We have all the knowledge and equipment in-house to apply this relatively young treatment method safely and effectively. In recent years, shockwave therapy, also in the Tilburg area, has developed rapidly and successfully. Although there are still quite a few uncertainties about the healing effect of this therapy, this form of therapy has substantially changed the medical world. Advantages of shockwave therapy are its effectiveness, safety and the prevention of any surgery. Do you want to follow a shockwave therapy in Tilburg? Then easily make an appointment online.
How does a shockwave treatment in Tilburg work?
Shockwave therapy is a form of treatment in which your therapist in Tilburg uses a shockwave device. The head of this device is placed on the part of the body to be treated. This exposes this part of the body to powerful shock waves. By applying these shock waves, a repair mechanism will occur in the targeted tissue. This is because micro damage occurs to the tissue that activates the following processes: improved blood flow, renewed cell repair and increased metabolism. Shockwave therapy can help with chronic shoulder and shoulder pain, among other things neck complaints. Even when you suffer from knee complaints, such as pain in your kneecap, a shockwave treatment with us in Tilburg can offer a solution. In addition, the shock wave is also able to crush any calcifications in a tendon that can occur after long-term complaints.
Wondering if shockwave therapy can help you? Then contact us!
Shockwave therapy has multiple functions, but is especially effective for relieving long-term tendon complaints. Below is a list of some of the many treatment options. Are you interested in shockwave therapy at our practice in Tilburg? Make an appointment immediately via the online contact form or call us +31 (0)13 543 58 41. You can also ask us by phone if you have any questions.
- Chronic shoulder complaints, with or without calcium deposits
- Chronic elbow pain (tennis or golfer's elbow)
- Pain just below the kneecap (jumpers knee)
- Chronic Achilles tendon pain (achillodynia)
- Heel pain (heel spur), pain under the foot
- Chronic neck, shoulder or back pain and tension (trigger points)
- Tension headache
- Or other tendon conditions