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Applications of SoftWave in Physical Therapy

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Acute Sports Injuries

Injuries such as sprains, muscle strains, and acute ligament tears are prevalent, posing significant challenges to athletes’ careers and active individuals’ lifestyles. SoftWave Therapy emerges as a revolutionary treatment approach, distinguished by:

  • Immediate Pain Alleviation: It rapidly diminishes discomfort, facilitating an earlier start to rehabilitative movements and a quicker return to daily activities or sports.
  • Enhanced Recovery for Acute Injuries: By stimulating the body’s inherent healing mechanisms, it significantly shortens the recovery timeline, helping athletes and physically active individuals bounce back faster.
  • Chronicity Prevention: The technology plays a crucial role in ensuring complete and effective healing of acute injuries, reducing the risk of their progression into chronic ailments.
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Post-Orthopedic Surgery Rehabilitation

Recovery from orthopedic surgeries—ranging from joint replacements to ligament repairs—can be a slow, challenging process fraught with pain and limited mobility. SoftWave Therapy significantly transforms this recovery journey through:

  • Streamlined Healing Processes: It activates cellular and matrix regeneration, effectively reducing recovery durations and helping patients achieve milestones in their rehabilitation sooner.
  • Pain and Swelling Reduction: By targeting post-surgical pain and inflammation directly, it enhances patient comfort and contributes to a more positive recovery experience.
  • Facilitated Functional Restoration: It accelerates the return of function and strength, making the rehabilitation process more efficient and enabling patients to regain their pre-surgery levels of activity with greater ease.
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Chronic Musculoskeletal Conditions

For the millions suffering from chronic conditions like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and persistent back pain, daily life can become a series of navigations around discomfort and immobility. SoftWave Therapy offers a beacon of hope, characterized by:

  • Substantial Pain Relief: It provides a notable decrease in pain levels for those suffering from chronic conditions, thereby improving mobility and overall quality of life.
  • Inflammation Management: By adjusting the body’s inflammatory responses, it not only alleviates discomfort but also contributes to a reduction in the overall severity of the condition.
  • Tissue Regeneration and Repair: The therapy’s ability to promote the healing and regeneration of damaged tissues slows down the progression of chronic degenerative diseases, providing patients with longer periods of improved function and less pain.

Advantages of SoftWave Therapy for Healthcare Professionals

Integrate SoftWave Therapy into your practice to stay at the forefront of sports medicine, offering your athlete patients innovative, effective, and non-invasive treatment options. Benefits include:

  • Patented broad-focused applicator
  • FDA-cleared
  • Easy to operate
  • Most effective
  • Quick recovery with no known side effects
  • Increased revenue potential with superior ROI
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Opportunities for Government Partnerships: GSA Contract Holder

SoftWave Therapy is not only a preferred choice among private healthcare providers but also a recognized option for government medical facilities, having secured a General Services Administration (GSA) contract

  • Effective from July 15, 2023, to July 14, 2028
  • Contract 36F79723D01671
  • Falls under Schedule 65 II A, dedicated to Medical Equipment and Supplies as part of Federal Supply Schedule Solicitation RFP-797-FSS-99-0025-R10
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SoftWave Therapy Indications

SoftWave’s patented broad-focused shockwave therapy devices are FDA-cleared and effective at treating a variety of soft tissue injuries and conditions.

Evidenced by Research: Clinical Studies Supporting SoftWave Therapy

current research

Low-Intensity Shockwave Therapy (Li-ESWT) is an evidence-based approach to improving patient outcomes.

FDA 510(k) cleared for:
  • Activation of connective tissue
  • Treatment of chronic diabetic foot ulcers
  • Treatment of acute second-degree burns
  • ​Improved blood supply
Shockwave therapy research
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy in the Management of Sports Medicine Injuries

Alison N. Schroeder, MD; Adam S. Tonforde, MD

Shockwave research
Efficacy of Broad-Focused Medium-Intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (MI-ESWT) for Plantar Fasciitis

Alison N. Schroeder, MD; Adam S. Tonforde, MD

Extracorporeal shockwave therapy
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy for Treating Chronic Low Back Pain: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

Alison N. Schroeder, MD; Adam S. Tonforde, MD

Extracorporeal shockwave therapy
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy for the treatment of chronic pelvic pain syndrome

Alison N. Schroeder, MD; Adam S. Tonforde, MD

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