Softwave Therapy FAQ's
What is Softwave therapy?
Softwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment method that uses high-frequency sound waves to stimulate the body's natural healing response.
How does Softwave therapy work?
Softwave therapy works by delivering acoustic waves to the affected area, promoting increased blood flow and the growth of new blood vessels. This helps to speed up the healing process and reduce pain and inflammation.
What conditions can be treated with Softwave therapy?
Softwave therapy can be used to treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, including
arthritis tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, and chronic pain.
How is a candidate assessed for Softwave therapy?
A healthcare professional will assess a candidate's medical history, perform a physical
examination, and potentially order diagnostic tests to determine if Softwave therapy is a suitable treatment option.
What should I expect when preparing for Softwave therapy?
Before Softwave therapy, you may be advised to avoid certain medications, discontinue physical therapy, and follow any specific pre-treatment instructions provided by your healthcare provider.
What happens during the Softwave therapy treatment process?
During the Softwave therapy treatment, a handheld device is applied to the affected area, and acoustic waves are delivered to the targeted tissue. The duration and intensity of the treatment will depend on the specific condition being treated.
What are the potential benefits and risks of Softwave therapy?
The potential benefits of Softwave therapy include pain reduction, improved mobility, and faster healing. However, there are also potential risks, such as bruising, swelling, and temporary discomfort during treatment.
What is the recovery and rehabilitation process after Softwave therapy?
After Softwave therapy, you may be advised to rest and avoid strenuous activities for a short
period. Your healthcare provider may also recommend physical therapy or exercises to aid in
the recovery process.
Are there alternative treatment options to Softwave therapy?
Yes, there are alternative treatment options available for certain conditions. These may include chiropractic, laser, acupuncture, physical therapy, medications, surgery, or other non-invasive therapies. It is best to consult with your healthcare provider to determine the most appropriate treatment for your specific condition.
Contact Dr. Aaron Miller D.C. at Rock Chiropractic- 303-840-2092 with any questions about your healthcare needs.