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Soft Wave Therapy

Non-invasive treatment that involves the delivery of shock waves to injured soft tissue to reduce pain and promote healing.

Soft Wave Therapy

Non-invasive treatment that involves the delivery of shock waves to injured soft tissue to reduce pain and promote healing.

What are the Benefits of Soft Wave Therapy?

  • Accelerates healing of connective tissue
  • Decreases swelling and inflammation
  • Restoration in range of motion and decreased pain
  • Improved mitochondrial function
  • gives a kick to the energy center of the cell allowing for faster healing
  • Angiogenesis – increased circulation and vascularization
  • Accelerates healing in non-healing fractures in lower extremities
  • Helps with wound healing, also has an anat-microbial effect
  • Stimulation of your own body’s stem cells, thus increasing your body’s healing response
  • Improved sexual health for both men and women (helps with ED for men and incontinence in women)

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What is ESWT Therapy?

It stands for Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy. It’s a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment of soft tissue, bone, joint pain, nerve and many other areas.

What is SWTRT?

It stands for SoftWave Tissue Regeneration Technologies. This is the company that offers the only unfocused true shock wave  technology device.

What is SoftWave Therapy?

It is treatment involving technology that applies short, frequent, and high intensity bursts of mechanical energy (in the form of a shock wave) into soft-tissue that is injured, scarred, or contains  adhesions, is painful, or inflamed.

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FAQ

Is the Treatment new?

No. It is the standard of care for soft tissue injuries in Europe and has been a non-surgical option in the U.S. for over 20 years.

Is it FDA approved?

It is FDA 510(k) cleared for: Activation of connective tissue, treatment of chronic
diabetic foot ulcers and treatment of acute second-degree burns, Pain reduction and
Improved blood supply.

What is its intended use?

It is FDA 510(k) cleared for: Activation of connective tissue, treatment of chronic diabetic foot ulcers and treatment of acute second-degree burns, Pain reduction and Improved blood supply.

Does it work?

Depending on the treatment type, studies show success rates of up to 99%.

Is SoftWave better than other ESWT devices on the market?

Definitely. The therapy has a wider and deeper therapeutic energy zone than all other devices on the market. This results in greater healing as the energy is spread over a vastly larger and deeper area.

Is it painful?

There may be mild discomfort, but patients typically don’t complain of treatment pain.

Who performs the treatment?

At Waters Edge Medical Clinic our licensed professionals perform the SoftWave TRT.

How long is the treatment?

Typically, 5-15 minutes.

Typically, 6-10 treatments spread out throughout the course of 6 weeks.

Is SoftWave therapy covered by insurance?

Currently more and more insurances are covering SoftWave Therapy. 

We verify patients’ insurance before treatment is performed to go over all of their options. 

How much does SoftWave therapy cost?

 We have an introductory offer to try a Softwave treatment for joint pain or neuropathy for $49. Cost after the introductory session are usually $250 per session. Currently we have a wonderful special where you can buy 8 sessions at a discounted rate of $1, 280. 

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Testimonials

MARY L.
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I used to sit or lay down almost all the time, now when I wake up I the morning my back is a little achy but goes away within ½ hour. I feel great most all day. I am so much improved I haven’t even used a walker for about a month. I am so grateful for this treatment, I can’t find the words to thank you. Considering my age (80) I feel great!!
Minky B.
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Though I was nervous about my procedure, management and staff brought a lighter image my way that made my time at Water's Edge remarkable. Nurse Judy is AMAZING! God Bless you all.
Del G.
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I have enjoyed my experience with Waters edge medical, they are taking a personal interest in me and helping me get through my neuropathy issue. I still have a ways to go but I’m sure and have confidence they will continue to help me.
Randy N.
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Great help for my neuropathy. Very compassionate and caring staff.
M A
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I love this office. The staff are so warm and empathetic. I received help with my muscle spasms and inflammation. Would return to the office for treatment if needed. I highly recommend this office and treatments.
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