Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave therapy is a high intensity sound wave transmitted from a probe through the skin where it stimulates blood flow to injured areas which creates an ideal environment for healing, tissue repair and pain reduction.

Dan Everson Podiatry uses this technology at its Maroochydore clinic to treat musculoskeletal conditions such as heel pain, Achilles tendonitis, and shin splints. It is a non-invasive treatment with few negative side effects, and the ability to prove effective for conditions usually difficult to treat.

The shock waves are applied to the skin using a hand piece or applicator which is held by your podiatrist. You could expect a treatment session to take around 10 minutes, with many clients reporting results a week after their session. Most podiatry clients require several session to address their concern.