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Thorassic Park Too

Shockwave Ultrasound

Shockwave therapy is a safe, non-invasive procedure for treating many tendon, muscle and joint disorders.

Shockwave Therapy at Thorassic Park Too

Therapeutic ultrasound at Thorassic Park Too in Sarasota utilizes sound waves to penetrate below the surface of the skin to create a vibration of soft tissue (muscle, ligaments, tendons, bursas) to increase their thermal temperature. As a result, therapeutic ultrasound promotes circulation and blood flow to these tissues to aid and accelerate healing properties of an injured area. It also aids in helping to reduce muscle tension and spasm and can also be aid in breakdown of scar tissue. 

Shockwave therapy – also known as extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT)
and acoustic wave therapy (AWT) among other names – uses acoustic waves to transmit high peak pressure waves to promote and accelerate healing for subacute and chronic conditions. 

The Miracle Wave – utilizes modern technologies to address musculoskeletal issues and heal:

  • Remodel fibrotic tissue, release trigger points

  • Reverse chronic inflammation

  • Increase nitric oxide (NO)

  • Activate stem cells and growth factors

  • Reduce pain faster

  • Improve range of motion

  • Increase blood flow, microcirculation

  • Stimulate tissue remodeling, neovascularization

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