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Advertorial: Specialist treatment helps amateur Bristol athlete back to fitness

A new treatment offered at a Bristol hospital has helped a former national league hockey player to get back to fitness. Fifty-two-year-old Russell Cotter, from Clifton, is a sports and fitness enthusiast whose active lifestyle was seriously curtailed when he strained both Achilles tendons last year...

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Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins excited about Summer Olympics, next season

When Kings All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins arrived at Sacramento High School on Thursday, he believed he was doing his job. At the DeMarcus Cousins Elite Skills Basketball Camp – free for the 200 youngsters – he wasn’t just making an appearance...

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Source: Gay underwent shock wave treatment on Achilles

Earlier this summer, Rudy Gay underwent shock wave treatment -- not surgery -- to alleviate pain in his Achilles, a source confirmed to CSNCalifornia.com. In his interview earlier this week with Sactown Royalty, Gay stated that he had undergone surgery to repair micro tears in his Achilles...

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Shock wave therapy can repair injured muscles fast

Sending low-frequency acoustic shock waves to injured muscles could speed up the healing process in the tissues, says an interesting study. The Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) works by mechanically stimulating the tissue, which prompts stem cells to kick-start repair work...

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Shock Wave Therapy Could Accelerate Muscle Repair After Injury

Sending low-frequency shock waves through injured muscles could rapidly accelerate their recovery, according to a groundbreaking study. The findings could have a significant impact on the treatment of sporting injuries, potentially enabling athletes to make a swift return to training...

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This innovative therapy is helping to treat muscle pain without the need for surgery

Shockwave therapy is a highly effective way of treating pain without the need for surgery. It has proved to be massively beneficial to professional sportsmen and women with chronic tendon injuries...

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Shock Wave Therapy Effective for Coccydynia

A Chinese study in PLOS One suggests that extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) may be an effective pain reliever for patients suffering from coccydynia...

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Tufts Study: Shock Wave Therapy Could Be Answer For Rotator Cuff Injuries

BOSTON (CBS) — Shoulder pain is one of the most common reasons people go to the doctor and rotator cuff injuries are one of the most common causes of shoulder pain...

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Cures for Common Foot Problems, Without Surgery

Bunions, plantar fasciitis, hammertoes and pain in the ball of the foot, among others, can be treated, before a patient goes under the knife, podiatrists say...

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Shock wave therapy takes a swing at tennis elbow

You don’t need to play tennis to get tennis elbow. The condition, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is an aggressive form of tendinitis in which the tissue that connects the elbow joints is severely scarred and torn...

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Is there sex beyond Viagra?

One man most people wouldn't associate with poor performance in the bedroom is cricket ledgend Sir Ian Botham. The sporting lothario's autobiography is tellingly named Don't Tell Kath, and one former lover even claimed that one romp with him was so animated it broke the bed...

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Wade reveals shock treatment to deal with knee issues

HOLLYWOOD — Dwyane Wade offered a revelation Thursday about the knee issues that limited him during last season's run to the NBA championship . . . and it was shocking...

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Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) is a popular treatment method used to combat common concerns including heel pain, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, tennis elbow, shoulder tendonitis, lateral epicondylitis, and more.

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Low to Medium Intensity Treatment

Extracorpeal Shock Wave Therapy can be used to treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, particularly those involving areas where major connective tissues attach to bones.

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Most patients treated with shockwave experience a marked improvement within several weeks. Range of motion increases and freedom from symptoms is usually achieved after a single treatment.

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