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treatment programs for shockwave therapy

   

Stewart ; these are the treatment protocols to put into  shock wave script,  so the script remains all the same all but the treatment and settings to be  inserted,  the individual  shock wave therapy settings are at the bottom of each treatment and should be used as you have already done.

 

 1 Achilles Tendinitis   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Achilles Tendinitis.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the back of the heel.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.  

( Settings for treatment for Achilles tendinitis are as follows ;  2 BAR. 2000 SHOCKS. 8 HZ. )

   2 Plantar Fasciitis   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Plantar Fasciitis.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the undersurface of the foot, working from the heel forwards towards the toes.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.

(Settings for treatment for  Plantar Fasciitis  are as follows ; 1 .8 BAR. 2000 SHOCKS. 8 HZ.

  3 Heel Spurs   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Heel Spurs.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the undersurface of the foot at the point where the heel makes contact with the floor when walking. Quite often a heel Spur presents in combination with Plantar Fasciitis, in which case both conditions are treated at the same time.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.

(Settings for treatment for  Heel Spur  are as follows ;  BAR.  SHOCKS.  HZ.

    4 Hip Bursitis/Trochanteric Bursitis   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Hip Bursitis/Trochanteric Bursitis. This condition occurs when there is excessive friction across the bursa from repeteive movements.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the trochanteric bursa which is close to the hip joint.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.

(Settings for treatment for  Hip Bursitis/Trochanteric Bursitis are as follows ; 2 BAR. 3000 SHOCKS. 8 HZ.

   5 Cellulitis   Cellulitis commonly occurs in the buttock region and can be treated effectively using Shock Wave Therapy. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the buttock/gluteal region.   The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.

(Settings for treatment for  Cellulitis  are as follows ;  BAR. SHOCKS. HZ.

     6 Hamstring Strain   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Strained Hamstrings. This condition occurs when there has been a repetitive or excessive load put on the hamstrings.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the affected hamstring muscle.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.

(Settings for treatment for  Hamstring Strain  are as follows ;  BAR. SHOCKS.  HZ.

   7 Calf Strain   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat strained calf muscles. This condition occurs when there has been a repetitive or excessive load put on the Gastronemeus or Soleus muscles.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the affected calf muscle.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.

(Settings for treatment for  Calf Strain  are as follows ;  BAR.  SHOCKS.  HZ.

   8 Patella Tendonitis   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Patella Tendonitis. This condition occurs when there is excessive friction or loading across the patella tendon from repetitive movements.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the patella tendon.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.

(Settings for treatment for  Patella Tendinitis  are as follows ;  BAR. SHOCKS. HZ.

  9 Shin Splints   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Shin Splints. This condition occurs when there has been a repetitive or excessive load put on the shin at the point where the muscles insert into the shin bone.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is along the shin.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.  

(Settings for treatment for Shin Splints  are as follows ;  BAR. SHOCKS.  HZ.

  10 Frozen shoulder (AKA Adhesive capsulitis)   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Frozen Shoulder.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the gleno-humeral joint  and shoulder region.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.

(Settings for treatment for  Frozen Shoulder  are as follows ; BAR. SHOCKS.  HZ.

  11 Rotator Cuff Tendonitis   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Rotator Cuff Tendonitis. This condition occurs when there is excessive friction or loading across the rotator cuff tendons from repetitive movements.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the gleno-humeral region and surrounding musculature.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner

(Settings for treatment for  Rotator Cuff Tendonitis  are as follows ;  BAR.  SHOCKS.  HZ.

  12 Calcific Tendonitis   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Calcific Tendonitis. This condition occurs when there is excessive friction or loading of the involved muscle from excessive/repetitive movements leading to calcification within the muscle or tendon.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the the gleno-humeral region and surrounding musculature. This condition can also occur in other regions of the body and is not specific to the shoulder region alone.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner

(Settings for treatment for  Calcific Tendonitis  are as follows ;  BAR.  SHOCKS.  HZ.

  13 Scar Tissue   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Scar Tissue. This condition occurs when there excessive loading and sometimes tearing of the involved muscle from excessive/repetitive movements. Again scar tissue can occur in various regions throughout the body.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. This condition can also occur in other regions of the body and is not specific to the shoulder region alone.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner

(Settings for treatment for  Scar Tissue  are as follows ;  BAR. SHOCKS.  HZ.

    14 Tennis Elbow (AKA Lateral Epicondylitis)   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Tennis Elbow/Lateral Epicondylitis.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the outer side of the elbow at the point were the muscles and tendons attach.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.

(Settings for treatment for  Tennis Elbow  are as follows ;  1 .8 BAR. 2000 SHOCKS. 10 HZ.

  14  the same video for both Golfer’s and Tennis elbow (AKA Medial Epicondylitis)   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Golfer’s Elbow/Medial Epicondylitis.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to the inner side of the elbow at the point were the muscles and tendons attach.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.

(Settings for treatment for  Golfers Elbow  are as follows ;  1 .8 BAR. 2000 SHOCKS. 10 HZ.

    15 Dupuytren’s Contracture   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Dupuytren’s Contracture.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shock wave therapy is applied to palm of the hand where the puckering or contracture has occurred.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.

(Settings for treatment for  Dupuytren’s Contracture  are as follows ; 1 .7 BAR. 2000 SHOCKS. 8 HZ.

  15  same video for both Trigger Finger and Dupuytren’s Contracture   Extra-Corporeal Shockwave Therapy can be used effectively to treat Trigger Finger.   As the name suggests, Shock Wave Therapy applies a small pneumatic shock to the problem area being treated. In this case the shockwave therapy is applied to palm of the hand and along the line of the forefinger where the puckering or contracture has occurred.  The number of shocks per treatment, frequency of shocks applied and force of each shock can be altered depending on factors such as: severity, chronicity and pain level.   These factors can be altered as the patient is progressing through the treatment programme recommended by your practitioner.

(Settings for treatment for Trigger Finger  are as follows ; 1 .7 BAR. 2000 SHOCKS. 8 HZ.

       

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