Shockwave for Plantar Fasciitis and Tendonitis
Get Shockwave Physiotherapy in Edmonton
Our physical therapy Radial Shockwave program was featured in the November/December 2012 issue of REPS fitness magazine.
In their REPS report, REPS magazine highlighted 5 cutting-edge pain reduction therapies, and one of those was Radial Shockwave. REPS stated that while “massage and physical therapy are proven techniques to trail what ails your muscles…why not walk on the cutting edge?” They went on to report that “shockwaves can be effective in treating…plantar fasciitis and tendonitis.”
We know it’s true! Capilano Rehab Centre physiotherapy clinic in Edmonton has been a recognized provider of Radial Shockwave Therapy (RSWT) for over ten years.
Shockwave Physiotherapy is Effective for Various Conditions
Our Radial Shockwave treatments are performed exclusively by certified Physical Therapists who are university graduates with extensive and unique training in the assessment and treatment of chronic problems including:
- Plantar fasciitis
- Calcaneal spur
- Tennis Elbow
- Shoulder Pain (Calcific tendinitis)
- Achilles Tendinitis
- Tibial Edge Syndrome
- Jumper’s Knee(Patellar Tendinitis)
- Proximal IlioTibial Band/Tract Friction Syndrome
- Stiff Big Toe (Hallux Rigidus)
If you have shoulder pain, elbow pain, knee pain, or foot pain, why don’t you “walk on the cutting edge?” Book an appointment at our physiotherapy clinic in Edmonton to see if your injury might benefit from radial shockwave.
Capilano Rehab physical therapists have provided state-of-the-art physical therapy, sports physiotherapy, back pain, WCB, accident, whiplash and injury rehab to clients in Edmonton for over 10 years.
Edmonton, AB. T6A 3Y8
2 comments on “Shockwave for Plantar Fasciitis and Tendonitis”
Can I take a shockwave therapy in minimal heel spur case? I want to fix that heel spur as soon as possible.
I have tennis elbow, I have heard that your treatment works well for that injury. I have also heard that it is expensive. What is the cost of treatments for that injury?