Shockwave Therapy at Kö 94 – Orthopedic Shockwave Therapy:

Shockwave Therapy is scientifically proven effective for a wide range of disorders of the musculo-skeletal system. My treatment spectrum includes in particular:

  • Calcified shoulder: painful movement restrictions of the shoulder at the attachment of the tendon
  • Tennis/golfer’s elbow: painful irritation at the attachment of the tendon of the elbow
  • Pain in the hands: as seen inDupuytren’s contractureand so-calledknuckle pads(i.e., demarcated pad-like thickening over the extensor side of the knuckles)
  • Calcaneal spur: usually chronic, painful inflammation on the heel bone
  • Achillodynia: usually inflammation-related changes of the Achilles tendon
  • Jumper’s knee: Pain on exertion or bursitis on the tip of the patella
  • Greater trochanteric pain syndrome (often also known as trochanteric bursitis): painful irritation at the attachment of the tendon, close to the body on the lateral thigh
  • Pseudo-osteoarthritis: delayed healing of fractures (usually caused by traumatic or fatigue fractures during sports); their healing can be supported by Shockwave Therapy or brought about in the first place through Shockwave Therapy
  • Muscle tension (frequently also referred to as myogelosis, trigger-point or myofascial-pain syndrome)
  • Fascial pain (muscle sheaths): The repairing stimuli specifically applied through Shockwave Therapy effectuate relief and reorganization of the fascia and subsequently lead to excellent reduction of the pain.
  • Treatment of pelvic floor pain caused by unequal load distribution or overexertion of the muscles

Of course, as a patient, you will receive more detailed information for each pain indication.