Shockwave Therapy Mississauga - Bristol Rehab and Physiotherapy Clinic

Shockwave Therapy Mississauga

OUR SHOCKWAVE THERAPY SERVICES INVOLVE THE EVALUATION OF YOUR INJURY, PAIN MANAGEMENT, AND RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF OPTIMAL PHYSICAL FUNCTION AND MOVEMENT.

OUR SHOCKWAVE THERAPISTS WILL HELP YOU BEGIN YOUR JOURNEY TOWARDS ENHANCED MOBILITY AND A HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE.

Shockwave Therapy Mississauga

If you are looking for shockwave therapy Mississauga you are on right place. At Bristol Rehab and Physiotherapy clinic, our qualified and registered shockwave therapists provide highly effective physiotherapy services. The physiotherapists at our Bristol location are fully trained and practiced in the treatment of a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Tennis Elbow
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Golfer’s elbow
  • Jumper’s knee
  • Hip pain
  • Shin pain
  • Heel pain
  • Chronic neck dysfunction
  • Bursitis

 

What is Shockwave Therapy?

If you’re feeling persistent pain from a chronic condition, you’ll have experienced numerous challenges in everyday life. Even attending a simple social occasion with friends and family can become extremely difficult, and the pain is often enough to keep you from enjoying your daily activities. Shockwave therapy, also called Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy, is a treatment for certain bone conditions and chronic soft tissue injuries. Shockwave therapy Mississauga could be the best choice for you.

How Does Shockwave Treatment in Mississauga Work?

Shockwave therapy treatment Mississauga is one of the few safe options to breakdown scar tissue. This is important because scar tissue can prevent normal function and movement. They may even affect the nearby tissue, causing further pain and damage. Contact today to book your appointment for Shockwave Therapy Mississauga. After treatment, you may experience some temporary soreness or tenderness which may last several days as shockwave stimulates the body’s natural healing response. Shockwave therapy should not be used if there is a circulatory or nerve disorder, infection, bone tumor or a metabolic bone condition, open wounds or pregnancy.

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