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. 


Shockwave therapy is a highly effective treatment for a variety of disorders, including Achilles Tendinopathy, Plantar Fasciitis, and Calcific Tendonitis of the Shoulder. Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is a non-invasive procedure that relieves pain, restores full mobility, and significantly enhances quality of life, with positive results usually seen after only one or two sessions. Extracorporeal shockwave therapy, also known as acoustic wave therapy, is ideal for musculoskeletal pain relief. Shockwave technology is an effective therapy for chronic trochanteric pain syndrome because it improves healthy blood flow, the formation of new blood vessels, and inflammation.

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What Can Be Treated?

Shockwave Therapy has grown in popularity and accessibility as a result of its scientifically validated ability to produce fast and reliable results while requiring no medication and being non-invasive. Hover on the images to find out more about the injuries.


Plantar Fasciitis

The inflammation of the plantar fascia is linked to calcium deposits on the underside of your heel bone. Both of these symptoms will restrict your everyday activities. Shockwave therapy will treat both conditions at the same time, allowing you to get back to your normal routine quickly.

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome

The most common cause of medial tibial stress syndrome is behaviors that place a lot of stress on the tibialis anterior muscle. Quick walking or running are examples of these behaviors. Traditional treatment entails lengthy periods of rest and recovery; however, shockwave therapy needs considerably less time to recover.

Jumper's Knees

Jumper's knee is a condition in which the patellar tendon becomes inflamed or damaged, resulting in discomfort and a decreased range of motion. This disorder, which is difficult to treat, can interfere with or even end your patient's sporting career, regardless of age. Shockwave therapy is a simple and effective treatment option. Patients receive complete relief after the first session, and the cause and pain disappear after many sessions.

Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome

Muscles and tendons in the hip may become overused with age and usage, or cartilage can break down and become weakened. Hip pain may be caused by any of these conditions. Shockwave therapy can help to speed up the healing process, reduce inflammation, relieve discomfort, and avoid hip replacement surgery.

Calcific Tendonitis

Calcific Tendonitis, often known as calcific tendinitis, is a chronic pain condition triggered by calcifications in the rotator cuff tendons, which causes pain and restricts range of motion. Shockwave therapy triggers pain relief by stimulating the normal healing process by increasing blood flow and breaking up calcium deposits on the tendon.

Myofascial Pain Syndromes

Myofascial pain syndrome is a musculoskeletal system-related chronic pain disease. It may cause severe pain, muscle knots, and sleep disturbances. After a few sessions, shockwave therapy is helpful in relieving pain for myofascial pain syndrome sufferers. Musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders affect the joints, bones, and muscles, as well as autoimmune diseases and back pain. In research, ESWT has been shown to be highly successful in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, with symptoms improving rapidly after treatment.
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Chronic Tendinopathy

Chronic tendinopathies, such as Achilles Tendinopathy and Hamstring Tendinopathy, may be caused by accumulated microtraumas from repeated overloading. Shockwave therapy has been shown to be effective in treating tendon inflammation as well as cellular damage. Shockwave therapy reduces the pain associated with tendinopathies while also improving functionality and quality of life.

Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is a widespread ailment that affects as many as 10% of the population. Unfortunately, conventional care for epicondylitis entails medicine (painkillers and steroid injections), a lengthy recovery time, and frequent follow-up treatments. Shockwave therapy, on the other hand, offers pain relief and cure in a shorter amount of time.

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.

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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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What People Say
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I have seen several TCM for the persistent ankle condition but was unable to get a long lasting recovery effect until i tried ESWT. The results was amazing and i felt great just after one session. Most importantly, the pain has been greatly removed and i can get back to my favourite sports. Highly recommended to anyone suffering from any form of chronic pain especially sportsmen.

Alan. N, 49 y.o.


I had a good first session. Joseph was thorough and professional in his assessment. The treatment worked and it got me a step closer to recovery.. In fact, I am looking forward to the next ESWT session.

Raveen Mannar, 36 y.o.


ESWT has worked wonders for my chronic plantar fasciitis condition. Being an avid runner, competing in local and overseas marathons, I know the important of treating the source of my injuries. But very few methods have worked well - they are mostly superficial, short-term relief. ESWT does the opposite - it is geared for long-term recovery and accelerates tissue repair. I am back on track and feeling better than ever!

A. Mizra, 32 y.o.

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