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Initial Consultation & Treatment - £70 - 30 minutes

Follow up sessions - £70 - 30 minutes

Block of 3 sessions - £200

Block of 5 sessions - £300

Shockwave therapy is an evidence-based treatment that uses low pressure energy waves to stimulate healing in certain tissues of the body. The energy from the shockwaves promotes increased blood flow and tissue regeneration, which can help the body repair damaged tissues. Shockwave therapy is commonly used to treat conditions such as musculoskeletal injuries, tendonitis, and certain types of chronic pain. It's a non-invasive and relatively simple procedure that aims to accelerate the natural healing processes of the body.

Shockwave therapy has been used to treat a variety of medical conditions, particularly those involving musculoskeletal and soft tissue issues. Some of the common conditions that may be treated with shockwave therapy include:

  1. Tendonitis: Shockwave therapy is often employed to address conditions such as Achilles tendonitis, rotator cuff tendonitis, and patellar tendonitis. It helps to stimulate healing and reduce inflammation in the affected tendons.

  2. Plantar Fasciitis: This is a condition characterised by inflammation of the tissue on the bottom of the foot. Shockwave therapy can be beneficial in relieving pain and promoting healing in cases of plantar fasciitis.

  3. Calcific Shoulder Tendinopathy: Shockwave therapy may be used to break down calcifications in the shoulder tendons, reducing pain and improving shoulder function.

  4. Golfers and Tennis Elbow: Conditions like medial and lateral epicondylitis (commonly known as golfer's and tennis elbow) can be treated with shockwave therapy to reduce pain and promote healing in the affected elbow tendons.


Many patients report complete pain relief or significant pain reduction after only 2-3 sessions. 

FAQs - Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave is ideal for patients who have had symptoms for longer than 3 months and their pain is currently stable. Its important to know that to get the best results from Shockwave Therapy, exercise compliance is key. 

Shockwave is not recommended for those currently in acute pain, or those with serious injuries, muscles tears, ruptures etc. 

There is also a short list of contraindications - if you are unsure if Shockwave is suitable for you, please give us a call to discuss. 

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