Shockwave Therapy

Kinda like using a massage gun, but way more powerful

Shockwave Therapy 101

Shockwave therapy is a highly effective treatment for chronic issues, providing targeted relief and promoting overall healing. The shockwave therapy apparatus looks similar to a massage gun and produces a similar sensation when used, but it uses sound waves rather than just vibrations to penetrate deeply into the affected tissue areas. This helps to break up adhesions (aka, undesired scar tissue) and allow for better blood flow. Since it’s emitting sound waves from a relatively small exit point, it can pinpoint very specific spots on the body that are harder to reach in any other (noninvasive) way. 

How to get started?

All therapies and services mentioned are included in the price of each session. Your face time with your therapist mostly involves hands-on functional neuromuscular therapy (FNMT), which is then followed up by his or her recommendations on other treatments you should utilize at your leisure on the main floor.

Your therapist will walk you through how to use each treatment so that you feel confident to take charge of your own healing and recovery journey.

What to Expect During a Shockwave Therapy Session

Step-by-Step Instructions

During your initial session with your therapist, he/she will walk you through how to use all the therapies available to you on the main floor, including the shockwave therapy apparatus. You can then come into the studio at any time during business hours to utilize any of the floor therapies at your leisure based on your personalized treatment plan.

Benefits of Shockwave Therapy at Neuro Physique

Shockwave Therapy at Neuro Physique can help alleviate pain, promote healing, and improve overall physical function. Shockwave therapy also helps to stimulate the body’s natural ability to recover on its own by helping it to generate new tissue.

What to Expect During a Shockwave Therapy Session

Just like any other manual therapy that uses applied pressure, you will occasionally experience discomfort as the pressure is applied. However, if you experience pain, your therapist will help show you how to adjust the settings so that the therapy is easily tolerated.