Non-Invasive Shockwave Therapy Can Help Musculoskeletal Pain – Now In Littleton, CO
If you suffer from chronic musculoskeletal pain, Ultimate Health Medical Clinic has the latest advancement in medical technology to help treat your pain. Shockwave Therapy is an FDA-approved non-invasive treatment options for Littleton patients suffering from all musculoskeletal conditions.
What Is Shockwave Therapy in Littleton?
Shockwave Therapy works by sending acoustic waves directly to the area triggering pain. Initially the therapy was developed to help break up kidney stones during lithotripsy, but research has shown that the same technology and acoustic waves can help with various orthopedic injuries.
Shockwave Therapy in Littleton is a non-invasive and non-surgical procedure performed in our Littleton medical office. Using the handheld wand, precise and targeted acoustic waves are delivered to the deep tissues, making it an effective alternative to pain medication and surgery.
Most patients see results from Shockwave Therapy in as little as a few treatments, and some notice immediate relief after the first visit.
Does Shockwave Therapy Actually Reduce Pain?
You would be amazed at some of the medical and technological advances we are seeing for pain management in Littleton, and Shockwave Therapy is one of them. During the in-office treatment, the acoustic waves interrupt the pain pathways and inflamed nerves while stimulating cells and the body’s intrinsic healing mechanism. These targeted and precise waves lead to the restoration of healthy functioning cells and brings new blood flow to the area (i.e. the foot, heel, shoulder, elbow, etc.) to help promote natural healing.
What Are The Benefits Of Shockwave Therapy?
- No anesthesia
- No scarring
- No risk of infection
- No downtime
- Over 80% patient satisfaction
- Faster, easier healing
- Performed in our Littleton, CO medical office
How Many Treatments Of Shockwave Therapy Do I Need?
Most patients will see a huge decrease in pain with weekly treatments. The Shockwave Therapy treatments are performed in our Littleton medical office and usually take 5-10 minutes, depending on the type of problem area.
What Areas Can Shockwave Therapy Help With Pain?
- Foot and heel pain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Hip Pain
- Hand and wrist pain
- Ankle pain
- Knee pain
- Acute or chronic musculoskeletal pain
- Back pain
- Ligament and tendon problems
- Carpal tunnel
- Knee pain
- Tennis elbow
- Golfer elbow
- Shoulder tendonitis
- Shoulder pain
- Achilles tendon pain
If you suffer from back pain, Neuropathy or musculoskeletal pain, call our Dr. Jason Leavitt and our Littleton integrated medical team at (303) 904-0331 to schedule your appointment or consultation today. Our physicians and nurse practitioners have appointments available this week, so call us today to see if Shockwave Therapy is right for you and your pain.