The Swiss Dolorclast Method

The ultimate solution in Shockwave Therapy

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ESWT has been found to bring relief in most patients after just a few sessions, even in patients suffering from chronic pain.

This is a non invasive therapy which activates a self-healing process where pain occurs and achieves significant results

A shockwave is a single acoustic pulse chartered by a rrapidrise to a high peak pressure followed by a rapid drop to below ambient pressure. They are sent to the affected area from the point of contact on the skins surface.

The Swiss Dolorclast Method uses single acoustic pressure waves to treat musculoskeletal and dermatological pathologies. It offers and combines two technologies - the propogation of radial and/or focused shock waves - to optimise treatment results.

Conditions Suitable for Swiss Dolorclast Shockwave Therapy

1.

Plantar Fasciopathy

2.

Achilles Tendonitis

3.

Patella Tendinopathy

4.

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome

5.

Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome

6.

Osgood Schlatters Disorder

7.

Low Back Pain

8.

Cellulite

9.

Upper Back Pain

10.

Pseudoradicular Lower Back Pain

11.

Subacromial Pain Syndrome

12.

Calcifying Tendonitis Of The Shoulder

13.

Tennis Elbow

14.

Golfer Elbow

15.

Myofascial Trigger Points

16.

Wound Healing

Please note: all potential shockwave therapy clients must have an MSK Initial Consultation in the first instance. This is to ensure you have an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan to ensure shockwave therapy is a viable option for you. In most instances your first session of shockwave therapy will be within this consultation if deemed appropriate.

If you have been referred to us from another clinician for shockwave therapy please ensure you bring either a referral from the clinician or a copy of your notes/diagnosis.