How to Relieve Foot Pain and Inflammation

Posted on Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019

Are you suffering with foot, arch or heel pain? Suffer no longer. Thanks to advances in technology, relief is available. Today we’re featuring two of the options we offer at Werkman, Boven & Associates at our Oakville Foot and Orthotic Clinic.

How do you know which therapy is right for you? Talk to your Chiropodist about your pain today!

Shock Wave Therapy

Shock Wave Therapy activates self-healing processes where pain occurs. Simply put: better blood circulation and the formation of new blood vessels results in improved metabolism. This in turn activates cell generation and helps dissolve calcium deposits.

Shock Wave Therapy using the Swiss DolorClast® method produces non-invasive, high-energy shock waves and delivers them to the tissue via the surface of the skin via a gel medium.

Shock Wave Therapy Treats These Conditions

  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Achilles Tendinopathy
  • Arch/heel pain

Jump on over to our website to discover the science behind Shock Wave Therapy.

Magnetic Biostimulation (MBS)

Magnetic Biostimulation (MBS) is safe and proven method that increases blood flow and oxygenation to promote healing. The therapeutic effect of Magnetic Biostimulation is based on the stimulation of circulation and the exchange of ions between the inner and outer cell wall.

MBS Treats These Conditions

  • Fractures (especially non union)
  • Connective tissue repair
  • Delayed wound and bone healing
  • Sports injuries
  • Decubitus ulcers
  • Chronic and degenerative conditions
  • Acute and chronic inflammation

Hop on over to our website to read 3rd party articles and scientific white papers on the benefits of Magnetic Biostimulation. We want you to be informed!

Don’t let pain or the fear of pain negatively affect your quality of life. Talk to your Chiropodist about all the options suited for your unique needs. You’ll be glad you did!

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