Friday, September 16, 2016

Gold Medal Performance: How Olympic Athletes Use The Miracle Wave® Technology for Sports Injuries

The 2016 Olympic Games have come and gone quickly—The metropolitan area of Rio (which was bustling with athletes from across the globe for the past few months) has quieted down significantly, and locals may not see as boisterous a crowd in their homeland again until its notorious Carnaval festival takes place at the end of February 2017.

Athletes who have spent years gearing up for this highly anticipated competition of sports are now back at home either training for their next rigorous match/duel/game or, unfortunately, recovering from the trauma and stress their bodies recently endured while competing in Brazil.

But whether each Olympian resumes training or is simply rehabilitating from his/her beloved sport, there is one thing for many of them that remains constant: the use of acoustic wave therapy, to ensure optimal health as well as peak performance (should he or she anticipate participating in challenging activities once again).

2016 is not the first year professional athletes have taken advantage of acoustic wave therapy such as The Miracle Wave® technology, however.

This method of treatment was also used on Olympic athletes during the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens as well as the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. And clearly, because competitors have experienced superior results in addition to practically no down time for recovery, it’s been ideal for many and still continues to be a successful therapy for various sports-related injuries outside of Olympic villages worldwide.

Three common Olympic sports injuries radial sound waves can help treat include:

Tendinopathies are typical diagnoses found among athletes’ knee problems. One of the most common conditions, patellar tendinopathy, can be dramatically improved by acoustic wave therapy treatment.

A recent study by three researchers in the Netherlands reviewed more than half a dozen trials of ultrasonic sound waves for the treatment of patellar tendinitis. Because no adverse effects or complications were identified during their research, the study’s authors were led to recommend this type of therapy not only as an alternative to surgery in chronic cases, but as their top choice of treatment, even for less severe cases of patellar tendinitis.

One of the world’s most recognized rugby players from New Zealand’s >>All Blacks<< national team, Dan Carter, is also a huge proponent of AWT for patellar tendinopathy. He, too, claims he has benefited greatly from this treatment.

Lateral elbow pain such as tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is one of the most common repetitive motion injuries today. In four recent studies documented by healthcare provider Aetna, several observations reflected improvement with the use of AWT compared to placebo therapy.

Additional studies also conducted on subjects with lateral epicondylitis showed improvement in pain, function and grip strength upon receiving acoustic wave treatment.
Ukrainian gymnast Ihor Radivilov has continuously undergone treatment similar to The Miracle Wave® technology for injuries to his elbow, shoulder and ankle, and reportedly raves about the efficacy of this type of therapy.

Although originally developed to dissolve kidney stones, acoustic wave therapy has also been known to provide optimal relief when directed from outside the body onto the heel of the foot (sending sound waves into an athlete’s foot can stimulate the body’s healing process by overstimulating nerves, reducing sensitivity and decreasing overall pain in the foot).

In a double-blind trial among 40 participants with chronic painful heel syndrome, therapy using acoustic waves resulted in a 73.2% reduction in composite heel pain along with noticeable changes in pain levels and no relevant adverse effects were reported.

British field hockey player Crista Cullen claims she was able to significantly reduce her heel pain and go on to compete in the 2012 Olympics after receiving regular treatments of AWT prior to playing in London’s summer games.

Regardless of athletic caliber or the severity of a sports injury, acoustic waves have (for years) been considered valuable in treating many different musculoskeletal disorders such as plantar fasciitis, epicondylitis and tendinitis. In fact in most situations, AWT is considered the most ideal non-invasive alternative to surgery, mainly because there are little to no side effects and there's practically no downtime involved.

Additionally, many patients undergoing AWT treatment with technology like The Miracle Wave® are able to feel significantly less pain, and resume daily activities almost immediately.

If you're currently experiencing joint or musculoskeletal pain or are a healthcare professional and believe your patients could benefit from The Miracle Wave®, CLICK HERE to learn about implementing this technology in your practice today.


Sunday, July 3, 2016

Game Changer: How World Cup Athletes are Using The Miracle Wave® -Type Technology

From the World Cup in Brazil to local youth leagues, we all know soccer-related injuries are basically unavoidable. Just a few of the injuries recently reported include:

- Germany’s Lukas Pudolski, thigh injury
- Brazil’s star Neymar, fractured vertebra, injuries to right knee and left hamstring (out for the remainder of the World Cup)
- Dutch midfielder Nigel De Jong, groin injury 

The most common injuries are usually among lower extremities such as ankle sprains, muscle strains and contusions & tendinitis. While these athletic setbacks may or may not require surgery, they generally result in an extensive recovery period with a significant loss in playing time. 

Typical required treatment for athletes (especially within such a short time frame for the World Cup) consists of momentary rest and rehab, and then it's back on the field to compete again.

Although treatments for World Cup and other competitive players can vary from R.I.C.E. (Rest, Ice, Compression, Election) to corticosteroids, some soccer clubs now have actually discovered a different solution similar to The Miracle Wave ®  technology: ESWT or Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy.

Take the Villareal CF Soccer Club, for example. Villarreal CF is reportedly the first Spanish soccer club to use Shock Wave Therapy for the treatment of its players. The club's players are often affected by stress fractures, myalgia, and groin strains, the club's Medical Director believes ESWT to be a very effective solution for the daily treatment of his athletes' muscular problems as well as injuries.

This quick non-invasive solution for therapeutic rewards with no side effects was the way to go when time is involved.

For years ESWT has been used by veterinarians to assist with decreasing pain, alleviating injuries and even treating wounds. Today doctors are finding this technology can also be beneficial for human musculoskeletal conditions such as: 

- Tendinitis (mostly in the rotator cuff tendons)
- Tennis or golfer's elbow
- Plantar fasciitis (heel pain)
- Achilles tendinitis or pain from dorsal heel spurs
- Shin splints
- Patellar tendinitis and other knee injuries
- Gluteal tendinitis
- Myofascial trigger points
- other tendon irritations of the body

Whether you're a professional sports competitor, a rec-league athlete or someone who is suffering from any of the above conditions contact your doctor TODAY to find out whether The Miracle Wave® could be just as effective a solution for you as it is for certain World Cup players... or click here to visit our web site for more information.

Here's to reaching your wellness GOALs!
--The Miracle Wave
®Wellness Experts

Monday, March 28, 2016

What Does Sound LOOK Like? The Miracle Wave® Explores the Science Behind Acoustic Waves

Acoustic Wave Therapy or AWT (a type of technology developed in the ‘90s to stimulate blood flow and relax muscles in athletes) has been used for decades to treat a multitude of sports injuries as well as musculoskeletal conditions. 

Because of one unexpected side effect recently observed by physical therapists, however, AWT is now being used for more than pain management and expediting the healing process—it’s now being recognized for its aesthetic benefits (e.g. diminishing wrinkles and reducing the appearance of cellulite).

That unexpected side effect? Firm, taut skin—the kind of skin we all desire to restore our youth and beauty. The kind of skin that appears smooth across the entire surface, free of wrinkles and absent of those dreadful dimples associated with being extremely overweight or obese.

So while high-powered machines like lasers, massagers and radio-frequency devices have dominated the anti-aging/aesthetics industry for quite some time, Acoustic Wave Therapy is now competitively jockeying for position and is catching the eye of more than just dermatologists along the way.

So how is it though, that Acoustic Wave Therapy can help repair the body inside AND out—from Tennis Elbow to a nagging case of TMJ to drastically diminishing that “cottage cheese” appearance on the back of thighs? To answer this question, let’s first take a closer look at how Acoustic Wave Therapy works:

From a clinical standpoint, acoustic waves (also commonly known as shock waves) have been used to control and even decrease the pain associated with certain joint or muscular conditions. This is said to be effective because the acoustic waves, when applied to a specific injury on the body, trigger what’s known as “cellular stunning” within the tissues. 

In other words, acoustic waves create a ‘force’ on the tissues that can improve blood flow and encourage the body to repair itself, resulting in more rapid healing without undergoing invasive treatment methods like surgery.

From a scientific perspective, acoustic (sound) waves are specific types of waves that can be detected by human ears. And just like all waveforms sound consists of wavelengths, frequency, amplitude and velocity. 

Well-known science photographer Linden Gledhill recently used a combination of water, neon lights and software to capture several stunning psychedelic images of sound (CLICK HERE to view Gledhill’s photographs). 

Gledhill’s beautiful photographs provide artistic proof that acoustic waves can create a significant ‘disturbance’ to the surrounding molecules where the waves are penetrated, causing them to bounce off each other with a force proportional to the disturbance (which in clinical terms can be translated into ‘the initiation of several healing processes’).

Additional details contributing to the rising popularity of AWT for sports injuries and aesthetic purposes include:

  • Acoustic Wave Therapy is a non-invasive outpatient procedure. 
  • AWT, when used for musculoskeletal disorders or other painful joint conditions, is often performed without anesthesia (although more than one treatment session may generally be required).
  • There are no major side effects associated with the use of AWT.
  • Patients who undergo acoustic wave treatments typically do not report any major side effects. Occasionally some swelling, reddening, hematomas, petechiae, localized increased pain or skin lesions have been documented, but are rare.
  • There is little to no down time with AWT.
  • Almost immediately upon receiving treatment (for an injury or for aesthetic purposes), many patients may notice improvements such as a reduction in pain, increased mobility, substantially fewer fine lines and an overall diminished appearance of cellulite. 

Acoustic Wave Therapy equipment such as The Miracle Wave® is NOW AVAILABLE for physicians to use at healthcare practices, rehabilitation centers and anti-aging facilities throughout the U.S. For information about incorporating this technology at your office or to schedule a complimentary on-site demo CLICK HERE.


Thursday, January 7, 2016

That Figures: Using The Miracle Wave® Technology for the Treatment of Figure Skating Injuries

The sport of gracefully gliding, dancing and leaping… across a glass-like surface… wearing nothing on your feet but single blades strapped to each leather boot—aka figure skating, is nothing shy of beautiful. 

It’s also an activity that, just like any sport, is accompanied by the risk of injuries.

It’s true—accidents happen, especially on the ice. In addition to traumatic injuries, however, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine reports that the most common figure skating injuries are actually by overuse. 

Examples of the most common figure skating injuries include:

Figure Skating Injuries as a Result of Overuse
1. Tendinitis of the Achilles or patella 
2. Stress reactions (shin splints or medial tibial stress syndrome) & stress fractures 
    in the foot or spine
3. Strains to the hip muscle(s)
4. Bursitis in the ankle(s)

Figure Skating Injuries as a Result of Trauma
1. Ankle sprains & fractures
2. Knee injuries (meniscal tears or damage to the ACL)
3. Hip injuries (labral tears)
4. Dislocation of the shoulder or knee cap 

Common treatments for figure skating injuries vary, depending on the type of injury and its severity. Generally, the method of rest, ice, compression and elevation (RICE) is recommended for injuries sustained from overuse. 

In cases of chronic muscle injuries or fractures, however, typical treatments can range from steroid injections, PRP (platelet-rich plasma) therapy, bone stimulators and even acoustic wave therapy.

In recent years, acoustic wave therapy (or AWT) such as The Miracle Wave® has been proven effective for thousands of athletes and patients with similar musculoskeletal conditions. Today AWT is used to treat a multitude of acute and/or overuse sports injuries in order to shorten the downtime required for athletes to recover. 

Technology like The Miracle Wave® is additionally ideal for athletes because it’s non-invasive, and provides a practically painless alternative to surgery.

Many physicians who utilize The Miracle Wave® therapy on their patients have reported post-treatment results such as:

– relaxation of muscle and connective tissue
– improved microcirculation
– noticeably elevated stimulation across the injured area
– acceleration of metabolic activity
– heightened neurovascular performance
– increased serotonin hormone release
– significant stress reduction as a result of lowered cortisol levels
– overall revitalization, following a patient’s completed course of treatment

Further, athletes can use acoustic wave therapy in conjunction with training as well as competition, which can also minimize periods of inactivity for recovery. Whether you’re a figure skating athlete with an injury or are currently experiencing a painful musculoskeletal condition that requires treatment, The Miracle Wave® could be the solution for you. 

To find out more about this new technology and how it can benefit you, visit our web site at TODAY.


Thursday, December 10, 2015

A Homerun Approach: How The Miracle Wave® Can Help Treat Baseball Injuries

Are you an active participant of Fantasy Baseball, a Major League fanatic or a real player of the game yourself? 

If your response was a resounding “Yes!” then you’re well aware that getting injured while playing a sport is unfortunate for a myriad of reasons.

As a Fantasy Baseball leaguer, you run the risk of losing against the other competitors in your group. As a spectator, you may be disappointed about not being able to cheer on your favorite player(s). And as an actual player of this popular pastime—you may find yourself dealing with incredible pain, tedious rehabilitation treatments and even the possibility of surgery.

Here are a few examples of professional players currently enduring a sports injury:

- Jason Grilli, Atlanta Braves – ruptured achilles
- Brandon Workman, Boston Red Sox – strained elbow
- Homer Bailey, Cincinnati Reds – injured elbow flexor
- Henderson Alvarez, Miami Marlins – torn labrum
- Justin Turner, Los Angeles Dodger – torn cartilage and bruised knee

Injuries such as these unfortunately aren’t far from typical among MBA players. Other common baseball injuries include:

Shoulder injuries
- Bursitis
- Impingement syndrome (inflammation of the tendons of the rotator cuff)
- Shoulder instability (loosening of the structures that keep the ball of the shoulder in the
- Shoulder separation
- Tendonitis
- Rotator cuff tears

Elbow injuries
- Ulnar collateral ligament injuries (slow deterioration or an acute rupture)
- Little leaguer's elbow (inflammation on the inner side of the elbow, common in pitchers age
  16 and younger; also called golfer's elbow or medial epicondylitis)
- Tennis elbow (inflammation on the outside of the elbow, also called lateral epicondylitis)
- Medial elbow ligament tears ("Tommy John" surgery, where the ulnar collateral ligament is
  grafted or replaced with a tendon from elsewhere in the body)

Hand or wrist injuries
- Finger fractures
- Bursitis
- Wrist sprains
- Wrist tendonitis
- Tenosynovitis (inflammation of the tendons on the thumb side of the wrist)

Although surgery seems to be the most viable solution (especially when players, coaches and fans are eager to see their favorite all-star back in action as quickly as possible), there are several other types of treatments for sports injuries available for athletes today such as:

- Decreasing or changing daily and/or physical activities
- Downtime or rest
- Physical therapy
- Prescription/non-prescription medications
- R.I.C.E. (rest, ice, compression and elevation)

When injuries are more severe and require medical attention to expedite healing in order to return to the field in a timely fashion, however, acoustic wave therapy (AWT) using The Miracle Wave® technology can also be an ideal solution.

Acoustic wave therapy was approved by the FDA in 2000 for the treatment of plantar fasciitis (heel pain) and in 2002 for the repair of lateral epicondylitis (“Tennis Elbow”). Today this amazing technology is used for a broad spectrum of musculoskeletal conditions, including sports injuries.

Some of the biggest benefits to AWT treatment is that:
1) It’s non-invasive
2) There’s no anesthesia required
3) There are little to no side effects
4) There's hardly any downtime involved during the recovery process

This means many athletes undergoing The Miracle Wave® treatment may feel significantly less pain after each application and may be able to resume their daily activities almost immediately.

If you (or an athlete you know) are currently searching for the best sports injury treatments or remedies for a particular musculoskeletal condition, CLICK HERE to visit our web site.
The Miracle Wave® may be a perfect solution to help repair, restore and rejuvenate your injury starting TODAY!

Monday, August 31, 2015

Tackling the Issue: Treating Football Injuries with The Miracle Wave® Technology

The transition from summer to autumn generally marks the beginning of several well-known events for many of us: cooler temperatures, children heading back to the classroom and for fanatics of American sports… the official kickoff of football season.

For those actually playing the popular game of pigskin, especially on a collegiate or professional level, Fall is also an extremely crucial time to stay healthy in order to avoid getting hurt.

Because of the aggressive nature of this sport, major bumps and bruises are unfortunately common among football players of all ages or skill levels. Here are five of the most common football injuries along with a new treatment solution your healthcare provider or chiropractor may currently be offering:

1. Muscle contusions
This condition occurs in most cases from strong impact to one of the bigger muscles in the body, such as the quadriceps (the muscle at the front of the thigh). Contusions are deep, large bruises that are both painful and infamous for significantly hindering athletic performance until healed.

2. Knee injuries
Physical interactions such as tackling and blocking can cause a myriad of damage to the body, specifically in the knees. Impact from the front or the rear could result in a torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament), and sudden, forceful contact from the side could cause a tear in the MCL (medial collateral ligament). Additionally, the swift rotating movement of a player’s body while one foot remains planted could twist the knee, which could tear the meniscus.

3. Shoulder injuries
Depending on the particular position an athlete is playing on the field, injuries to the shoulder can take place in a number of ways. In the case of quarterbacks, continuous throwing can cause shoulder tendinitis as a result of repetitive movement and/or overuse. For other players, a powerful hit can cause shoulder dislocation (detachment of the head of the humerus from the scapula) or shoulder separation (separation of the acromioclavicular joint).

4. Ankle sprains and strains
Ankle injuries are one of the most typical injuries football players experience. Whether engaging in practice or participating in an actual game, sprains and strains can occur within the soft tissues of the ankles from excessive pressure, sudden pivoting and/or rapid changes in direction.

5. Torn hamstrings
Frequent training and thorough warm-up can be instrumental in preventing injuries such as torn hamstrings (the tendons located at the back of the knee). This specific injury is caused by explosive sprinting, usually when an athlete’s body isn’t properly conditioned to handle such rigorous bursts of speed.

Treating a football or other similar sports-related injury can be done using a variety of methods, many which can be done at home. One of the most well-known remedies among athletes today is RICE, otherwise known as the process of rest, ice, compression and elevation. 

When injuries are more severe and require medical attention to expedite healing and return to the field in a timely fashion, acoustic wave therapy using The Miracle Wave® technology can be an ideal solution.

Acoustic wave therapy, or AWT, was approved by the FDA in 2000 for the treatment of plantar fasciitis (heel pain) and in 2002 for the repair of lateral epicondylitis (“Tennis Elbow”). Today this technology is used for a multitude of musculoskeletal conditions, including injuries as a result of contact sports like football.

If you or a fellow teammate are currently seeking treatment for a sports injury, visit our web site to learn more about how The Miracle Wave® can help repair, restore and rejuvenate conditions like yours TODAY!

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Getting to the Point: How The Miracle Wave® Can Help Relieve Trigger Point Pain

What are Trigger Points?
Myofascial trigger points are a very common cause of pain. 

Trigger points cause pain when pressed on, cause the muscle fibers to shorten and have a unique property called referred pain. 

Referred pain means a trigger point in one muscle can create pain in another area.

What causes Trigger Points?

- Repetitive overuse injuries from activities such as typing,  
handling electronics, etc.
- Lifting heavy objects
- Poor posture 
- Muscle tensing due to mental or emotional stress
- Car accidents or sports injuries

Trigger points can also be caused from inactivity such as prolonged bed rest or sitting.

What are symptoms of Trigger Points?
Depending on where your trigger points are located, these are some of the symptoms you may have:
- Back pain
- Headaches
- Neck pain
- Rotator cuff (shoulder) pain
- Jaw pain (TMJ)
- Tennis elbow
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Hand and arm pain
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Pelvic pain
- Hip pain
- "Sciatic" pain (buttock and leg pain)
- Leg and knee pain
- Plantar fascitis (foot) pain
- Tendinitis or tendinopathy
- Bursitis
- Disc pain (bulge/rupture/herniation) 
- Frozen shoulder
- Fibromyalgia

How can I relieve Trigger Point Pain?

The Miracle Wave® offers a new, non-invasive acoustic sound
wave technique to help treat several types of musculoskeletal problems including trigger point pain.

There are little to no side effects and there's hardly any downtime involved, which means many patients undergoing The Miracle Wave® treatment are able to feel noticeably less pain and resume their daily activities almost immediately.

If you're suffering from trigger point pain or are a healthcare professional and believe your patients could benefit from The Miracle Wave® as a sound approach to help heal their trigger point pain, CLICK HERE to learn about bringing this technology to your practice. 

Get to the point and help heal YOUR pain TODAY!

-- The Miracle Wave® Wellness Experts

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Take a Step in the Right Direction with The Miracle Wave® Technology for Orthopedic Pain

Did you know The Miracle Wave® technology can be used for joint pain, musculoskeletal disorders, aesthetics and even podiatry? It's true. This new type of therapy has become a useful remedy for continuous heel pain as well as other orthopedic conditions.

The Miracle Wave®  treatment is a non-invasive procedure that uses therapeutic acoustic waves to subdue the pain and inflammation in the tendon(s) on the bottom of the foot. 

Each of your feet has 26 bones, 33 joints, and more than 100 tendons, muscles and ligaments. That's why it's no surprise that so many things can go wrong with them! 

Here are a few common foot problems The Miracle Wave® can help alleviate: 

1. Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel pain. It involves pain and inflammation of a thick band of tissue, called the plantar fascia that runs across the bottom of your foot and connects your heel bone to your toes. This condition can commonly cause a sharp, stabbing pain that usually happens in your very first steps in the morning.

2. Heel Spurs
A heel spur is a calcium deposit on the underside of the heel bone and is similar to the pain you feel with plantar fasciitis. The discomfort usually decreases the more you walk. 

3. Diabetic Ulcers
If you have diabetes, you have an increased chance of developing foot sores called diabetic ulcers. Foot ulcers are the most common reason for hospital stays among people with diabetes. It may take weeks or even several months for foot ulcers to heal, but they are usually painless.

4. Achilles Tendinitis
Achilles tendinitis is one of the most common causes of foot or ankle pain. It occurs when the tendon that connects the back of your leg to your heel becomes swollen and painful near the bottom of the foot.

5. Flexor Hullucis Longus (Big Toe) Tendinitis 
When the muscle in your big toe is stretched or contracted excessively, tension is placed on the tendon and can cause chronic pain. This can happen to athletes or non-athletes and often occurs in ballerinas.

If you're a healthcare professional and believe your patients could benefit from The Miracle Wave® as a sound approach to help heal their foot pain, CLICK HERE to learn about bringing this technology to your practice TODAY.

-- The Miracle Wave® Wellness Experts

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Acoustic Wave Therapy Now Being Used for Aesthetic Treatment

What’s New in the World of Acoustic Wave Therapy
Acoustic Wave Therapy or AWT, which has been used for years for the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries in humans (The Miracle Wave 
®) as well as animals (FOCUS-IT technology), is now being recognized for its use in another area of medicine: medical aesthetics.

Using the same patented technology (but on different areas of the body, AWT is quickly gaining popularity for its ability to:

- help reduce the appearance of cellulite
- assist with the tightening of skin in certain problematic areas
- aid in circumference reduction, resulting in “inch loss”

How Acoustic Wave Therapy Was Discovered for Aesthetic Treatment
Improvements in cellulite appearance were actually discovered by accident, during a recent treatment process for female athletes. 
As several female athletes were receiving AWT treatment for torn and strained hamstrings, they noticed a remarkable improvement in the appearance of cellulite as well as the tightening of skin. 

Now, thanks to this surprising discovery, Acoustic Wave Therapy is now available for those hoping to:

- shrink their waistlines
- rid their bodies of the appearance of unwanted fat on specific parts of the body
- reduce the appearance of wrinkles or fine lines associated with aging

Acoustic Wave Therapy has also been seen to be equally effective on scar tissue and stretch marks. 

Some med spas and clinics in the U.S. have reported as much as a 98% success rate for their use of AWT for aesthetic remedies today, with results lasting 6 to 12 months before limited maintenance sessions are required.

How Patients Can Receive Acoustic Wave Therapy Treatment for Aesthetic Purposes
If you’re interested in seeking Acoustic Wave Therapy for the reduction of cellulite, skin tightening or improvement of fine lines, be sure to speak with your physician about the available treatments and whether you’re an ideal candidate for AWT. 

For additional information about the technology behind Acoustic Wave Therapy visit

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Pain-LESS: How The Miracle Wave Technology is Helping Actual Patients in Florida

You've heard our wellness experts at The Miracle Wave ™  rave about our new, sound approach to help heal pain, but here's even more proof that it's a safe and an effective method of treatment for patients with musculoskeletal disorders and/or joint pain.

Dr. Joe Johnson, D.C. from 
Johnson Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine gave us his take on
The Miracle Wave 
™ , and how he utilizes our technology at his practice in Paxton, Florida:

How many patients are you currently seeing at your practice?
With The Miracle Wave technology, I utilize it on about 10 patient visits a day, four and a half days a week.

What are the most common injuries your patients have who appear to benefit from The Miracle Wave ™ treatment? 
I see a myriad of musculoskeletal conditions, including:
- tendinitis, strains, sprains, bursitis, trigger points, myofascial syndrome, arthralgia; upper and lower   extremities, and trunk
- rotator cuff injuries--even cuff tears
- elbow injuries
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- trochanteric bursitis and TFL syndromes
- plantar fasciitis, etc.

How often are your patients required to come in for treatment?
If a person is in a lot of pain I may want to see the patients every day or every other day for the first 3-4 days, depending on how quickly we need to improve mobility or function. My patients more commonly come in 2-3 times per week, however. It greatly enhances the patient’s ability to return to functional activities quicker, and that is important!

What are some of the main reasons why you prefer 
The Miracle Wave ™ as an effective approach for your patients? I've seen a lot of helpful information regarding this type of therapy in Europe, and how it's helped with the recovery of many types of conditions. I'm personally in favor of this solution for my patients because it:
- decreases pain
- has an analgesic effect
- promotes elastic tissue repair
- improves circulation and helps to facilitate tissue repair

What is one of the most common things you tell your patients prior to treating them with The Miracle Wave ™ technology? That in most cases, my patients can expect to see a dramatic difference in their mobility, as well as a significant decrease in the pain they're experiencing.

If you're a healthcare professional and believe your patients could benefit from The Miracle Wave ™  as a sound approach to help heal their pain, click here to learn about bringing this technology to your practice TODAY.

Here's to feeling pain-LESS!
-- The Miracle Wave ™  Wellness Experts