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Treating Sports Injuries and Bone Fractures with PST

Tried and tested indications for the application of Pulsed Signal Therapy are Sports Injuries. These injuries can be acute, one single event (eg. ACL tear in the knee) or chronic, from overuse or repetition building up in the body for months or even years (eg.Achilles Tendonitis, Impingement Syndrome in the shoulder, Tennis Elbow).

As a rule, sports injuries are usually healed in a few weeks. But sometimes the pain persists, and the patients do not regain their initial articular ability in full. In these cases, PST will have beneficial effects on the evolution of the trauma.

Shoulder injury being treated

Sport injury being treated

PST is a non-invasive alternative or an adjunct to surgery that stimulates the body to repair damaged tissues to speed up the healing process. In fact, we’ve had very positive experiences in the clinic with PST shortening the healing time of 40%. As an example: A Grade II Ankle Sprain that usually may take 3-4 weeks, has been brought right within 2 weeks. And this is a natural heal, with none of the harsh adverse side-effects associated with injections and medications.

PST works with ALL types of connective tissue: Bone, Cartilage, Ligament, Tendon, Blood, Collagen, Adipose (fatty tissue) and therefor speeds up the processes of:

  • cartilage rejuvenation (knees, shoulder, hip)
  • cruciate (post-op) recovery
  • meniscus tears
  • ligament sprain/ rupture
  • tendon damage/ rupture
  • tendonitis (achilles, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, shoulder tendonitis)
  • rotator cuff damage
  • impingement syndromes in the shoulder
  • dislocations/ relocation of joints
  • muscle tear/ scar tissue damage
  • bone strengthening
  • malunion of fractures
  • microfractures (pre/post surgery)

Note: During and after the PST sessions, there is no need for physical therapy/ physio treatment. This in fact replaces it <3-6 weeks. We will actually tie in with your physical therapist/ doctor if requested for follow-up.