Shoulder calcific tendinitis External humeral epicondylitis Knee ligament disorder Achilles tendon Plantar fasciitis Several lesions of the tibia Radial rim syndrome Large trochanter bursitis Other tendon injuries
Q: Tell me about a typical ESWT visit? Consult your family doctor, foot (foot) doctor or medical professional, and the physiotherapist in the dynamic physiotherapy will decide if you are a qualified candidate for ESWT treatment. If you seem to be a possible candidate and will respond positively to ESWT, a typical visit will consist of a 15-30 minute consultation, in addition to the necessary paperwork and form, the choice of treatment plan will be explained and your condition assessed. Treatment costs and other issues will be discussed at this time. Suppose you are a candidate and you will arrange treatment. Patients usually need 3 separate treatment sessions for about 7 – 14 days. Some cutting conditions may take more than 3 times. Each session lasts approximately 5 – 15 minutes, and the physiotherapist or his assistant gels the ultrasound to the target area. The ESWT hand block then gently spreads the shock zone and widely spreads the shock wave. The feedback you provide can help the treatment of the position and intensity of our physiotherapist spinner.
Q: Is ESWT treating injuries? A: Although previous generations of ESWT machines can cause considerable pain, the dynamic utilization of radial shockwave technology generally does not cause any significant discomfort. Many patient treatments are described as “strange” or “somewhat uncomfortable”, but some report any major or persistent pain. This is a testament to the fact that freezing or local anesthesia is usually not required. Depending on your condition, your physical therapist, your podiatrist or family doctor, ask for a local pre-anesthesia treatment.
Q: Are there any side effects and contraindications? A: ESWT should not be used if there is a circulation or neurological disorder, bone tumor, infection, bone metabolic status, or bone tumor. ESWT should also not be used if there is any wound or tumor patient who is pregnant. Patients who are diluted in blood or severely circulatory disorders may also be unable to receive treatment. In addition, if your doctor thinks you are an ESWT candidate, our treatment will also decline. These questions will be discussed with you at your consultation. After ESWT treatment, the patient may experience temporary pain, tenderness, and a few days after swelling. Upon completion, your treatment can return to the most regular activities almost immediately. Occasionally pain or discomfort may persist after a few days of treatment but no serious complications or side effects are reported. Q: How many treatments do I need to improve my conditions? A: Patients usually require 3 separate treatment sessions for approximately 7 – 14 days. Generally if the patient does not find a rescue 2 visit they may not respond to this therapy. Under certain conditions, the patient may need more than 3 times.
Q: Is ESWT really effective? A: You are a candidate for this type of treatment, and clinical studies have shown that 80% – 80% chance that this technology will improve your condition. Clinical studies have further confirmed that 88% of patients treated with calcanial Tottenham and 95% of treated tennis elbows were evaluated as “very good” or “good” only after weeks of treatment. Numerous, publishable clinical trial studies are available by visiting the links found on our research EMS Medical website at www.EMS-medical.com or visiting the “Research” section of our website. One of the Canadian Prime Minister’s ESWT providers, Dynamic Physical Therapy, also found that about 7 out of 10 patients will see an improved condition after treatment. One of the most important factors for success is the ability to identify and select which patients and conditions are most likely to benefit from this technique. Give us the experience, we believe we can provide you with an accurate assessment of your ESWT election, and you may see an improvement in your conditions. Given that ESWT is not suitable for every condition, there is no guarantee that assistance will be provided. In any case, you must carefully consider your treatment plan and costs so that you can be sure that ESWT is a viable option.
Q: What is your standard shock wave treatment? • When you are diagnosed with an ESWT treatment that has proven effective. • When there are no major or serious side effects and contraindications. • When surgery is the only viable option. • When other conservative treatments fail or do not work. • When you understand the procedures, costs and other factors involved in the treatment process. Q: How much does it cost for ESWT treatment? A: In the United States, patients paying up to $4,000 – $8,000 for similar treatments often use old technology. These costs are necessary because the cost of ESWT technology that can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to purchase luxury is also related to the technology. The dynamic use of the updated ESWT technology reduces these costs and improves patient outcomes. At the time of this writing, Dynamic Therapy is the first and largest physiotherapist to offer ESWT treatment and cure hundreds of patients in Alberta.
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