Shockwave Therapy and Sports Injuries
Shockwave therapy has been in use for over 20 years in the NHS for kidneys stones From feedback from patients they really enjoy watching Paul Hobrough`s most recent video on Shockwave Therapy Paul Hobrough
Helen has been providing shockwave therapy now for over 4 years. The most important factor is that whoever uses shockwave therapy should be attending as many advanced sports and exercise conferences as possible. The exercise prescription you provide alongside shockwave therapy assessment and diagnosis is absolutely key to any comfortable outcomes. Many conditions cannot be treated using shockwave therapy as shockwave therapy is for encouraging better cellular regeneration such as in your muscles and very slowly in your tendons and ligaments.
Helen has been using shockwave therapy now for over three years and as you can see highly recommends the book written by Paul Holborough. Helen has attended many courses on shockwave therapy, and shockwave therapy should always be accompanied with good case history taking, clinical examination, and differential diagnosis.
Paul gives excellent courses on shockwave therapy and running injuries.
The interview on Helen should include Paul Holbough as many who has influenced her in her interest in Sports and exercise medicine.
The V actor handpiece as shown below in this image is providing the most requested treatment approach as it is as straightforward unique massage handpiece which provide greater relaxation and loosening of strong hard tight muscular spasms such as to be found in your back muscles, gluteal muscles, hamstring and quadriceps. Interestingly it is much less painful than the traditional sports massage given by the elbow and strong hands and yet appears to be much more relaxing and more effective for some people. This is one of the reasons why Helen can almost be too busy especially as she takes an interest in keeping the prices for such excellent German equipment affordable at between £45-£50 per session which is around 50 minutes. 10 minutes is for taking case history and updating your notes