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Shockwave Therapy For Shin Splints

Shin splints (medial tibial stress syndrome) refers to pain along the shin bone (tibia), and often occur in athletes who have intensified or changed their training or playing routines. And can also affect people who do not exercise normally but have increased their physical activities. The increased activity or intensity overworks the muscles, tendons, and bone tissue.

Some of the symptoms of shin splints are tenderness, pain or soreness along the side of the shin bone, and sometimes there is mild swelling. At first the pain may stop once physical activity stops, but the pain could become continuous and could progress to a stress reaction or stress fracture.

While most cases can be treated with rest, ice, anti-inflammatories, proper footwear, and modifying training routines. Some cases may need additional treatment.

Swiss DolorClast for Tibial Stress Syndrome (Shin Splints)

Patients who do not respond to conventional treatment methods, including reducing activity, medication, icing, etc. should consider Swiss DolorClast shockwave therapy.

The Swiss DolorClast® Method uses single acoustic pressure waves, called shock waves, to treat musculoskeletal and dermatological pathologies. This shock wave therapy works by delivering a mechanical stress to injured tissues enabling immediate pain relief and creates a healing reaction within the body.

The Swiss DolorClast is the most well researched shockwave therapy and has a combination of unique technologies, clinically proven protocols that ensure significant improvement to musculoskeletal and dermatological indications.

It is clinically proven that when pressure waves are applied to injured tissues stimulate healing reactions. This healing works by:
– Reducing the pain felt by nerve fibers
– Increasing the blood circulation in surrounding soft tissues
– Triggers stem cell activation which triggers the healing process
– Uses focused shock waves and/or radial shock waves

Focused Shock Waves are generally used to treat targeted deep painful conditions, while Radial Shock Waves are ideal for most of the problems seen in clinics. Radial Shock Waves do not penetrate as deep.

The Swiss DolorClast Method can be used to treat shin splints by sending waves of energy to the painful area. These pressure pulses, also known as shockwaves, stimulate blood fllow and helping the problem areas to heal.

Shockwave therapy requires no surgery or downtime and is administered through the Swiss DolorClast device. A treatment plan should be created by you for your patients after they are fully assessed by you and your staff. The treatment itself only takes a few minutes and patients should complete your treatment plan for the best results.

By choosing the Swiss DolorClast for your practice, you will be able to treat your patients with the best quality of shockwave therapy. The Swiss DolorClast Method has been tried, tested, and proven as an effective system for pain relief and injury recovery.

If you are a healthcare professional that is interested in offering Swiss DolorClast Shockwave Therapy to your patients and growing your business by having the ability to treat several ailments in your practice, contact us today to learn more. We also have leasing options available.