Shockwave therapy uses focused sound waves directed at varying depths to provide a focused and pin-pointed deep tissue massage.  It leads to increased circulation and pain relief, both which support healing.  Many also experience reduced muscle tension and tightness, reduced inflammation, and improved range of motion.  The sound waves generated cannot be felt as they enter and pass through the body.  They converge at a controlled point within the soft tissue to produce an intense, extremely short duration pressure pulse that delivers therapeutic massage in areas difficult to reach by other methods.

Technicians Sara and Tara performing shockwave on a patient.