Tissue Repair

Understanding Pain And Tissue Injury

Soft tissue injury is damage done to a ligament, tendon, muscle or nerve. An injury can be the result of a traumatic force applied to the body, or the product of overuse of a specific body part during everyday activities. Whether the injury was caused by a single bout or repeated stress, the final result is pain and tissue damage.

Most people suffering from chronic muscle pain, joint stiffness and cartilage degeneration have been living with the pain for a long time, but are unaware of newer treatment options to stop the pain and accelerate the tissue healing process. Many resort to taking drugs like painkillers or muscle relaxants to manage their pain and inflammation, or frequent massages to relax their tight muscles, which only temporarily relieve their symptoms.

Their pain problems will usually recur or eventually worsen. Some patients have problems with activities like work, sports or entertainment, resulting in a poor quality of life. Some may even have difficulty getting a good night’s sleep. As a result, they may feel discouraged or frustrated. They may even be wrongly convinced that it is ‘part of normal aging to experience pain.”

Breakthroughs In Tissue Repair Technology

Shockwave Therapy

Shockwaves Therapy has been used for many years as a safe, non-invasive treatment for people suffering from many tendons and muscle disorders. Originally used to disintegrate kidney stones, Shockwave Therapy has since evolved to successfully treat many soft tissue conditions.

It can be applied directly to the site of injury through the client’s skin via a gel medium, creating a series of intense, but very short physical energy waves. This acoustic energy wave works by re-stimulating a stagnant healing process and breaking down dysfunctional tissue.

The body then responds by increasing local metabolism and production of new healthy tissue.

Shockwave therapy has been scientifically proven to help with:

  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Jumper’s Knee’s
  • Calcific Shoulder Tendonitis
  • Muscle Trigger Points
  • Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
  • Adductor Strain
  • Hamstring Strain
The Pain relief Practice

Clinical studies have shown extremely high success rates, even in cases that have failed to respond to conventional approaches. What sets this treatment apart from traditional treatments is that it treats the underlying problem instead of only offering symptomatic relief.


Radiofrequency is a non-invasive, office based procedure easily performed to provide relief of pain by stimulating the body’s natural wound healing response. In several clinical studies success rates are above 80%. By delivering energy transcutaneously deep into the targeted tissue, non-invasive radiofrequency treatments require no down time and allows immediate return to work and normal daily activities.

Supporting Clinical Evidence

-Noninvasive monopolar capacitive-coupled radiofrequency for the treatment of pain associated with lateral elbow tendinopathies: 1-year follow-up. Read More

-Thermal and electric energy fields by noninvasive monopolar capacitive-coupled radiofrequency: temperatures achieved and histological outcomes in tendons and ligaments. Read More

-The thermal effect of monopolar radiofrequency energy on the properties of joint capsule. Read More

-Rating systems for evaluation of functional ankle instability: prospective evaluation in a cohort of patients treated with monopolar capacitive-coupled radiofrequency. Read More

-From Mini-Invasive to Non-Invasive Treatment Using Monopolar Radiofrequency: The Next Orthopaedic Frontier. Orthopedic Clinics of North America. 2009; 40(4): 531-535. Read More 

anMicrocurrent electrical stimulation represents a vast improvement in electrotherapy for pain management.

Microcurrent involves the application of small amounts of current, usually less than one milliampere, to treat the pain problem and heal soft tissues of the body. Injury to the body disrupts its normal electrical activity. Microcurrent electrical stimulation produces electrical signals like those naturally occurring when the body is repairing damaged tissues. By applying similar electrical currents, the healing process is enhanced.

The electrical current used in Microcurrent therapy is so small that it is a very comfortable treatment. It is often recommended in cases involving muscles spasms, tissues inflammation, tissues damage and tears. Microcurrent therapy can help quickly reduce pain, swelling and inflammation and also speed up soft tissues repair and regeneration.

Supporting Clinical Evidence

-Efficacy of microcurrent therapy in the treatment of chronic nonspecific back pain. Read More

-A randomized, controlled, double-blind pilot study of the effects of cranial electrical stimulation on activity in brain pain processing regions in individuals with fibromyalgia. Read More

-Cell-stimulation therapy of lateral epicondylitis with frequency-modulated low-intensity electric current. Read More

-Using cranial electrotherapy stimulation to treat pain associated with spinal cord injury. Read More

-Atlanto-axial subluxation syndrome and management of intractable headache, neck pain and shoulder pain with auricular stimulation. Read More

-Ultra-low microcurrent therapy: a novel approach for treatment of chronic resistant wounds. Read More


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