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Lymphoedema can be treated with shockwave therapy - non invasive, pain free


Often characterised by a heavy sensation in the area, or tight skin that's swollen and may even have pins and needles or painful joints nearby, Lymphoedema can be managed with shockwave therapy.

The high energy pulses from our shockwave devices encourages the uptake of fluid into the lymph vessels and away under the skin and amongst tendons. Combined with tendency for the shockwaves to promote the body's own healing through stimulated blood flow and collagen formation with pain relieving effects on the nerves, shockwave therapy is an effective, non-invasive treatment.

If you'd like to learn more see our outline of Lymphoedema and its treatment here, or contact us for a free conversation to see how we can help.

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