Shock wave therapy
in Marbella, Costa del Sol

What is a therapy using Shock Waves?

Innovative and revolutionary treatment for tendinopathy and calcifications.: “Radial shock waves “

Physiological effects of the Shock Waves

We know that the shock waves, when applied in the sore area, have the following effects:

  • Generate an analgesic effect
  • Increase blood circulation
  • Facilitate the healing process
  • Increase the metabolism in the application area
  • Stimulate the release of endorphyns and other substances
  • Create a new vascularization (blood flow) in the treated area

Benefits of the Shock Waves

  • No need of anesthesia
  • No use of medicines
  • NON invasive treatment
  • Practically free of pain after the treatment
  • Quick results
  • High success ratio

How many sessions will I need?

Usually you need between 3 to 6 sessions, one session per week

Who applies the technique?

Eduardo Reque. Physiotherapist specialized in Shock Waves

What kind of injuries can we treat?

1. Painful impingement syndrome - See video

2. Epicondylitis or tennis elbow - See video

3. Trochanteric bursitis (Bursitis trocanterea) - See video

4. Patellar tendonitis - See video

5. Medial epicondylitis - See video

6. Insertional Achilles tendinopathy - See video

7. Tendinopathy of Achilles middle third - See video

8. Plantar Fasciitis (heel spur) - See video

9. Chronical enthesopathy
Painful irritation of the tendon insertions due to an excessive effort or inadequate tension or for a degenerative process

10. Acupuncture points

11. Painful trigger points

12. Other applications:

  • Peyronie's disease
  • Primary and Secondary Lymphedema
  • Acute and chronic damages in the soft tissues
  • Cellulitis

Satisfactory results supporting the Shockwave therapy.

  • Supraspinatus tendinopathy 90%
  • Calcific tendinopathy 70%
  • Epicondylitys or tennis elbow 75%
  • Patellar tendinopathy 75%
  • Achilles tendinopathy 54%
  • Plantar fasciitis 80%
  • Heel spur 85%