Shockwave Therapy in Bayswater

Reduce pain and accelerate healing with shockwave therapy.

Radial shockwave therapy is a highly effective treatment method for all chronic and complex musculoskeletal conditions.

Shockwave Therapy can have a success rate of up to 80% when treating the below conditions

Chronic tendinopathies and enthesopathies


Plantar fasciopathy

Rotator cuff tendinopathy (with calcification)

Myofascial pain syndrome

Back pain & neck pain

Neck pain

Trigger points

Tension headaches

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Initial consult

We'll get to know and understand where you're at in your health journey, and create a plan tailored to your needs.


Move better, feel better

Manage your condition, strengthen your body and live an active life.

How does shockwave therapy work?

Regeneration of affected tissue:

Shockwave therapy promotes the breakdown of calcifications and fibroses, enhancing tissue healing and function.

Improved blood perfusion and new vascularization

Increases in growth factors

Increases in mesenchymal stem cells

Stimulation of the metabolism

What are the benefits of shockwave therapy?

Accelerated Healing

Pain Relief


Realistic alternative to surgery

Just 6 to 8 treatment sessions needed on average

What to expect in your consultation with Central Physio Bayswater

Initial assessment

Upon your initial visit our physiotherapist will take you through an assessment  so they can get an accurate diagnosis, which will allow them to tailor a treatment plan suited towards your dysfunction.

Physical examination

Following your assessment your physiotherapist may perform a physical examination, focusing on the areas of tension or dysfunction in your body.

Hands-on manual therapy

Hands-on techniques as mentioned above are used to assist in the healing and recovery of your injury helping to increase your healing rate.

A holistic plan tailored to your specific needs and challenges

We’ll develop a holistic plan tailored to your specific needs and challenges, ensuring comprehensive and personalised care to get you pain free and moving again.

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What is shockwave therapy?

Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses high-energy sound waves to promote healing and reduce pain in musculoskeletal conditions.

How does shockwave therapy work?

Shockwave therapy works by delivering acoustic waves to injured tissues, which stimulate blood flow, accelerate healing, and break down calcifications and fibroses.

What conditions can shockwave therapy treat?

Shockwave therapy can treat conditions like plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, calcific tendonitis, Achilles tendinitis, and shoulder pain.

  • Chronic tendinopathies and enthesopathies: Epicondylosis, plantar fasciopathy, rotator cuff tendinopathy (with calcification), etc.
  • Myofascial pain syndrome: Low back pain, neck pain, ‘trigger points’, tension headaches, etc.
  • Sports indications: Proximal hamstring tendinopathy, adductor tendinopathy, peroneal tendinopathy. Medial tibial stress syndrome, ‘Jumper’s knee’, Osgood-Schlatter, etc.
  • Muscular disorders: Muscle pain, hypertonia, spasms, cramps, muscle hardening, fibrosis, etc. And also: Dupuytren’s contracture, Ledderhose disease, acupuncture points, metatarsalgia, etc.

Is shockwave therapy painful?

Patients may experience mild to moderate discomfort during the treatment, but it is generally well-tolerated and brief.

How many sessions of shockwave therapy are typically needed?

The number of sessions varies, but most patients require 6-8 treatments spaced one week apart for optimal results.

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Where to find us?

Central Physio Bayswater
437 Guildford Road Bayswater, WA 6053