Cavitation is King

It's great to see, as the month's progress, the audience for the blog grow. December when I first started this blog, seems like only yesterday, yet here we are, over half way through 2018, and it been great to hear the positive feedback. So welcome. I hope you continue to get a lot from this.

Today I was very pleased to interview another patient, this time with De Quervains tenosynovitis with a 2 year history pending surgery following the birth of child. See Dr Mary Onianwa testimonial to the remarkable help shockwave has afforded and my brief summary of upper limb conditions where shockwave can be effective.

I was asked to repost a Linkedin article about Shockwave that was well received:

9 Things you didn't know about ESWT Shockwave therapy

There have been a few questions from the post, so watch this space for a video follow up. 

There has been a lot of interesting talk recently about cavitation. I don't necessarily agree with the position some educators are giving the public and healthcare professionals, so I thought I would give my point of view here:

Cavitation: Important to successful Shockwave treatment 

Finally, I have agreed to go to Belfast, Northern Ireland to present for the Swiss DolorClast Academy with Algeos

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