PIEZOWAVE

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PiezoWave Therapy

PiezoWave in Morganville, NJ: Extracorporeal shockwaves have been used successfully to treat chronic pain syndromes since the beginning of the 1990s. Extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) and trigger point shockwave therapy (TPST) are highly effective, non-surgical procedures to treat chronic pain in the skeletal muscles. The PiezoWave has significantly expanded the range of applications available to treat myofascial pain syndromes. The extracorporeal focused shockwave permits precise diagnosis and treatment of active and latent trigger points. Trigger points are small, thickened, pain-sensitive areas in a tense muscle which can cause significant pain, even at some distance from the trigger point.

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Benefits of PiezoWave Therapy:
  • Plantar Fasciitis

  • Neck Pain

  • Carpal Tunnel

  • Elbow Pain

  • Shoulder Pain

  • Hip Pain

  • Scar Tissue Treatment

  • Muscular strains

  • Heel/foot pain

  • Runners knee/knee pain

  • Achilles tendonitis

  • Frozen shoulder/shoulder pain

  • mcl injuries

New Jersey Sports Chiropractic

REVOLUTIONARY FOCUSED PAIN RELIEVING THERAPY

PiezoWave Acoustic compression therapy offers a highly effective alternative to surgery & injections

How It Works

The PiezoWave system delivers a series of high-energy acoustic waves or pulses to a single focal point or area of damaged tissue. The treatment causes an inflammatory response in the targeted tissue. It breaks down the unhealthy, fibrotic tissue and increases blood flow to the area, promoting healing. 

Before considering expensive surgery, consider PiezoWave.

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The Overall Effect

The overall effect of the sound wave on fibrotic tissue is that it helps to break up the tissue without damaging healthy tissue. This procedure will be administered as the first line of treatment for patients with damaged or unhealthy tissue that is superficial enough for the PiezoWave to target effectively. 

 

Depending on the severity of your condition, one to 10 treatments may be needed.