Accelerate Healing with Shockwave Therapy with 81%-95% Success Rate in Removing Pain

Chronic muscle and joint pain is one of today’s most common sources of discomfort and debilitation. The vast majority of people experience chronic muscle or joint pain at some point in their life. At these times, life can become increasingly difficult and uncomfortable.

Thankfully, effective natural treatments are available. The experienced specialists at Bovaird Health Clinic in Brampton make use of state-of-the-art shockwave technology to cure chronic pains in as little as 72 hours. Our unique extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ECST) device has been effective in treating up to 95% of all chronic pain conditions. Shockwave therapy sessions are short and non-invasive, usually no more than 5-10 minutes in length. They provide successful relief of chronic pain and quickly restore mobility.

Shockwave Therapy Treats:

• Plantar Fasciitis
• Achilles Tendinopathy
• Scar Tissue treatment
• Non Healing Ulcers
• Tennis Elbow
• Jumpers Knee
• Stress Fractures
• Calcitic Rotator Cuff Tendinitis

Advantages of Colon Hydrotherapy:

• Non-surgical treatment
• No side effects
• Accelerates healing
• Affordable
• Coverage available from most insurance companies

How Does Shockwave Therapy Work?

A shockwave is a very short, yet very intense, burst of energy traveling in a wave faster than the speed of sound. Shockwaves force new blood flow to the area, stimulating the body to repair damaged tissue on its own after just 5-6 treatments. It takes about 3 months for the tissue to repair itself fully. Once the repair process has been completed, pain will no longer be present. The basic technology behind extracorporeal shockwave therapy has been used succesfully for decades, on millions of people worldwide. Experience the benefits of shockwave therapy at Bovaird Health Clinic in Brampton and get it covered under Chiropody, Chiropractic or Physiotherapy services.

Interested in Shockwave Therapy Treatments?

Get started by requesting a Free Consultation with our Physiotherapist, Chiropractor and Chiropodist.

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