Osteopath St Albans – Perfect Balance Clinic

Osteopath St Albans – Perfect Balance Clinic Osteopath St Albans Perfect Balance Clinic now operates 10 clinics in London, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, and Cambridgeshire and are proud to now be working alongside the prestigious Hertfordshire clinic in the heart of St.Albans within the Maltings centre.  To find the location click here The clinic operates on 6…

Shockwave therapy for calcific shoulder tendonitis

Shockwave therapy for calcific shoulder tendonitis

Limited movement from calcific shoulder tendonitis can be incredibly painful, especially early in the morning. 

 

Calcific shoulder tendonitis is caused by a small build up of calcium deposite about 1-2 centimetres within the tendon of the rotator cuff, usually found in 30-40 year olds and occur most in diabetic patients. Shockwave therapy for calcific shoulder tendonitis is a form of therapy which has begun to show some promising results in managing difficult to treat shoulder calcium deposits quickly and effectively.

 

This article examines calcific shoulder tendonitis and will help create a better understanding of the condition and some different ways of managing it to experience a pain free life.

Shockwave therapy for Achilles tendinitis

Shockwave therapy for achilles tendonitis

Suffering from Achilles Tendonitis can range from a dull ache to extreme pain in the back of the leg or above the heel after exercise. More severe pain may occur after prolonged periods of exercise such as running.

Achilles tendonitis is a common overuse injury, occurring in runners who have increased the duration or intensity of their run. Most cases can be treated with simple home remedies that can also help prevent the recurrence of this condition. However for the more severe cases shockwave therapy for Achilles tendinitis is a common form of therapy. Amongst the other forms of therapy using shockwave therapy this is the most common form that we treat in the clinic. 

This article will help you understand Shockwave therapy for Achilles tendinitis so you make the right choice to relieve your pain quickly. 

Shockwave therapy for patellar tendonitis

Shockwave therapy for patellar tendonitis

The symptoms of Patellar tendonitis are uncomfortable to experience and usually occur after exercise. With pain occurring just below the kneecap, continual exercise will just increase your discomfort and eventually rendering daily activities unbearable.

Often commonly caused by overuse the patellar tendon experiences small tears, which even though your body attempts to repair can create worse damage weakening the tendon even further.

Shockwave therapy for patellar tendonitis is a less common form of management but none-the-less it shows excellent results when carried out at the right time. If you want to become pain free quickly, with results being shown after a single session in some cases, shockwave therapy could be your solution to a pain free life.

This article examines the role of shockwave therapy for patellar tendonitis and how it can help you improve your condition quickly and effectively.