Shockwave Therapy

​Shockwave therapy is a safe, non-invasive method of treating tendon, muscle and joint conditions. It employs a device to apply a series of acoustic wave pulsations directly to an injury through the skin using a gel medium, stimulating the body’s natural healing processes. It can be used effectively to treat a range of chronic or recurring conditions, as well as disorders that haven’t been successfully managed through traditional methods.

Common conditions that have been treated successfully with shockwave therapy techniques include tendinopathy, tendonitis, bursitis, tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, stress fractures and shin splints. It can also be used to help manage issues related to myofascial trigger points, hamstring tightness, scar tissue, and shoulder pain.
Treatment of tendinopathiesHamstrings
Myofascial trigger pointsAchilles tendinopathy
BursitisHallux rigidus
Non-healing ulcersTendonitis
Scar tissueJumpers knee
Calcific rotator cuff tendinitisTrigger point therapy
Shoulder painTennis elbow
Patellar tendonitisPlantar fasciitis/heel spur
Shin splintsStress fractures

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What is Synergy Rehab doing to prevent the spread of the virus?

Our Enhanced Safety Protocol involves the following steps:

1. Daily and continuous sanitization of all surfaces, equipment, and tools (every 30 minutes) throughout the day.

2. Use of personal protective equipment (PPE) by all staff members and therapists and a plexiglass shield at the front desk.

3. Coordinated and staggered appointments to limit the number of patients at a time.

4. Thorough room sanitization breaks in between appointments.

5. Social distancing markers, signage, new check-in protocol, and booking process.

6. Hand washing, and hand sanitizer stations available to all patients, staff, and therapists. Please refrain from bringing water bottles or other belongings.

7. Sorry, no sitting areas, washrooms, or beverages will be offered during this time.

8. Only patients receiving treatment will be allowed inside the clinic.