Are you dealing with chronic plantar fasciitis or Achilles Tendonitis and wish you could do something about it? Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis are common yet painful conditions affecting mobility and overall quality of life.

Fortunately, a new innovative treatment option is available for those dealing with these conditions requiring little recovery time. CuraMedix Shockwave Therapy is a non-invasive treatment option for patients who cannot achieve relief through other conventional therapies yet are not ready for surgical intervention.

What is CuraMedix shockwave therapy?

CuraMedix shockwave therapy (also known as Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology) is a medical procedure that utilizes high-energy acoustic waves to deliver pain relief and prompts the body to start healing. The technology used in this therapy is similar to techniques used to break apart kidney stones. During shockwave therapy, the specialist administers shockwaves through a medical device to the painful area. This procedure stimulates blood flow and circulation, which encourages the healing process.

Patients undergoing this treatment can usually resume their routine after completing their session. While some patients report immediate relief, full effects may take several weeks. Nevertheless, CuraMedix is considered a safe and effective non-invasive treatment for Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis. In addition, many people, including marathon runners, professional athletes, and armed forces members, find shockwave therapy extremely beneficial.

It’s time to stop suffering from chronic Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis and retake control of your life. If you are tired of letting your pain prevent you from doing what you love, schedule an appointment today and see if shockwave therapy is the proper treatment for you.

What conditions can CuraMedix shockwave therapy treat?

CuraMedix is a safe and reliable treatment option that can address various conditions. Primarily, shockwave therapy treats:

  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Achilles Tendonitis

Plantar Fasciitis is a condition involving the inflammation of the band of tissue that connects the toes to the heel bone. Achilles Tendonitis is a condition that involves inflammation of the tendon connecting the calf muscle to the heel bone. These conditions can affect men and women, sometimes requiring several months or even years to heal.

In what ways are Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis treated at home?

In most cases, doctors first attempt to treat these conditions conservatively. Treatment may include rest, icing the affected area, and using orthotics and supportive shoes. However, if these techniques are ineffective after several months, patients should consider alternative treatments like shockwave therapy to resume their quality of life.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is shockwave therapy administered?

A clinician administers shockwave therapy treatments using CuraMedix medical technology. A gel is first applied to the skin to conduct the waves. Once the treatment begins, the device is placed on the area causing discomfort to the patient. Then shockwaves are administered, encouraging blood flow and prompting the tissues to expedite the healing process. This therapy is most effective with participation from the patient by advising their clinician where their areas of pain are.

Is there pain or discomfort associated with this treatment?

Mild pain or discomfort is common during the initial treatment, and a regional anesthetic may be applied to lessen the discomfort.

What happens after treatment is complete?

Shockwave therapy typically takes less than fifteen minutes per treatment. After treatment, patients can usually walk and resume activity. However, the doctor may recommend temporarily modifying some activities. For example, a doctor may advise their patient to refrain from jogging, yard work, or participating in strenuous sports or training.

How long does it take to recover?

Shockwave therapy is an outpatient procedure. Most patients leave soon after their therapy is complete. There is little recovery time, and most people resume normal activities soon after treatment.

Are there any risks or serious side effects to shockwave therapy?

CuraMedix shockwave therapy is a safe procedure. However, there are a few common side effects which may include:

  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Pain
  • Bruising
  • Numbness

In addition to minor risks, there is a slight risk of rupturing the Achilles Tendon. However, this risk is minimal. Patients with malignancies or deep vein thrombosis should consult their doctor to determine if this treatment is right for them.

Who is suitable for a CuraMedix Shockwave Therapy Treatment?

Shockwave therapy is suitable for those suffering from chronic Plantar Fasciitis or Achilles Tendonitis who have not found relief from other treatment methods. While there are alternative ways to promote healing, they may only work in some cases. CuraMedix Shockwave Therapy may be suitable for those who are not ready for surgery yet need more powerful, effective pain relief.

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