Radial Pressure Wave Therapy Minot ND

Radial Pressure Wave Therapy

Have you tried everything to treat your painful condition, but to no avail? If so, Radial Pressure Wave Therapy may be for you. This form of treatment has been proven successful in treating many conditions that are notoriously difficult to treat. This is typically the last conservative resort before surgery is recommended – so before undergoing the knife, take a chance with Radial Pressure Wave therapy.


What exactly is Radial Pressure Wave Therapy?


If you are living in Minot, ND, RPW Therapy is just a call away – but exactly is it? RPW Therapy uses therapeutic shockwaves to reduce pain and promote healing within the affected area(s) of the body. It originally began over 20 years ago as a way to eliminate kidney stones without causing skin injury. Since then, it has been successful in treating a large number of difficult conditions, including:


  • Frozen shoulder.
  • Plantar fasciitis.
  • Tendinitis.
  • Shin splints.
  • Achilles tendinopathy.
  • Calcaneal apophysitis.
  • De Quervain’s tenosynovitis.
  • Osgood-Schlatter disease.
  • Tennis elbow.
  • Golfer’s elbow.
  • Morton’s neuroma.
  • And more!


When a physical therapist performs RPW Therapy, a shockwave will be generated in a handpiece and delivered to the affected tissues via the compressed air that released through the handpiece. The shockwave will radiate into the affected area and spread to the surrounding areas nearby. Relief should be noticed almost immediately, as pain is alleviated through the shockwaves. This form of treatment accounts for a quick recovery with quick results – in fact, there are usually no more than 3-4 sessions required for optimum results.


How will I benefit from Radial Pressure Wave Therapy?


There are four main benefits to RPW Therapy: pain reduction, increased metabolism, revascularization, and normalized muscle tone. If you are looking for Radial Pressure Wave Therapy in Minot, look no further – Premier Physical Therapy in Minot, ND, has you covered. Contact our office at Burlington, Surrey, Minot, ND to set up a consultation and learn more about how this effective form of treatment may benefit you. You can also request an appointment online by clicking here.