Relief Pain Therapy for Pain and Injuries

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Pain Therapy for Pain and Injuries

Relief Wave™ Acoustic Wave Pain Therapy

Acute and Chronic Pain Treatment

The Taylor Medical Group offers a non-invasive cutting edge treatment called Relief Wave™ for pain and injuries. This FDA-approved technology uses sound waves to penetrate deep into injured tissues. It can treat and improve acute and chronic pain, inflammation, and injuries. This breakthrough treatment is revolutionary. This fills the gaps for those that have not responded to standard pain relief therapies. It is helpful for old and new injuries. Acoustic wave therapy can prevent injuries for athletes and active individuals.

Acoustic wave therapy is a non-surgical therapy that uses a stream of pulsed sound waves. It breaks up old scar tissue and promotes blood flow back to the affected area. Patients may experience immediate pain relief but the healing response usually requires 6-8 weeks. For more information take a look at the video above.

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Acoustic Wave Pain Therapy Advantages May Include:

  • Alleviation of musculoskeletal pain
  • Improves mobility
  • Non-invasive
  • Reduces the need for pain medication
  • May provide fast  pain relief
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Short therapy time of approx. 10-20 min.
  •  Patient-guided focused therapy

Acoustic Wave Pain Therapy Benefits May Include:

  • New Blood Vessel Formation
  • Reversal of Chronic Inflammation
  • Release of Trigger Points
  • Decrease Pain Mediator P Substance
  • Stimulation of Collagen Production
  • Dissolution of Calcified Fibroblasts
  • Decreases P Substance
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Acoustic Wave Pain Therapy May Help Those Suffering from due to :

Back, shoulder, and neck pain Tennis elbow Frozen Shoulder Groin Pain Trigger Point Therapy Rotator Cuff Tendonitis Golfer’s Elbow Chronic Deep Tissue Muscle Pain Jumper’s Knee Tendonitis Hip Tendonitis Achilles Tendonitis Shin Splints Heel Spur Scar Tissue Morton’s Neuroma Tendon and ligament injury or strain Muscle injuries, strains, and spasms Plantar fasciitis Carpel tunnel syndrome Sciatic pain Migraine headaches.

What to Expect

• A typical treatment takes between 10 and 30 minutes.
• Normally, 1-2 treatments per week are performed.
• A total of 3-6 treatments may be necessary followed by maintenance treatments are recommended for lasting improvements.

Are there known side effects of shockwave therapy?

Treatment side-effects are limited to reddened skin and/or minor soreness at the treatment site. However, some patients may experience pain or discomfort that a few days after the treatment that usually resolves with ice packs. In some cases, a Medrol pack may be prescribed to help with inflammation and pain.

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