Boulder Shockwave Therapy Chiropractor For Chronic Back Pain: Treatment Launched

Boulder Back Pain Clinic’s newly launched Shockwave Therapy is a quick and simple treatment designed to help chronic back pain sufferers eliminate their symptoms and improve their mobility. The treatment utilizes high-energy radial pressure waves, or RPWs, to target inflamed areas that are prone to intense pain.

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According to the Health Policy Institute at Georgetown University, around 16 million American adults experience persistent or chronic back pain. As a result of this pain, many of them also report having limited mobility and significantly high levels of psychological distress. Generally speaking, treatments for chronic back pain involve chiropractic visits, prescription medications, and in extreme cases, surgical intervention. With its new Shockwave Therapy, Boulder Back Pain Clinic is trying to provide its patients with a non-invasive but effective way of mitigating their pain.

With Shockwave Therapy, or Myofascial Acoustic Compression Therapy, acoustic waves are used to target trigger points in the soft tissues, tendons, and bones that are most susceptible to chronic pain. By doing this, the body’s natural cell growth and repair processes are accelerated, and the need for painkillers, injections, or surgery is eliminated.

All Shockwave Therapy treatments start with the application of a coupling gel that helps transfer the waves into the body. Once applied, the waves are sent into the body using a special device called the Piezowave 2. The intensity of the waves is gradually increased based on the patient’s reactions to the treatment.

By getting Shockwave Therapy, patients can form new blood vessels, release pain in trigger points, reverse chronic inflammation, restore collagen production, and stimulate local stem cell production. All of these benefits together can lead to a significant reduction in back pain, increased mobility, and psychological improvement.

Shockwave Therapy has much lower risks than invasive treatments like injections, medications, or surgery. Some patients experience mild discomfort during and after the treatment; however, this typically subsides within a few hours.

“Shockwave Therapy isn’t just another fad treatment that fails to provide concrete results,” said a spokesperson for the practice. “Study after study has confirmed the method’s effectiveness in eliminating chronic pain and increasing mobility. By opting for Shockwave Therapy at Boulder Back Pain Clinic, you ensure that you are getting a well-established therapy at a reasonable cost.”

Interested parties can find more information at

Boulder Back Pain Clinic

2760 29th St #2b

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