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Dr. Steven Sampson Publishes New Article on Shockwave Use for Athletes and Physically Active Individuals!

This publication by Dr. Sampson & his colleagues in the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) is the 1st of its kind summarizing all of the peer reviewed papers on extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) use in athletes and active individuals. It serves as a great reference for Athletic trainers, Physical therapists, Sports Med, Orthopedic, Pain, and […]

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Shockwave Therapy for Tennis Elbow: How to Find Relief and Get Back on the Court

Tennis elbow is a common condition that affects athletes, especially tennis players. It is a type of repetitive strain injury that causes pain and discomfort in the elbow, forearm, and wrist. The condition is caused by the overuse of the forearm muscles and tendons, which can lead to small tears in the tendons and muscles.

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What is shockwave therapy

Unlocking the Therapeutic Power of Shockwave Therapy

What Is Shockwave Therapy? At the forefront of innovative medical treatments, you’ll find Shockwave Therapy. This non-invasive procedure is revolutionizing how we approach injury recovery and overall health improvement. Shockwave Therapy, also known as Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT), is a non-surgical treatment that utilizes sound waves to stimulate healing in the body. These high-energy

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What is PRP?

PRP stands for Platelet-Rich Plasma, a minimally invasive treatment using your own blood for orthopedic conditions. A patient’s blood is taken and spun down, separating it into its natural 4 components. The plasma or liquid part of the blood is collected along with platelets. PRP contains concentrated platelets with plasma and growth factors which are

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PRP Therapy for Hip Osteoarthritis

PRP treatment to the hip involves taking a sample of the patient’s own blood and separating its properties by blood spinning or centrifugation. The yellow liquid component, or the plasma, contains platelets that secrete growth factors and other anti-inflammatory proteins. Using image guidance, typically ultrasound these cells are injected into painful joints and soft tissues.

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What is PRP Treatment for Knee Pain?

PRP treatment is a minimally invasive same-day procedure that involves taking a sample of the patient’s blood and separating it into its 4 components (white blood cells, red blood cells, platelets, and plasma). The yellow liquid component of the blood, or the plasma, contains platelets that secrete growth factors and over 1,500 proteins. When injected

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