Treatment Modalities and Methodology

Pain control techniques
Stretching exercises
Strengthening exercises
Gym exercises
REPEX
Acupuncture
Manipulation
Traction
Heat therapy
Cold therapy
Ultrasound
Interferential therapy
TENS

Shock Wave

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) is a medical technology used in many parts of the world, both in disintegrating kidney stones and in treating musculoskeletal injuries.
It utilizes high-energy shock waves, which are transmitted through the skin to underlying tissues. A shock wave is a mechanical wave and not an electric one and there is no rick of electrocution when being used.

The shock waves promote blood circulation and activate self-healing processes. Research has shown that shock waves play a part in formation of new blood vessels, cell regeneration and dissolution of calcium deposits.