Shockwave

The AK-Shockwave is finally here! It is fabulous when you can finally combine the healing arts of Applied Kinesiology and all of the umbrella disciplines within it, with the latest and greatest that technology has to offer. If you didn't know, Shockwave therapy is incredible. My first introduction was from the Canadian Olympic Chiropractor, whose office I was attending for a seminar. He said it was his favorite equipment and the results were amazing. "WOW!!!!!!! How much is it, I want one," was my next question. He said $40,000. Ouch!

10 years later I took a gamble with a manufacturer in China. Anything could have happened. You can send your money overseas and not get a thing or junk. So many of those companies make you wire the money and "HOPE" for the best. It was a big gamble, but it turned out to be an amazing one. The machine has been awesome and has helped so many of my patients. I'm not new to technology in the office. Just check out everything I use in my office at https://wellnesscny.com. You will see for yourself. This machine is my favorite right now with the type of results I am getting with patients not to mention saving my fingers and wrists with all of the soft tissue work I do. 

I figured at a $3500 price tag, even if it went bad in a couple years..... I could buy a dozen machines before it equaled the full price of the other machine. The relationship has grown and several doctors love it now. I've developed a relationship with the manufacturer and am their point of contact here in the US. As an extra comfort and safety mechanism of not sending your money to China....... you can pay me directly the $3500 and once the order is ready to ship, it takes about 5 business days to receive it. 

It is designed specifically for us in the US, so I got to name it the AK-Shockwave!

They still have a 2 years warranty on the machine, which is another nice safety net. Feel free to call the office at 315-451-1152 or email at [email protected] with your interest. I will send you an invoice. 

AND...... for a limited time, I will include the entire 100 Hour Professional Applied Kinesiology Course Online for FREE!!!!!!



Maximum pressure8 bar ( 60-430mj/cm2)
frequency1-21HZ (D-actor)
standard 5 leadsA6,D15F15,D20,D35 Derivative)
Impact pistol1 put
Bulled4 sets
Energy60mj/cm2 to 380mj/cm2
Shots per bullet2,000,000 shots
CompressorGerman imported Thomas brand

Patient satisfaction reached 90 %

In this study we want to evaluate 100 patients with chronic tendon and bone pathologies treated with one or both therapies.

https://www.shockwavetherapy.eu/hil-versus-hil-and-rswt-pain-and-patient-satisfaction-evaluation-of-100-patients

Radial Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy in the Treatment of Shoulder Calcific Tendinitis

Relieves pain, broadens range of motion and strengthens muscles in treatment of shoulder calcific tendinitis

https://www.shockwavetherapy.eu/scientificsupport-study-19


Radial Shockwave Therapy and High Intensity Laser Combined Treatment in Elbow Tendinopathies

Complete elimination of pain

https://www.shockwavetherapy.eu/scientificsupport-study-17

Extracorporeal Radial Shockwave Therapy for Lateral Epicondylitis

No re-occurence at 6-month follow-up

After 6 months of follow up, twenty-seven elbows (64.2%) were free of complaints.

https://www.shockwavetherapy.eu/scientific-support-study-16


Shockwave Therapy for Patellar Tendinopathy in Patients with Total Knee Arthroplasties

Faster return to sports

The use of shockwave therapy in this series of patellar tendinopathy patients with previous total knee arthroplasty is favorable.

https://www.shockwavetherapy.eu/scientific-support-study-14

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy in the Treatment of Chronic Plantar Fasciitis

Pain reduction by more than 60%

ESWT is a non-invasive, safe and effective treatment for recalcitrant plantar fasciitis.

https://www.shockwavetherapy.eu/scientific-support-study-13

Extracorporeal Radial Shockwave Therapy for the Treatment of Achilles Tendinopathies

More than 75% very satisfied patients

Extracorporeal shockwave therapy has been shown to be effective in the treatment of chronic tendon pathology in the elbow, shoulder, Achilles tendinopathy and plantar fascia.

This prospective study shows the efficacy of extracorporeal radial shockwave therapy in the treatment insertional and not insertional Achilles tendinopathy.

https://www.shockwavetherapy.eu/scientific-support-study-1

Shockwave Therapy for Knee Osteoarthritis

95% SWT efficiency

Osteoarthrosis is a widespread disease affecting 10% of the world‘s population. According to various authors, frequency of this pathology ranges from 30 to 55% among all orthopedic patients who visit the doctor.

A promising method of conservative therapy of arthrosis patients is the application of extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT), a new method of treatment which represents a promising alternative surgery treatment of deforming knee ostheoarthrosis.

https://www.shockwavetherapy.eu/scientific-support-study-2


Shockwave Therapy in Scapulohumeral Periarthritis with Calcific Tendinitis of the Shoulder

Elimination of calcifications in 84% of cases

https://www.shockwavetherapy.eu/scientific-support-study-3


Shockwave Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy in Professional Athletes

Chronic proximal hamstring tendinopathy is an overuse syndrome that is usually managed by nonoperative methods. Shockwave therapy has proved to be effective in many tendinopathies.

https://www.shockwavetherapy.eu/scientific-support-study-6

Mechano-transduction Effect of Shockwaves in the Treatment of Lumbar Facet Joint Pain: Comparative Effectiveness Evaluation of Shockwave Therapy, Steroid Injection and Radiofrequency Medial Branch Neurotomy

Significant decrease in VAS

Lumbar facet joints (FJ) is a common source of low back pain and contributes approximmately on one third of chronic low back pain. 

https://www.shockwavetherapy.eu/scientific-support-study-8

Excellent results in treatment of Achilles tendinopathy

Chronic Achilles tendinopathy has been described as the most common overuse injury in sports medicine.

Several treatment modalities such as activity modification, heel lifts, arch supports, stretching exercises, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, and eccentric loading are known as standard treatment mostly without proven evidence.

https://www.shockwavetherapy.eu/scientific-support-study-10