THE SWISS DOLORCLAST METHOD

THE ULTIMATE SOLUTION
IN SHOCK WAVE THERAPY

SOME HISTORY

Originally developed for urology, pneumatically generated shock waves were successfully used on bone tissue as early as 1990.

Invented by EMS Electro Medical Systems, the Radial Shock Wave therapy was introduced in 1999 under the name Swiss DolorClast® Method and became the new standard in extracorporeal shock wave therapy.

PAIN RELIEF IN A FEW SESSIONS

ESWT has been found to bring relief in most patients with just a few treatment sessions, even in patients suffering from chronic pain.

This non-invasive therapy activates a self-healing process where pain occurs and provides significant results.

HOW IT WORKS

A shock wave is a single acoustic pulse characterized by a rapid rise to a high peak pressure followed by a rapid drop to below ambient pressure. They are delivered to the affected area from the point of contact at the skin surface. Learn more

The Swiss DolorClast® Method uses single acoustic pressure waves to treat musculoskeletal and dermatological pathologies. It offers two technologies – propagation of radial and/or
focused shock waves – to optimize treatment results.

BASED ON 3 PILLARS

TECHNOLOGY

Innovative and reliable devices

CLINICAL PROOF

Safe and effective treatment method

EDUCATION

Practitioner training and shared knowledge

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