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Soft Wave


Your Pathway to Pain-Free Living

Experience a breakthrough in pain management with SoftWave Tissue Regeneration. This innovative therapeutic approach uses advanced shockwave technology to target and stimulate deep tissue structures, promoting natural healing and pain relief.

Whether you’re dealing with chronic pelvic floor spasms, persistent muscle pain, or frequent migraines, SoftWave treatment could provide the relief you’ve been seeking. Its unique ability to reach deep tissues offers a promising solution for conditions that have been resistant to traditional forms of treatment. Book a Consultation and experience the power of healing with Soft Wave!


What it is

SoftWave is a patented shockwave therapy treatment that works by increasing blood flow and promoting natural healing at the cellular level.

The procedure involves delivering gentle shockwaves to the targeted areas, which stimulates your body’s innate healing mechanisms. This cutting-edge treatment can be used to alleviate a variety of health concerns, including pelvic floor pain and spasms, muscular issues, and migraines.

The beauty of SoftWave Therapy lies in its simplicity and effectiveness. It uses the power of acoustic sound waves to send your body into a healing mode. Not only is this therapy non-invasive and drug-free, but it also has minimal to no side effects, making it a fantastic alternative to surgery for many patients.

So, how does SoftWave Therapy work? It’s actually quite simple yet remarkably effective. The procedure uses acoustic sound waves, also known as shockwaves, to target the specific areas of discomfort in your body. These shockwaves stimulate increased blood flow and promote cellular regeneration in the affected tissues.

Pelvic Floor Pain/Spasms

How it works

SoftWave therapy targets the pelvic floor, including muscle fibers, tendons, and other soft tissues. By delivering targeted shockwaves to this area, it can break up scar tissue and adhesions that contribute to muscle tension and spasms. This process can lead to several benefits, including reduced pain, treat Peyronie’s disease, improved function of the pelvic floor muscles, and reduced urinary incontinence. Additionally, SoftWave technology can enhance blood flow to the pelvic region, potentially improving erectile dysfunction.

Also, SoftWave treatments have been shown to trigger the release of certain growth factors that stimulate the healing process and reduce inflammation. It can also stimulate the nerves in the pelvic region in a way that can help reset the nervous system’s response to chronic pain.

Muscular Issues

How it works

When applied to affected muscles, SoftWave can help stimulate blood circulation around the injured soft tissues and promote the formation of new blood vessels. Enhanced blood flow brings more nutrients and oxygen to the affected area, accelerating the recovery of injured tissues.

In addition, SoftWave treatments can break down calcified deposits that may be causing pain or restricting movement. It’s also effective in treating conditions involving areas where major connective tissue attaches, which are common sites for muscular injuries.

Moreover, SoftWave can jump-start the healing of pulled muscles, making it a versatile tool for pain management in most areas of the body. It’s extensively used in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, including those in bones, tendons, and ligaments


How it works

When applied to specific areas of the head and neck, a soft wave can stimulate blood flow and nerve activity. SoftWave therapy can also have neuromodulatory effects. It’s thought that stimulating certain nerves can disrupt the transmission of pain signals to the brain, helping to relieve the pain associated with migraines. The treatment aids in the release of certain growth factors that stimulate the healing process and reduce inflammation, which can be beneficial in managing migraines.

Benefits of



Cellular Healing

Stimulates Collagen

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Frequently Asked Questions


SoftWave therapy can treat a wide range of conditions, including tendinitis, plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, shoulder pain, back pain, and certain types of chronic pain. It’s also been suggested for use in migraine management and pelvic floor disorders.

Most patients experience a tingling sensation during the procedure, but it’s generally not painful. However, the sensation can vary depending on the individual’s tolerance and the intensity of the treatment.

The number of sessions required can vary depending on the specific condition being treated and the individual’s response to therapy. Typically, patients may require between 3-5 sessions, but this can vary.

Yes, SoftWave therapy can be used in combination with other treatments such as physical therapy, massage, and medication.

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