- PiezoWave Pain Treatment Woodstock
Dr. Kal, our top chiropractor at Advanced Health Solutions, is excited to offer you a revolutionary new pain-relieving therapy – PiezoWave Pain Treatment Woodstock, sometimes referred to as (A.C.T) Acoustic Compression Therapy.
Our Woodstock PiezoWave Therapy offers a highly effective and safe alternative to injections and surgery for the following conditions:
|Achilles Tendinopathy||Plantar Fasciitis|
|Calcific Rotator Cuff Tendonitis||Neck Pain|
|Hip Pain||Jaw Pain/TMJ|
|Foot Pain||Trigger Point Therapy|
|Scar Tissue Treatment||Tennis Elbow|
|Iliotibial Band Syndrome||Back Pain|
|Shoulder Pain||Knee Pain|
|Carpal Tunnel Syndrome||Ankle Pain|
PiezoWave Pain Treatment is non-invasive, gentle, painless and 100% safe. The treatment takes five to ten minutes. Many conditions respond positively with two to five treatments, but long-standing or chronic conditions may require more treatments.
PiezoWave Therapy successful relieves chronic pain and restores strength and mobility to the injured muscles and ligaments. Over 20 years ago, chiropractors in Europe started using A.C.T to treat muscles and tendons related pain. A.C.T doesn’t require any medication, anesthetic and recovery time. Therefore, treatment costs are low.
How Does PiezoWave Pain Therapy Work?
PiezoWave Therapy generates piezoelectric pressure pulses that expand as a wave in the body. The pressure pulses break down calcifications and scar tissue, improve blood circulation, and stimulate metabolism and regeneration of damaged tissues.
PiezoWave Pain Treatment Woodstock stimulates certain body components so that they can heal from injuries naturally. Additionally, this therapy effectively treats chronic pain even when the body hasn’t been able to heal completely by itself previously. Shockwave therapy not only stimulates the healing process, but it may also affect the nerves directly, reducing pain.
An effective alternative treatments
Several traditional therapies, such as steroid injections, massage, anti-inflammatory medications, physiotherapy, and acupuncture can help the body to heal during the early, acute phase of an injury. If you want an effective alternative modality to these treatments, then PiezoWave therapy should be your first choice.
However, traditional treatments can’t effectively help the body to heal a chronic injury. For instance, you may find that a steroid injection (such as cortisone) seems effective in relieving pain early in the healing process, but the subsequent injections become much less effective.
PiezoWave Pain Treatment Woodstock seems to work well when an injury becomes chronic and non-healing. That is what makes this therapy unique.
How Does It Work?
Basic Principle of PiezoWave Therapy
PiezoWave Therapy, a non-invasive procedure, can treat acute and chronic pain of the musculoskeletal system. A pressure surge with a very short rise time characterizes acoustic sound waves. An exponential drop in pressure and a brief phase of negative pressure then follows. The PiezoWave generates sound waves that focus or develop in the target tissue at the source of pain. The sound waves stimulate metabolism and local blood circulation.
Mechanism of Action
PiezoWave Therapy stimulates the body’s regeneration process to aid healing. Like a therapeutic deep tissue massage, the sound waves (low-energy waves) stimulate the release of proteins that accelerate healing.
PiezoWave Therapy releases energy that seems to produce a cellular reaction that triggers the release of substances, thus improving blood supply to the injured tissue, resulting in tissue regeneration in the bone, tendons, and joints.
Benefits of PiezoWave Therapy
- Patient-guided focused therapy
- Improves mobility
- Alleviation of musculoskeletal pain
- Outpatient treatment
- Reduces the need for pain medications
- Short therapy time of 10-20 minutes
PiezoWave Pain Treatment Woodstock
Advanced Health Solutions offers effective, safe and affordable PiezoWave Pain Treatment Woodstock. Call us today at (770) 212-3991 or fill out a contact form to schedule an appointment with Dr. Kal.