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Shockwave Therapy Barrhaven

Struggling with chronic pain that’s keeping you from enjoying your favorite activities like hiking, jogging, or playing tennis? You don’t have to say goodbye to your passions or consider surgery as your only option. Discover a path to a pain-free lifestyle in Barrhaven with our Shockwave Therapy treatments. At our center, we specialize in delivering low-energy acoustic wave pulsations directly through the skin using a specialized gel medium. This innovative therapy is designed to provide immediate relief from conditions such as tennis elbow, without the dependency on painkillers. Reclaim your comfort and joy in activities with our effective Shockwave Therapy sessions in Barrhaven. Get back to living your life to the fullest, pain-free and surgery-free.


  1. Plantar Fasciitis: A common cause of heel pain, involving inflammation of the fascia at the bottom of the foot.
  2. Achilles Tendonitis: Inflammation of the Achilles tendon, leading to pain at the back of the heel or along the tendon.
  3. Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis): A condition causing pain around the outside of the elbow, often due to overuse.
  4. Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis): Similar to tennis elbow but affects the inside of the elbow.
  5. Jumper’s Knee (Patellar Tendonitis): Inflammation of the patellar tendon, causing pain in the knee.
  6. Heel Spurs: Calcium deposits that cause a bony protrusion on the underside of the heel bone.
  7. Shin Splints: Pain along the shin bone (tibia), common in runners.
  8. Bursitis: Inflammation of the bursae, small fluid-filled sacs that cushion bones, tendons, and muscles near joints.
  9. Rotator Cuff Tendinitis: Inflammation of the tendons in the rotator cuff of the shoulder.
  10. Hip Pain: Including conditions like trochanteric bursitis.
  11. Calcific Tendonitis: Where calcium deposits form in the tendons of the rotator cuff, causing pain and stiffness in the shoulder.
  12. Iliotibial Band (ITB) Syndrome: Inflammation of the ITB, a ligament that runs down the outside of the thigh from the hip to the shin.
  13. Chronic Enthesopathies: Painful conditions affecting the tendinous insertions onto the bone.
  14. Dupuytren’s Contracture: A condition that affects the fingers and hand, causing one or more fingers to bend towards the palm.
  15. Trigger Finger: A condition in which one of your fingers gets stuck in a bent position.


  • Shockwave Therapy is a non-invasive treatment that has shown effectiveness in treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions by promoting regeneration and repair of bones, tendons, and other soft tissues.
  1. Initial Assessment: The first step involves a thorough assessment by a qualified healthcare professional to determine if Shockwave Therapy is the appropriate treatment for your condition. This may include a physical examination and reviewing your medical history.

  2. Preparation: No special preparation is typically required before undergoing Shockwave Therapy. Patients are advised to wear comfortable clothing that allows easy access to the area being treated.

  3. Application of Gel: A conductive gel is applied to the treatment area. The gel helps to efficiently transfer the acoustic waves from the shockwave device to the skin.

  4. Shockwave Application: The Shockwave Therapy device is positioned against the treatment area. The device then emits high-energy acoustic waves in controlled pulses directly into the tissues. These pulses are carefully calibrated in terms of intensity and frequency, depending on the specific condition and the individual’s tolerance.

  5. Duration: Each Shockwave Therapy session typically lasts between 5 to 15 minutes, depending on the area being treated and the severity of the condition.

  6. Frequency of Sessions: The total number of sessions required varies depending on the individual’s response to treatment and the specific condition being treated. Generally, patients may undergo 3 to 5 sessions, usually spaced a week apart.

  7. Post-Treatment: Patients can usually return to their daily activities immediately after a session. There might be temporary soreness or swelling in the treated area, but these side effects are typically mild and resolve quickly.

  8. Follow-Up: Follow-up sessions and assessments may be scheduled to monitor the patient’s progress and make any necessary adjustments to the treatment plan.