Purpose of PiezoWave
Technology

Also known as “radial pulse wave therapy,” PiezoWave is an extremely effective, non-invasive solution for musculoskeletal pain. In a series of high-energy percussion waves, delivering a precise deep tissue massage, these acoustic waves compress and manipulate the target tissue at varying depths. The result is a breakdown of painful scar tissue and calcified tissue, increased circulation, reduced pain, stimulated metabolic activity and a healthy inflammatory response to facilitate healing.

Do you have sore muscles, a nagging tendonitis problem, or plantar fasciitis? Try our PiezoWave!


Treats Discomfort From

  • Muscle tightness and restrictions
  • Tendinopathy
  • Trigger Points
  • Repetitive stress injuries
  • Soft tissue strains
  • Bone spurs of the shoulder
  • Bursitis
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Tennis elbow
  • Heel Spurs
  • Chronic inflammation of tendons


How It Works

The length of PiezoWave appointments vary based on the machine’s settings and the condition being addressed. Generally, appointments range from 10 to 20 minutes, including setup time. The technician will apply conductive gel to your skin and will begin your treatment. It is not uncommon to experience some slight discomfort during treatment based on the condition treated, and resolves within a few minutes.

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Shoulder Bone Spurs and PiezoWave

Using a randomized, single blind study method, this study determined that PiezoWave technology can reduce or resolve bone spurs in the rotator cuff. This is remarkable because it is the only non-surgical way to treat bone spurs.

American Journal of Sports Medicine 2005 Sep;33(9):1365-8. Click to Read Study

Plantar Fasciitis and PiezoWave

This meta-analysis compares using steroid injections to PiezoWave technology for plantar fasciitis by compiling data from multiple studies. Three months after the initial treatment, patients were using their foot normally, no matter which treatment they received. The patients who had PiezoWave technology had less pain than those who had steroid injections.

Archives of Ortho and Trauma Surgery 2019; 139(4): 529–536 Click to Read Study

Well Studied and Effective Treatment

PiezoWave technology is very well researched with over 250 studies. It is effective in treating chronic injuries that are notorious for being difficult to resolve, or otherwise require surgical interventions.

Practical Pain Management Vol. 14, Issue 9 Click To Read Article

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