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North Wales Sports Clinic Ltd
North Wales Sports Clinic Ltd

Interested in finding out more about our services?

Simply call us on:

Tel: 01244 630809

Or email chris@north-wales-sports-clinic.co.uk

We have Relocated!

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As from the 18th December 2015 the New Location Adress will be:-

 

North Wales Sports Clinic Ltd

Unit 10

Rectors Lane, Pentre

Sandycroft

Queensferry

CH5 2DH

 

Which is just a few miles away from our old location at the Deeside Leisure Centre - at the Asda Roundabout take the road to Sandycroft continue past a speed camera untill some shops appear on the L. hand side - turn L. at shops into Rectors Lane then 1st L. the Unit is in front of you!

 

Our New Telephone Number is 01244-630809

Opening hours

 

Mon   9.00 - 12.00 am

         2.00 - 7.00pm

Tues  9.00 - 12.00 am 

         2.00 - 7.00pm

Wen  9.00 - 12.00 am

         2.00 - 7.00pm

Thur  9.00 - 12.00 am 

         2.00 - 7.00pm

Fri     9.00 - 12.00 am

   

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Gymna ShockMaster

Maximum results in a minimum of time

 

Radial Shockwave Therapy

The ideal treatment methoc for chronic and complex musculoskeletal conditions.

Shoulder

Calcific Supraspinatus Tendonitis

 

Calcific tendinitis is a condition where deposits of hydroxyapatite (a crystalline calcium phosphate) form in a tendon of the body, most commonly in the tendons of the rotator cuff.

 

It can easily be seen on xray as shown:

 

Success rates of shockwave therapy in patients with calcific tendinitis of the shoulder are reported as ranging from 78% to 91%. Most of the studies on calcific tendinitis have been done in the shoulder.

(Cacchio et al, 2006, Daecke, Kusnierczak & Loew, 2002, Hsu et al, 2008, Jakobeit et al, 2002, Krasny et al, 2005, Pan et al, 2003, Peters et al, 2004, Pleiner et al, 2004, Rompe et al, 1998, Wang, Ko & Chen, 2001).

Elbow

Tennis Elbow

Lateral epicondylitis, often referred to as tennis elbow, is a condition in which the outer part of the elbow becomes painful.

 

This can be due to acute or chronic inflammation of the tendons that join the forearm extensor muscles on the outside of the elbow to the bone at the lateral epicondyle.

 

Runge (1873) is usually credited for the first description of the condition but the term 'tennis elbow' irst appeared in an 1883 paper by Major called Lawn-tennis elbow.

 

Success rates for extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) range from 68% to 91% (Furia, 2005, Ko, Chen & Chen, 2001, Ozturan et al., 2010, Radwan et al., 2008, Rompe et al., 2004, Rompe et al., 1997, Spacca, Necozione & Cacchio, 2005).

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