Renovare Pulsed Wave Therapy
We’re here to help those with challenging, complex chronic health conditions.
I (Dr. Gerhart) have suffered with chronic low-level nagging pain in my neck, shoulders, midback, low back and legs for many years. I have invested thousands in deep tissue massage, Rolfing, Gua Sha adhesion release, and every other therapy you can think of. While most have helped, nothing has reversed the scar tissue & adhesions to create the deep, long-lasting improvements I really wanted.
I had a large collection of adhesions, scar tissue, and tender trigger points. My fascia and muscle layers were glued together into a nasty mess (red cross hatch lines in graphic below) resulting in chronic pain. Healthy muscle & fascia fibers are in blue.
- Signaling our cells to turn on major healing and repair pathways via mechanobiology – an exciting new field of research.
- Turning off chronic pain and inflammation cycles to Close the Pain Gate
- Age reversing effect via Stem Cell formation & activation for youthful vitality in our stiff, tight, injured areas including cartilage regeneration.
- Can even reverse calcification in tendons, ligaments, and muscles especially in the shoulder.
- Activating revolutionary cell communication via mechanotransduction
- Creating new bone & blood vessels to support youthful muscles, fascia, ligaments, and tendons.
- Increases cell energy for healing
- Releasing Substance P – a key neurotransmitter responsible for turning off pain
Personally, I have experienced more pain relief & softening of hard knots than I thought possible with my initial therapy sessions. I can’t wait to get more.
Our Pulsed Wave Therapy unit has FDA approval for a large number of conditions
The goal during the therapy is a little mild pain for lots of gain as the sound waves activate our cellular healing. Possible temporary after-effects: mild swelling, redness, light bruising (MUCH less than Gua Sha), & soreness after treatment (esp. first treatment). Use of heat, stretching, and light exercise after is helpful. Add ice only if soreness is more than mild.
Reference: International Journal of Surgery Volume 24, Part B, December 2015, Pages 147-153 Shock wave as biological therapeutic tool: From mechanical stimulation to recovery and healing, through mechanotransduction
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