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Radial Shockwave in Leicester

Are you suffering from chronic or acute pain? Radial Shockwave Treatment (RSWT) may be the answer!

RSWT is a treatment that uses sound waves to penetrate through the skin and stimulate cellular repair and healing. It can help reduce inflammation, reduce pain, and restore mobility. This therapy works well when other modalities have failed or to address chronic conditions. RSWT can help with tendon problems, tennis elbow or plantar fasciitis.


With RSWT, there’s no need for risky surgery or dangerous drugs. Patients will feel some level of discomfort during and after the treatment.


However, it is quick and easy, with minimal downtime and recovery time. Get relief today with RSWT! Contact Alex Physio to learn more and book your appointment.

Benefits of
Radial Shockwave

  • Fast: Our radial shockwave treatments typically take only a few minutes to administer. 

  • Safe: Radial shockwave treatments are generally safe, with minimal risk, side effects or complications. 

  • Effective: Radial shockwave treatments have been proven to be effective in treating a range of musculoskeletal conditions, such as tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, and chronic back pain. 

  • Long-Lasting: The effects of radial shockwave treatments can be long-lasting, with many patients experiencing relief from their symptoms for weeks or months after treatment.

What to expect from
Radial Shockwave treatment:

At Alex Phyiso, you will be seen by a qualified and experienced physiotherapist; rest assured you are in the best hands.


The radial shock treatment uses a handle-held to deliver high-energy acoustic waves to the affected area. 


The energy from the shockwaves helps break down scar tissue and stimulate the production of collagen, which helps to improve blood circulation and reduce inflammation. 


Patients may experience mild discomfort or a warming sensation during the treatment, but no anaesthesia is required.


The number of treatment sessions required will depend on the condition being treated and the severity of the condition. 


After the treatment, patients may experience some soreness and inflammation in the treated area. Usually the symptoms after the treatment will settle until the next appointment and can be managed with cold compresses and over-the-counter pain medications.


In general, patients can expect to see gradual improvements in their condition over several weeks or months as the treatment takes effect.

Get in touch…

If you are interested in Radial Shockwave treatment or have any further questions please contact us here: 

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19 Austwick Close, Leicester, LE4 0SJ


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