Shockwave Therapy CPD Training

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Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment solution for soft tissue injuries, musculoskeletal conditions, men’s sexual health, dementia and wound healing. The shockwave machine will pass short and intense sound waves through the tissue that is causing problems. The process increases blood flow and activates an acute inflammatory response which enables the healing process to commence. 

We have a range of different CPD accredited courses from how to run a successful shockwave therapy service to more specific sessions on how shockwave can help various disorders. Offering more detailed educational events means that you can come along to a session that you feel will provide you with the most value.

 

How Shockwave Therapy can add value to your clinic

Shockwave therapy technology has become increasingly popular and more people are looking for Shockwave treatment. By the end of the course, you should be able to demonstrate competency in the areas we discuss and be able to apply these within your own organisation. 

Multiple Studies (including RCTs) has shown an improvement rate of 60 – 80 % improvement in chronic conditions that have not responded to conservative management. Shockwave therapy is an investment in your business, but it’s a sound investment. Shockwave therapy is a tested and well-established treatment that reduces pain and improves function. 

If you have patients enquiring about treatments for pain release or wish to tap into a new market, gaining the knowledge needed on our shockwave therapy training course allows you to expand your clinic or business.

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Who runs the Shockwave Therapy Training Sessions?

We have a number of experienced individuals that conduct the Shockwave Therapy Training sessions. You find more about them and their experience below:

Benoy Mathew is an experienced Physiotherapist MSc MAACP MCSP HPC Registered. He has developed a special interest in treating complex lower limb pathologies, running injuries and chronic hip and groin patients. The majority of his private caseload is made up of recreational runners and overuse lower limb injuries. Ben completed his masters in advanced physiotherapy in 2014 and was the national winner for the highest scoring candidate of the society of orthopaedic medicine registration examination and received the Saunders prize. He teaches nationwide on multiple lower limb and shockwave therapy courses on both radial and focused shockwave.  


James Woledge is an experienced Osteopath, Shockwave Specialist & Clinic Director. Heading a team of Physiotherapists, Podiatrists/Foot Surgeon and Sports Therapists to deliver integrated best evidence care for a range of MSK conditions. Specialising in; Chronic and complex pain conditions, Tendon Problems, Plantar Fasciitis, Biomechanics, Running Injuries, Shockwave therapy; radial and focused. 


Stuart Brown Podiatrist BSc (Hons) MChS and chiropody specialist within local hospitals/health centres and private clinics. Stuart is an avid user of both radial and focused shockwave therapy which is now an integral part of his practice. Stuart educates on how to offer an advanced shockwave treatment. 


Mr Rob Cox is an Extended Scope Podiatric Practitioner and service lead at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust. Rob works closely with consultant foot & ankle orthopaedic surgeons. He diagnoses many of the complex foot & ankle related conditions entering the hospital. Rob has been instrumental in the setting up of the successful Heel Pain Service,  at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital. This has included the introduction of Shockwave Therapy for the treatment of heel pain and tendinopathies. The service is now one of the largest specialised NHS heel pain services in the UK. The service has treated over 4000 patients with shockwave therapy. 


Paul Kirwan is a specialist in soft tissues and tendons, HRB Clinical Research Fellow, PhD candidate Tendinopathy at the Royal College Surgeons Ireland and Physiotherapist for over 20 years. Paul has been using Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) for a a number of years as a "great adjunct" to his physiotherapy services. 


If you’d like to know more about our training, or if you’d like to book onto one of our training sessions, please contact us for more information.