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What is Regenerative Wave Therapy?

Shockwaves are acoustic waves that travel through the body at supersonic velocity. The physical force of Shockwave causes shedding of micro-vesicles from cell membranes without harming the cells.

These micro-vesicles contain nucleic acids as well as proteins and other molecules that activate neighbouring cells—initiating intrinsic healing and repair mechanisms.

These mechanisms include the release of angiogenic growth factors, which leads to to vessel sprouting (angiogenesis) and the activation of stem cells, which in turn causes new vessel formation (vasculogenesis). At the same time, an increase of the metabolic activity of cells, proliferation and a positive, modulating effect on inflammation can be observed.

Shockwave initiates communication with and among cells, activating an intrinsic repair program within the tissue. This revolutionary cellular communication is the key to Shockwave’s unique medical efficacy without any relevant side effects.

At the core of Shockwave technology is a high energy discharge that promotes regeneration at the cellular level to kickstart repair of tendons, bones and other soft tissues resulting in the activation of healing. Results vary depending on each individual, but success rates are high and many patients see immediate improvement.

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