Pulse wave therapy uses acoustic waves to stimulate healing and regeneration in your body's tissues.
What is Pulse Wave Therapy?
Pulse wave therapy (PWT) is a non-invasive medical treatment that uses low-intensity shockwaves to stimulate healing and improve blood flow. It is also known as Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) and can treat various conditions, including musculoskeletal pain, erectile dysfunction, and chronic wounds. Pulse Wave Therapy was first developed in the 1980s to treat kidney stones. However, researchers soon discovered that it had other medical applications, including treating musculoskeletal pain. Since then, PWT has been used to treat various conditions, including plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, and rotator cuff injuries. It has also been effective in treating erectile dysfunction and chronic wounds. In recent years, PWT has gained popularity as a safe and effective alternative to surgery and medication. It is a non-invasive treatment that does not require anesthesia or downtime, making it an attractive option for patients who want to avoid the risks and complications associated with more invasive procedures.