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21/Feb/2024

Shockwave therapy in the treatment of joint calcifications

Joint calcifications can cause discomfort and limited mobility in areas such as the shoulder, hip, knee, elbow, and even the heel. Physiatrists and physiotherapists recommend Shockwave therapy as an effective solution to the problem of joint calcification.

What are joint calcifications?

Calcifications, also known as calcifications, represent the accumulation of calcium in the soft tissues of the joints. This process can cause pain, especially during movement, and interfere with daily activities.

How does Shockwave Therapy work?

Shockwave therapy is an innovative method of treating calcifications. It uses high-intensity shock waves aimed at the calcifications. These waves help break up calcium crystals, facilitating their resorption and reducing inflammation.

Benefits of Shockwave Therapy

Pain Reduction: Shockwave therapy significantly reduces pain associated with joint calcifications.
Increased Mobility: This treatment improves joint mobility, allowing a return to daily activities.
Fast Results: Most patients notice improvement after just a few sessions.
When to consult a physiatrist?

If you are experiencing pain and discomfort due to joint calcifications, you should consult a licensed physiatrist. They will assess your condition and recommend appropriate treatment, including shockwave therapy.

Shockwave therapy is an effective and non-invasive option for the treatment of joint calcifications, applicable to various parts of the body, including the shoulder, hip, knee, elbow and heels. Using shock waves, this therapy can improve joint health and get you back to an active life. Do not wait until the pain becomes unbearable – consult a physiatrist and learn more about the benefits of shockwave therapy.

We are at your disposal for all additional questions and information.


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23/Jan/2023

Physical therapy is an indispensable part of medicine, which deals with treatment, rehabilitation, as well as improving the functionality of the entire organism. The goal of physical therapy is for the person to regain mobility, as well as to return to daily activities. Physical therapy is used to treat injuries, as well as diseases that affect the entire locomotor apparatus (bones, muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments). The therapy itself acts on bones, muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, joints, so it has a very wide range of effects. Regardless of whether your shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, neck, spine, knee, ankle hurts, whether it is an acute, subacute or chronic illness, physical therapy is an indispensable part of treatment. In addition to the effects on the locomotor system, physical therapy also affects the cardiovascular, respiratory, and digestive tracts.

Physical therapy has several forms of application, the most common being electrotherapy, kinesitherapy, laser therapy, magnetotherapy, ultrasound therapy, tekar therapy, various forms of massage. In addition to forms of physical therapy, the Hiro-Fizikal clinic also uses chiropractic, popularly known as chiropractic, a manual non-invasive method (for patients who are afraid of manipulation), acupuncture, pain mesotherapy, as well as a physiatrist examination service at the request of the patient.


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02/Feb/2022

The rehabilitation process begins immediately after the surgery, on the same day or the next day. The patient becomes vertical, starts walking, with the help of aids (crutches, walkers) or only with the assistance of a physiotherapist, depending on the patient's condition, his muscles, general health, as well as previous activities and possible accompanying diseases.




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