
  • Scars from burns, hand surgeries, knee surgeries, c-sections, and more
  • Frozen shoulder 
  • Rotator cuff tendinitis (calcific tendinosis)
  • Neck pain
  • Upper and Lower Back pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Knee pain or tendonitis
  • Shin splints
  • Wrist pain or tendonitis
  • sprains and strains
  • Spasticity from strokes and other spinal cord injuries

Don’t see your condition or injury? Just ask us.

Commonly Asked Questions About Shockwave

Shockwave therapy is considered safe and it’s non-invasive. However, like any medical procedure, there are some potential risks and side effects associated with shockwave therapy. Before we let you come in you have to talk to our specialist.. They will ask you all the pertinent questions so that you can be sure the treatment is right for you.


Contraindications!  We can not use shockwave on people with:

  • Pregnancies
  • Deep vein thrombosis (DVTs) 
  • Pacemakers
  • Occlusive vascular disease 
  • Tumors 


If you are not sure, it’s okay, we’ll be asking you questions to double check that you are a good fit for shockwave. 

Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment that can effectively alleviate pain and promote healing for various musculoskeletal conditions. It’s a state of the art technology that delivers focused and targeted energy pulses to the affected areas, stimulating tissue repair and regeneration. It’s especially great for any type of soft tissue injury (think strain, muscle soreness, tendinitis).

Yes. We recommend starting with EMTT to reset the cell, followed by Radial Shockwave to trigger the healing process, followed by therapeutic exercise to maximize the benefits.

Some people will feel the results after the first treatment, although it can take up to 4 weeks for pain relief to begin. The good news is your body will continue to heal for 3-4 months after you have completed your treatments. Over 80% of patients treated report to be pain free and/or have significant pain reduction.

People have reported relief for more than 2 years after treatment. Others, who have medical issues that predispose them to inflammation, will need more frequent sessions to help manage their pain.

Radial Shockwave have virtually no risks or side effects.

Currently no insurance carriers cover Radial Shock Wave. These are groundbreaking treatments that are newer to the medical field. Even if your physician prescribes it, it is not covered by insurance.

No! EMTT and Radial Shockwave are also highly effective for recent pain issues. These interventions are commonly used by professional athletes to decrease their recovery time and get them back on the field in less that half the time.

Radial Shockwave have been options for pain management in Europe for years, but were only approved for use in the United States in 2020. Since then they have been adopted by professional sports teams and regenerative medicine clinics. Due to their amazing outcomes, they are becoming more widely known.

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