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Acoustic Wave Therapy

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Accelerate Healing with
Our Acoustic Wave Therapy

During your acoustic wave therapy treatment, our doctors use a small wand-like device to apply low-intensity sound waves directly to your skin at a frequency that stimulates soft tissues including muscles, tendons, blood vessels, and nerves. In response to these targeted sound waves, tissues vibrate and contract—promoting circulation and accelerating healing and recovery by supplying injured tissue areas with nutrients and oxygenated blood.

What Conditions Are a Good Fit for
Acoustic Wave Therapy?

Sexual Dysfunction

By promoting the growth of new blood vessels and increasing blood flow to the penis, acoustic wave therapy significantly improves erectile dysfunction, which affects more than 30 million men in the United States alone.

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Back Pain & Injury

Our acoustic wave therapy treatments support blood circulation through the back region—reducing inflammation, pain, and swelling. When acoustic waves are introduced into the back region, they pulsate in targeted bursts—renewing cells and helping damaged back tissues heal faster.

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Neck Pain & Injury

During our acoustic wave therapy treatment, sound waves carry energy to the neck area experiencing pain. As the acoustic waves radiate through your neck muscles, tendons, and joints, they help release trigger points, stimulate the repair of damaged cells, and break down scar tissue—alleviating pain and improving range of motion.

Knee Pain & Injury

When high-energy sound waves are applied to the knee region, our acoustic wave therapy stimulates the healing process by increasing your metabolism and enhancing blood circulation to damaged knee tissue—reducing scar tissue, alleviating pain, improving calcification, and encouraging tissue repair.

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Shoulder Pain & Injury

Benefiting common causes of shoulder pain—such as rotator cuff tendinopathy, tendinosis calcarea, bursitis—our acoustic wave therapy treatments support blood circulation throughout your shoulder region—reducing inflammation, pain, and swelling. When acoustic waves are introduced into the shoulder area, they pulsate in targeted bursts—renewing cells and helping damaged shoulder tissues heal faster.

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Sciatica Pain

Our acoustic wave therapy relieves your sciatic nerve pain by applying sound waves that increase blood flow and soften tissue around the sciatic nerve—relieving pressure and inflammation.

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Nerve Pain, Numbness, and Tingling

Acoustic wave therapy’s use of low-intensity sound waves targets your neuropathy at its source by helping blood vessels open up—enabling improved blood flow to your nerves.

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Athletic Injury

Acoustic wave therapy speeds up your recovery from an athletic injury by increasing the amount of oxygen and nutrients reaching your joints, tendons, and muscles. The infusion of oxygen and nutrients accelerates cell regeneration and healing of torn or strained muscle tissues.

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Auto Injury & Personal Injury

By delivering energy to your injury through targeted sound wave frequencies, our acoustic wave treatments help break down scar tissue and calcifications, increase blood flow, decrease pain, and trigger and accelerate the healing process.

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About Acoustic Wave Therapy

Originally developed to help urologists break up kidney stones, acoustic wave therapy utilizes a wand-like device to apply low-intensity sound waves directly to your skin at a frequency that allows acoustic waves to stimulate soft tissues. These targeted sound waves cause these tissues to vibrate and contract—promoting circulation and accelerating healing and recovery by supplying injured tissue areas with oxygen-rich blood. Acoustic wave therapy is used to treat a wide spectrum of conditions—from nerve damage and chronic pain to athletic injury and erectile dysfunction.