Sound waves, also known as Extracorporeal Shockwaves (ESW), are sparks produced by a short energy wave, which breaks the speed of the sound within a watery environment.
Treatment is conducted by a certified technician, who affixes a handle to the desired area. This handle produces shockwaves, which in turn generate a micro-trauma in the cell membranes, releasing substances that encourage the body to heal itself, by producing new and stronger tissues.
Shockwave treatments are non-intrusive, non-invasive and have no side effects.
Care offers two types of shockwave treatments