Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy

Conventional physical therapy alone is unlikely to produce effective, rapid results – especially for the elderly who may have mobility issues, or busy working professionals. Whether you are suffering from plantar fasciitis or looking for cellulite removal, ESWT provides a safe and non-invasive method to achieve your objectives.

Treatable Injuries

ESWT is safe and effective across a range of chronic and degenerative musculoskeletal conditions.

  • Degenerative Conditions
  • Sports Injuries
  • Post-stroke Rehabilitation
  • Aesthetics

Typically occurring on the back or underside of your heel, heel pain tends to result from chronic overuse. Ankle pain or sprain occurs when forceful twisting leads to ligament tears in the ankle. ESWT is clinically proven to stimulate tissue repair and blood circulation around the foot and heel areas.

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Sports injuries are a common complaint among athletes, especially in high-performance competitive sports teams. ESWT has already been introduced to professional sporting bodies, including the Olympics, to reduce the recovery lag in between injuries so that athletes can be in peak form.

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Muscle spasticity is common among post-stroke patients. With spasticity, it is difficult for patients to resume many activities of daily living and are precluded from meaningful job activities. There is a high level of clinical evidence suggesting that ESWT significantly reduces muscle spasticity and improves motor recovery in post-stroke patients.

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Dimpling and wrinkling of the skin around the thighs and buttocks of post-adolescent women is often regarded as aesthetically displeasing. Cellulite, while harmless, is a cosmetic concern. ESWT is capable of remodelling the skin collagen to treat cellulite and smoothen dimpled skin. Increasing firmness and a smoother appearance has been demonstrated in 2-4 weeks of treatment.

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  • Degenerative Conditions
  • Sports Injuries
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Post-stroke Rehabilitation
  • Aesthetics
  • Pets

Typically occurring on the back or underside of your heel, heel pain tends to result from chronic overuse. Ankle pain or sprain occurs when forceful twisting leads to ligament tears in the ankle. ESWT is clinically proven to stimulate tissue repair and blood circulation around the foot and heel areas.

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Sports injuries are a common complaint among athletes, especially in high-performance competitive sports teams. ESWT has already been introduced to professional sporting bodies, including the Olympics, to reduce the recovery lag in between injuries so that athletes can be in peak form.

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Erectile Dysfunction is a common and treatable condition affecting nearly 1 in 5 men in Singapore. Commonly, men suffering from diabetes or high blood pressure are at higher risk of developing vasculogenic ED, where blood flow to penile tissue is impaired. Almost 70% of men develop this particular variant of ED. 

If your ED is vasculogenic, there is a high chance that shockwave therapy will help you achieve normal erectile function. ESWT uses short bursts of high-energy soundwaves to promote blood circulation around the penile tissues. 

ESWT is also useful for Peyronie’s Disease (Abnormal Penis Curvature), Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome and Penile Rejuvenation.

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Muscle spasticity is common among post-stroke patients. With spasticity, it is difficult for patients to resume many activities of daily living and are precluded from meaningful job activities. There is a high level of clinical evidence suggesting that ESWT significantly reduces muscle spasticity and improves motor recovery in post-stroke patients.

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Dimpling and wrinkling of the skin around the thighs and buttocks of post-adolescent women is often regarded as aesthetically displeasing. Cellulite, while harmless, is a cosmetic concern. ESWT is capable of remodelling the skin collagen to treat cellulite and smoothen dimpled skin. Increasing firmness and a smoother appearance has been demonstrated in 2-4 weeks of treatment.

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ESWT has been proven effective in humans, horses and increasing in smaller domestic pets like dogs for treating ligament and joint pains. ESWT is an alternative non-surgical treatment for many domestic pets, providing immediate pain relief and lasting benefits after two weeks of treatment.

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Want to speed up your
recovery? Consider ESWT Consider Shockwave.

Conventional treatment has its limits. It often takes weeks to months before real recovery becomes noticeable. There’s a better, faster solution. Decades of medical research has shown that shockwave therapy accelerates deep musculoskeletal recovery in patients across many chronic conditions.

Explore the science behind shockwave therapy

Using short bursts of high-energy soundwaves to promote angiogenesis and improve blood circulation, ESWT launches the injured tissue into natural regeneration mode. Decades of medical research have demonstrated ESWT’s safety and efficacy.

Compact & Flexible Device

MASTERPULS® ONE, the new radial pressure wave system, was designed with a clear focus on maximum ease of use, compact design, high efficiency, and perfect mobility in mind. 

The MASTERPULS® ONE is ideal for treating all standard indications as a compact and flexible pressure wave starter model.

ESWT is commonly used for pain recovery but its applications extend beyond facilitating deep musculoskeletal tissue regeneration.

  • Foot & Ankle
  • Knee, Thighs & Lower Legs
  • Pelvis & Hip
  • Shoulder and Upper Arm
  • Lower Arm & Hand
  • Back & Neck

Foot & Ankle

Typically occurring on the back or underside of your heel, heel pain tends to result from chronic overuse. Ankle pain or sprain occurs when forceful twisting leads to ligament tears in the ankle. ESWT is clinically proven to stimulate tissue repair and blood circulation around the foot and heel areas.

Medical Conditions:

Heel Spurs | Plantar Fasciitis | Achilles Tendonitis

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Knee, Thigh & Lower Leg

Inflamed tendons and joints around the thigh, knee and lower legs could result in intense pain and chronic injuries. Whether the cause of inflammation is injury or ill-fitting shoes, it is important to stimulate healthy blood circulation around the inflamed regions. ESWT accelerates this process non-surgically and non-invasively.

Medical Conditions:

Shin Splints | Patellar Tendonitis | Iliotibial Band Syndrome | Knee Osteoarthritis

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Pelvis & Hip

Inflamed tendons and joints around the pelvis and hip areas could cause difficulty in movement and noticeable swelling and pain. Applying ESWT over the inflamed regions can activate the body’s natural healing process.

Medical Conditions:

Bursitis

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Shoulder & Upper Arm

The scarring and swelling of the shoulder tendon or joint can cause acute pain and loss of range and motion on the shoulder and elbows, worsened by prolonged immobilisation. ESWT can break apart the scar tissue and promote deep tissue regeneration around these joints.

Medical Conditions:

Frozen Shoulder | Tennis Elbow | Golfer’s Elbow

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Lower Arm, Wrist & Fingers

Inflamed tendons in the finger or wrist could be the result of overuse, trauma, infection or inflammatory disease. ESWT can be applied on targeted areas of the hands and wrists to promote blood circulation around the inflamed areas and stimulate metabolism.

Medical Conditions:

Wrist Pain | Trigger Fingers | Carpal Tunnel Syndrome | Hand Arthritis

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Back & Neck

Overstraining the back by muscle injury or ligament tear could cause acute and chronic back pains. Similarly, it is usual to experience wear and tear of the neck joints with age. ESWT can be generally applied to alleviate neck and back pains by encouraging deep tissue regeneration.

Medical Conditions:

Lower Back Pain | Neck Pain

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