Knee Pain

Knee Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most prevalent of the chronic rheumatic diseases and is a leading cause of pain and disability in most countries worldwide. The prevalence of OA is strongly associated with ageing and affects women more frequently than men. Furthermore, OA has been associated with heavy physical occupational activity, with knees and hips most affected1.

Radial Shockwave Therapy is a clinically proven way of reducing pain with mobility in knee osteoarthritis. Contact us today to arrange a session of radial shockwave therapy to reduce your pain. 

  1. Zhao et al

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Patella Tendinopathy

Patella tendinopathy (also known as jumper’s knee) is a chronic overuse condition of the knee, thought to be caused by a repetitive overload of the tendon. It is most common in athletes participating in jumping sports, such as basketball and volleyball. Symptoms include pain at the bottom of the knee cap. Radial shockwave therapy is a proven method of reducing pain and increasing function2.

2. Leeuwen et al

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Knee bursitis

One of many other various causes of knee pain is bursitis. Clinical research demonstrates that radial shockwave therapy can reduce the symptoms of this debilitating condition, keeping you on for feet3.

3. Khosrawi et al