Shockwave and K – Laser Therapy in Coventry
Coventry Back Pain Clinic provides treatment for members of general public as well as medical professionals including GP’s, Consultants, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Acupuncturists, Bowen / Alexander technique practitioner and Sports therapists.
We receive private referrals from NHS GP’s, Doctors, Consultants and Health Practitioners.
Shockwave & K- Laser Therapy .
When You Have Already tried Every Other Treatment to Ease Pain Are you suffering from chronic pain in your back, knee, shoulder, heel, foot or elbow? Then shockwave therapy or K- Laser provides fast and effective relief from pain. Shockwave therapy and K- laser provides fast and effective relief from pain.
Our clinic also provides for patients on-site Diagnostic Ultrasound Scanning and Digital X-ray’s facilities.
Shockwave and K- laser video’s for various conditions and injuries, from shoulder to foot 18 in all may be viewed below.
Benefits of K-Laser
Class IV K-Laser Therapy is an FDA cleared therapeutic treatment that manages pain and inflammation while accelerating tissue regeneration. Laser energy increases circulation, drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area. This creates an optimal healing environment that reduces inflammation, swelling, muscle spasm, stiffness and pain.
Studies show K-Laser helps reduce pain associated with these common medical conditions:
Tennis/Golfers elbow · Patellar tendinopathy / achillodynia · Calf and thigh pain and injuries · Plantar fasciitis · Heel and bone spurs / Dorsal calcaneal spur · Chronic tendinopathies · Achilles tendinitis · Trochanteric tendonitis · Trigger points · Iliotibial band syndrome · Shin splints · Dupuytren’s contracture · Shoulder pain/ injuries · Frozen shoulder / Adhesive capsulitis · Bursitis . Patellar chondropathy · Cervicalgia · headache · Lombalgia · Recurrent Muscular Limb and Joint pain and stiffness · Trapped Nerves, Pseudarthrosis Tension and Migraine headaches.
Drug Free, Surgery Free, Pain Free
K-Laser Class IV therapeutic lasers deliver specific red and near-infrared wavelengths of laser light to induce a photochemical reaction and therapeutic effect. Physiological effects include increased circulation, reduced inflammation, pain reduction and enhanced tissue healing. Laser therapy has been used in Europe since the 1970s and was cleared by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2005.
Shockwave Therapy, View Video’s Below.
Shockwave Therapy can achieve excellent results for people suffering from persistent and painful conditions. In many instances there will be an immediate reduction in pain, as well as improved mobility and function. This therapy is non-invasive, non-addictive and there is no need for anaesthesia. Each treatment session takes approximately 5-20 minutes. Most conditions require just 3 to 5 treatments that are done 3-7 days apart.
Shoulder, Arm, Elbow, Wrist and Hand Condition and Injuries Treated with Shockwave Therapy.
Upper Trapezius Release
Applications in physiotherapy are mostly associated with the treatment of chronic muscular disorders, tendinopathies, back pain and trigger points. Compared to conventional manual and instrumental therapy, SWT is extremely effective, shortens the treatment period and brings better results in long term follow-up. Some of the more common conditions and injuries assessed and treated by us include:
Tennis/Golfers elbow · Patellar tendinopathy / achillodynia · Calf and thigh pain and injuries · Plantar fasciitis · Heel and bone spurs / Dorsal calcaneal spur · Chronic tendinopathies · Achilles tendinitis · Trochanteric tendonitis · Trigger points · Iliotibial band syndrome · Shin splints · Dupuytren’s contracture · Shoulder pain/ injuries · Frozen shoulder / Adhesive capsulitis · Bursitis . Patellar chondropathy · Cervicalgia · headache · Lombalgia · Recurrent Muscular Limb and Joint pain and stiffness · Pseudarthrosis Tension headaches.
Hip Pain, Conditions and Injuries Treated with Shockwave Therapy.
Ilio Tibial Band Syndrome
Lower Leg Conditions and Injuries Treated with Shockwave Therapy.
Heel Spur Achilles Insertion
Orthopaedic applications of shockwaves concentrate on the treatment of calcifications, painful exostoses, various tendinopathies and impaired fracture healing. Shock Wave Therapy (SWT) is a good alternative in many cases when surgical solution seems to be the only out come.
Benefits of Shockwave and Laser Therapy
• Non-invasive alternative to surgery • Drug-free and pain free • Stimulates body’s natural healing process • Just 3-6 treatments needed • Short treatment time 5 to 20 minutes • Reduces pain •Virtually no side effects. The team of varied healthcare providers at Central Chiropractic and Physiotherapy Clinic is dedicated to providing first class patient care. Out patient care philosophy is based on four core principles: integrity, using leading products and technology, collaboration with health care professionals, and outstanding patient care.
Fees and Terms for Shockwave Therapy
- Shockwave Therapy Machines are both expensive to purchase and to maintain. Therefore we charge a very competitive and discounted price of £55 per session if you book a 6 session course prepaid in advance (total £300 prepaid).
- 3 session course prepaid in advance £165 (equivalent to £55 per session).
- 1-2 session course prepaid in advance £60 per session.
- It is estimated that a single Shock Wave sessions has the same or greater effect as 6 – 8 sessions of deep friction massage which can be very painful, therefore £ 55 – 60 plus per session represents great value for money!
- You will need an assessment or consultation with one of our health professionals to determine Shockwave therapy is for you, the fee for this £30
- Should you not complete the discounted Shockwave therapy course, any refund that your are due will no longer be eligible at the discounted price of £55 per session. Therefore you will be charged the full non discounted price of £ 65 per treatment that has been undertaken.
Common Conditions we can help with:
- Muscle and Joint Pain
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Dupuytren’s Contracture
- Facet joint Inflammation
- Muscular Trigger Points
- Back Pain
- Low Back Pain
- Achilles Tendon Pain
- Sports Injury
- Groin Pain
- Lateral & Medial Epicondylitis
- Arthritic Changes
- Muscle Regeneration Support
- Heel Spurs/Calcification