VIOR Spine & Posture Helping Miami Residents Experience Relief From Joint Pain

VIOR Spine & Posture has ESWT (Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy) Machine just introduced into the practice with groundbreaking pain management results.

Coral Gables, United States - October 10, 2017 /PressCable/ —

VIOR Spine & Posture is excited about their acquisition of a brand new ESWT (Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy) machine for the treatment of pain relief. This new technology is based on lithroscopy, a proven kidney stone technique with twenty years of treatment success, and is effective for pain relief in a wide range of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. At Vior they love to use cutting edge technology in their practice and utilize the latest innovative advances in their patient care. Chiropractors at Vior say that many patients have experienced immediate pain relief after undergoing shock wave treatment.

Acoustic shock waves are produced by the shock wave therapy machine to vibrate tissue deep inside an affected body part. Extracorporeal literally means “outside the body” and a probe is placed on the surface of the affected area that sends sound waves painlessly through the skin to vibrate the tissue below. Although it is not known exactly how ECSW therapy is believed to stimulate healing by breaking down tissue and promoting the rebuilding of healthy tissue.

A treatment session lasts about twenty minutes and a minimum of three sessions are recommended for successful pain relief. Although it is common to experience immediate relief after the first session, three treatments (once a week for three weeks) are required to ensure maximum healing. Patients are relieved to hear that this non-invasive treatment does not involve any needles or anesthetic and is pain-free. The treatment is safe with no side effects and initial trials have shown positive results.

At VIOR Spine & Posture the shock wave machine is used to treat conditions such as joint pain, tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, hip pain, shin splints, heel spurs, tendinopathy or Achilles pain, and much more. As an alternative to invasive procedures that often come with complications, it offers musculoskeletal repair and pain relief for those suffering from pain and discomfort.

Spinal adjustments have become hugely popular for the treatment of painful conditions such as joint pain, back pain and headaches with millions of people having experienced incredible benefits from chiropractic treatment. And now VIOR offers an exciting addition to their successful treatments with their new machine that delivers ESWT treatments for long-lasting relief of painful conditions.

The VIOR Spine & Posture Clinic is a functional rehabilitation and personal performance and training facility situated at the intersection of Coconut Grove and Coral Gables in Miami City and the only N.U.C.C.A. chiropractic clinic operating in the greater Miami region. For more information please visit

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Ryan Brady
Organization: VIOR Spine & Posture
Address: 3850 Bird Road, 402B, Coral Gables, Florida 33146, United States

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Source: PressCable

Release ID: 248268

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