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Shockwave Therapy for Muscle & Joint Pain

Clinically proven to provide a 90% reduction in pain for a range of issues including Plantar Fascia, Shin Splints, Tennis Elbow & more.
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Shockwave Therapy London St James's SW1

Nordic Balance is the only clinic in St James's (SW1) to offer Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT), which is a non-surgical and non-invasive treatment for musculoskeletal soft tissue injuries caused through daily activities and sports.

Shockwave Therapy offers a proven minimum 90% effectiveness when treating issues including Shin Splints, Plantar Fascia, Tennis Elbow, Achilles, Patellar and Hamstring Tendinopathy and more.

Shockwave Therapy involves passing short, intense sound waves into affected tissues, which increases blood flow, has an analgesic effect, and stimulates repair and regeneration quickly and effectively. The treatment puts the cells into repair mode and allows your body to restart its own accelerated healing process.

All major health insurance companies cover Shockwave Therapy at Nordic Balance St James’s.


ESWT is clinically proven and recognised by the top orthopaedic hospitals and high-profile professional sports bodies such as the English Institute of Sport and Premier League football clubs.

Safe & Approved

ESWT is safe and is NICE and FDA approved. All sessions are performed by our qualified therapist and offer a risk-free and side-effect-free method of treating muscular-skeletal conditions and chronic pain.

Lasting Pain Relief

Studies have shown that over 90% of patients experience a reduction in pain after treatment with a 94% success rate for Plantar Fascia. According to NICE, the effectiveness of ESWT is 88.5%.

No Painful Recovery

ESWT has a natural analgesic effect, the treatment also does not require any medication and is non-invasive. Unlike surgery, you won't experience a long downtime, side-effects or complications.

Shockwave Therapy Offers Fast & Effective Pain Relief

from £100 per treatment*
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Advanced Treatment & Recovery for Sports Injury & Musculoskeletal Disorders

Shockwave Therapy is advised when surgery is not an option and when pain relief and injections no longer work. You will see significant clinical benefits around 6-8 weeks after treatment.

ESWT is suitable for (but not limited to) treating the following conditions and injuries:

Shoulder Injuries

ESWT is suitable for treating Shoulder Tendonitis, chronic neck, and shoulder pain caused by overuse of the tendon and repetitive strain injury.

Leg Injuries

ESWT treats Hamstring Tendinopathy, caused by changes to the tendons attached to the pelvis often caused by repetitive activities such as running.

Shin Injuries

ESWT is suited to treating Shin Splints and Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome which is an injury of the tendons and muscles in the shin area.

Heel Injuries

Achilles Tendinopathy often occurs through running, football, and endurance activities such as skiing, HIIT and CrossFit. ESWT is a proven method for treating this delicate area.

Foot Injuries

ESWT is suitable for treating Plantar Fascia, an injury often caused by overuse and inflammation of the ligament that connects the heel to the toes.

Back & Pelvis Injuiries

ESWT treats the source of chronic back pain, Lumbago and Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome often caused by heavy lifting, desk-based jobs, and sports.

Knee Injuries

ESWT is suitable for treating Patellar Tendinopathy of the knee often caused by activities that bare weight on the knee, such as cycling and skiing.

Tennis Elbow

ESWT is suitable for treating Tennis Elbow, an injury that can occur through over use of the joint in activities such as tennis, squash, and CrossFit.

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