Softwave Therapy is a non-invasive approach for promoting  healing in injured areas. It employs the delivery of highly effective  shock waves to initiate cellular-level biological regeneration  processes. This technology administers short, frequent, and  intense bursts of mechanical energy (shockwaves) into soft tissue  that may be injured, scarred, have adhesions, or is experiencing  pain or inflammation. 

Mechanotransduction Mechanism with 3 Phases: 

  1. PHYSICAL

Generates a substantial positive pressure wave  

succeeded by a negative pressure wave. 

  1. CHEMICAL

Mechanical stimulus triggers biochemical reactions,  leading to the release of biomolecules and activation of cell  signaling. 

  1. BIOLOGICAL

Initiates angiogenesis, modulates inflammation, and  stimulates tissue regeneration. 

The angiogenic effect of shockwave treatment is widely  documented in shockwave science. Induction of vessel sprouting  has been observed in various tissues, including wounds, bone,  muscle, heart, and skin. 

Therapeutic Effects of SoftWave Therapy 

Increases blood supply 

Modulates inflammation 

Stimulates and activates stem cells 

Repairs and regenerates tissue 

Reduces acute and chronic pain