Now people are turning towards non-surgical treatments as it involves less risk of damage to the body as well as side effects. focused shockwave therapy is one such treatment that has the potential to get cures for different types of body pain. It is proved to heal the body and prevent causing further similar pains in the body.
What is Radial Shockwave Therapy?
Radial Shockwave Therapy is very popular in Singapore and has been effective enough to give results to patients. It does not involve any clinical or surgical intervention of doctors. In this therapy, highly energized acoustic waves are used to treat the major pain points in the body. It treats the pain by increasing the metabolic rate of the body and therefore, the blood flow in the body. In the end, your body will become compatible to absorb more amount of calcium in the major pain causing areas of the body and starts the healing process.
How does Shockwave Therapy work?
In the Shockwave Therapy, a small device that creates strong acoustic waves with a lot of pressure, created by the air compressed in the tool. It is used to cure the pain affected areas in the body. It has shown
- Increase the blood flow of the body.
- Helps to grow new blood vessels and repair those parts.
- Cures any type of inflammation that is chronic.
- Stimulates the production of collagen in the body.
Is there any side effect of Shockwave Therapy?
Like other treatments, shockwave therapy might cause side effects sometimes. You may feel discomfort at the time of the therapy. On the other hand, you may feel pain as an effect but it should be taken as a positive sign. It means that you are healing. Sometimes you may not feel any pain right after the treatment. So don’t feel concerned if you still feel pain for about a week after the therapy.
It can be said that how far the focused shockwave therapy will work, depends on a lot of factors. You should not be sacred if you don’t get instant results. As a result, you may feel pain, redness, soreness, and swelling around the pain area. It actually suggests your body is responding to the treatment and the damaged area I slowly repairing. However, there are side effects involved in every treatment. So consult your doctor first and then go for shockwave therapy.