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Shockwave Therapy Brighton | Tennis Elbow

Shockwave Therapy Brighton | Tennis Elbow

Shockwave Therapy Brighton | Tennis Elbow | Brighton Chiropractor Matt Bateman shows you simple techniques how to treat and avoid tennis elbow

Tennis Elbow is a irritation or inflamation of the tendon that attached the forearm muscles into the bone of the Raduis bone in the elbow. We normally advise regular methods of treatment including strapping, stretching, icing and pain avoidance as well as strengtheing exercises as seen here https://ccsussex.co.uk/tennis-elbow-exercises-brighton-chiropractor/

However we also have NEW therapies which can help the especially chronic issues called Shockwave Therapy

We use a machine which pulses audible, low-energy sound waves, called shockwaves. These pass into the injured tissues which then cause blood vessels to open and increase blood flow to the injured area.

Most of the ligament and tendon issues listed above can become chronic because of the poor blood flow into those areas. This inhibits tissue regeneration and healing. Using Shockwave can speed up the bodies healing process and get you back into your activity asap

Shockwave therapy is often recomended now even by the NHS https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/tennis-elbow/treatment/ for these types of condidtions when they have become chronic

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Plantar faciitis Treatment Brighton | New Shockwave Treatment

Plantar faciitis Treatment Brighton | New Shockwave Treatment for Plantar fasciitis treats the inflammation of the thick band of connective
tissue which continues from the calf muscle and connects the heel to the base of your toes.

Excessive walking, change of shoes, increase intesity of exercise or sometimes increased stasis can all cause this inflamation and subsequent pain

Plantar facitiis Treatment Brighton | New Shockwave Treatment for Plantar fasciitis is a procedure where shockwaves are passed through the skin into the connective tissue clled the plantar fascia. These shockwaves can increase blood flow in what is normally an area of thee body with poor blood supply and thus increase healing response.

Normally courses of treatment can be 2-6 sessions over 2-8 weeks combined with standard hands on manual and exercise therapy

For further information on Shockwave Therapy for treatment to Plantar Faciitis book in for your initial consultation today

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