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One of the effective modalities consists of acoustic or pressure wave therapy, also called ESWT. The physics behind this treatment is somewhat complicated.
In the mid-1970s, German and Swiss physicians treated a patient with kidney stones with lithotripsy. This treatment became standard of care and remains the treatment of choice, virtually eliminating the need for surgery.
Similar techniques have been developed for soft tissue, musculoskeletal and orthopedic conditions called orthotripsy. This treatment has been used widely and very successfully in Europe. It is also being used in the United States and other parts of the world.
Sports medicine centers such as the Mayoclinic Minneapolis, Stanford California, Harvard and Cleveland clinic use this treatment for musculoskeletal dysfunction and injury.
US Olympic and Paralympic team uses this treatment very effectively as competitive athletes cannot have too much downtime and are often not able to take medication or injections.
Another new treatment that will be offered is called magnetic transduction therapy or EMTT. EMTT® differs from general forms of magnetic field therapy or PEMF due to the high oscillation frequency of 100 – 300 kHz. This property enables a high penetration depth (18 cm).
MAGNETOLITH® opens up new possibilities in regeneration and rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system.
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Following the treatment, there is generally no pain. Rarely, there can be minor discomfort which can last a few hours. Most patients can resume their normal activities within 24 hours.
Once pain and function have improved, the patient will be ready to undergo physical therapy and rehabilitation.
Traditional modalities treat symptoms, whereas regenerative therapy aims to treat the root cause of a patient's condition by replacing, regenerating, or restoring lost or damaged tissue and cells.