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I LOVE SHOCKWAVE is an online, modular based shockwave training platform for all skill levels. Offering unique Radial, Focus and Combined shockwave packages that will excel your practice and further your understanding of shockwave therapy.


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Types of Shockwaves

Radial Pressure Wave

The generation of radial pressure waves is generated by the collision of a projectile accelerated by compressed air or electromagnetic induction on an impact body (applicator). Most of the energy is transferred as a pressure wave into the adjacent medium. The wave propagates radially from the applicator, with the square of the distance the energy decreases.

Electromagnetic Shockwave

In electromagnetic shockwave generation the shock wave is emitted by a flat coil or a cylindrical coil by electrical pulses. In the flat coil a membrane is deflected which compresses a medium (water). The pulse is focused by means of an acoustic lens. In the cylindrical coil the shock wave is focused by a reflector.

Electro-hydraulic Shockwave

The oldest principle used in medicine is that in which the shockwaves are generated by a spark plug, the electro-hydraulic principle. The shock waves propagate in a medium (water) and are also focused in one place by a parabolic mirror.

Piezoelectric Shockwave

The piezoelectric principle is based on a focusing of pressure waves, which is produced by the electrical activation of piezoelectric crystals. The piezoelectric crystals are mounted in a shell in such a way that the pressure waves of each crystal meet in a focus.


Improvement for Overhuse Injury Pain 91%

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Improvement for Calcific Shoulder Pain 83%

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Improvement for posterior Heel Pain 76%

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Improvement for Heel Pain 90%

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Improvement for Elbow Pain 80%

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Improvement for Knee Pain 88%

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iMPROVEMENT FOR myofascial trigger points 80%

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Improvement for Acupuncture pressure wave technology 90%

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Research & Evidence

Local The American Journal of Sports Medicine – Shockwave Therapy for Patients with Lateral Epicondylitis of the Elbow

By: Ching-Jen Wang, M.S. & Han-Shiang Chen, M.D.

The American Journal of Sports Medicine – Eccentric Loading, Shockwave Treatment, or a Wait-and-See Policy for Tendinopathy of the Main Body of Tendo Achilles

By: Jan D. Rompe, M.D., Bernhard Nafe, M.D., John P. Furia, M.D. Ph.D., and Nicola Maffulli, M.D., Ph.D., F.R.C.S.(Orth)

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy for Treating Foot Ulcers in Adults With Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials.

Huang Q., Peijing Y., Xiong H., Shuai T., Liu J., Zhu L., Lu J., Shi X., Yang K., Liu J.

Effectiveness of extracorporeal shock wave therapy in patients with tennis elbow: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

Zheng C., Zeng D., Chen J., Liu S., Li J., Ruan Z., Liang W.

Physical Therapy – Effectiveness of Radial Shockwave Therapy for Calcific Tendinitis of the Shoulder: Single-Blind, Randomized Clinical Study

By: Angelo Cacchio, Marco Paoloni, Antonio Barile, Romildo Don…

Efficacy of Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy in Frozen Shoulder

By: Badak Vahdatpour, Parisa Taheri, Abolghasem Zare Zade and Saeed Moradian

Focused and Radial Shock Wave Therapy in the Treatment of Tennis Elbow: A Pilot Randomised Controlled Study

Piotr Król, Andrzej Franek, Jacek Durmała, Edward Błaszczak, Krzysztof Ficek

Current Concepts of Shockwave Therapy in Stress Fractures

By: Carlos Leal, Cristina D’Agostino, Santiago Gomez Garcia, Arnold Fernandez