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Shockwave Therapy Efficient For Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow, or Lateral Epicondylitis, is an injury affecting up to 3% of the population.* There are many ways to treat Tennis Elbow. Most common and one of the better performing methods are Physiotherapy. Besides that, Injection Therapy, Bracing, Taping and...

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Focus Shockwave for Plantar Fasciitis

Focus Shockwave for Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis (PF) is a common condition affecting many Australians every year. The prevalence of PF is highest in those aged 45-64*. Many patients will present with plantar heel pain, which can take months to treat. Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (Radial &...

New Innovation Raises the Game of Laser Treatment

New Innovation Raises the Game of Laser Treatment

We are excited to introduce to you the new Chattanooga High Power Laser HPL7 & HPL15. Immediate Pain Reduction It can almost immediately arrest soft tissue and joint pain Optimal Tissue Absorption Combination of 2 or 3 wave lengths at 810nm, 980nm & 1064nm....

Shockwave Therapy For Myofascial Pain Syndrome

Shockwave Therapy For Myofascial Pain Syndrome

Myofascial Pain Syndrome (MPS) is a chronic pain disorder affecting the muscles and surrounding fascia. When a person has MPS, they may develop Myofascial trigger points that can become painful if they get stressed or overused. Myofascial trigger points often appear...

Shockwave Therapy for ITB Syndrome

Shockwave Therapy for ITB Syndrome

Iliotibial band Syndrome is a painful condition and one of the most common causes of “Runner’s Knee”. Pain from the ITB can be a real nuisance for the patients and difficult to treat. Most often there is an underlying cause or a bio-mechanical dysfunction. It is...

High Vs Low Power Laser

High Vs Low Power Laser

Low Power Lasers became accessible for the treatment of pain in the late 1970s and have been widely utilized around the globe by clinicians and health practitioners in a variety of settings. VIDEO https://youtu.be/D6m6zPtrp7Y The extremely low power of these early...

Avoid Risk Of Hamstring Re-Tear Using Wireless Pro

Avoid Risk Of Hamstring Re-Tear Using Wireless Pro

Hamstring injuries occur frequently during sport and are a common re-injury. Hamstring injury mostly develops from an imbalance between the workload of the quadriceps and the hamstring muscles. The quadriceps are responsible for the extension of the leg, and can...

Avoid Risk Of Hamstring Re-Tear Using Wireless Pro

Avoid Risk Of Hamstring Re-Tear Using Wireless Pro

Hamstring injuries occur frequently during sport and are a common re-injury. Hamstring injury mostly develops from an imbalance between the workload of the quadriceps and the hamstring muscles. The quadriceps are responsible for the extension of the leg, and can...

Take the Guesswork Out Of Glute Activation

Take the Guesswork Out Of Glute Activation

EMG Biofeedback in Clinical Practice Surface Electromyography (sEMG) is used by Allied Health Practitioners to assess the health of muscles and the neural pathways that control them. It can help reveal nerve dysfunction and muscle atrophy in your patients. EMG...

Cold Laser For Pain Management

Cold Laser For Pain Management

Have you ever tried Cold Laser Therapy on patients with conditions, such as Achilles Tendinitis, Rotator Cuff Tendinitis or an Acute Ankle Sprain? Cold Laser Therapy delivers light energy to the tissue to stimulate healing and resolve pain. More Allied Health...

How To Manage Acute Inflammation

How To Manage Acute Inflammation

There are many ways to treat acute pain. You are probably most familiar with the R.I.C.E method when dealing with your patients. As technology evolves, we have to ask ourselves: “Are we limited to traditional treatment methods?” Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is a...

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