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Bury Physio offers shock treatment for tendon injury

Physiotherapist Elaine Jukes with the Shockwave machine in the gym at Bury Physio
Physiotherapist Elaine Jukes with the Shockwave machine in the gym at Bury Physio

Bury Physio has invested in a Shockwave machine which it says is an effective and non-invasive method for the treatment of localised musculoskeletal pain.

The Bury St Edmunds practice says sufferers of conditions like tennis elbow, frozen shoulder or back pain usually feel a reduction in pain after the very first session.

Elaine Jukes, advanced physiotherapist at Bury Physio, said: “Research confirms that Shockwave therapy is the most effective way of treating tendon problems. I treated my husband, who had chronic Achilles tendon pain, and after just two sessions he was able to return to walking football.

”Shockwave therapy, alongside an exercise programme, will ensure a quicker recovery from injury and has produced excellent clinical results for muscle pain in the hip, knee, shoulder or neck.”

Visit Bury Physio’s website www.buryphysio.co.uk


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