SHOCKWAVE THERAPY

Treat chronic musculoskeletal conditions with radial shockwave therapy, administered by our expert podiatry team.

  • Effective, proven & research-based therapy
  • Extensive experience & expertise
  • Safe & non-invasive approach
  • After-hours appointments
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Is Shockwave Therapy for you?

Radial shockwave therapy helps treat a range of conditions, especially where previous conservative management has failed to resolve the issue. Examples include:

  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Achilles tendinopathy
  • Patella tendinopathy
  • Hamstring tendinopathy
  • Shin splints

What is Shockwave Therapy & is It Effective?

Using an electrotherapy device, radial shockwave therapy is a safe, non-invasive therapy that makes use of high pressured acoustic shockwaves. The waves move through the skin to break down targeted tissue and stimulate tissue repair, in turn activating our natural healing mechanisms.

Shockwave therapy is a proven, research-based approach that can be highly effective in treating a range of chronic musculoskeletal conditions. While it is relatively new to Australia, shockwave therapy has been in use in North America and Europe for many years. 

What Does a Shockwave Therapy Treatment Involve?

Shockwave therapy is a safe and non-invasive, involving the application of a contact gel to the area and a handheld probe to your skin. The probe delivers controlled acoustic waves for approximately 5-10 minutes for each injured area.

A shockwave therapy course typically entails weekly treatments for between 3 and 6 weeks. People experiencing chronic conditions, or problems that cause significant pain, may require a longer course of treatment.

Treating Plantar Fasciitis and Tendon Conditions with Shockwave Therapy Across Melbourne

 

The Lower Limb Clinic is located in Elsternwick, and services Caulfield and wider Melbourne. With some of Melbourne’s leading foot and ankle clinics, we have established a reputation as a leading podiatry practice. Our experienced team focuses on a range of treatments including Shockwave Therapy to help relieve the symptoms of pain caused by tendinopathy, plantar fasciitis, shin splints, and other conditions. Our treatment plans, put together by a team with over 20 years experience, aim to get you back on your feet with a quick turnaround time, so you get relief fast.

Friendly, Genuine Care



At the Lower Limb Clinic, we genuinely care about our patients and their outcomes. This isn't just a job for us; our friendly, caring team will do all we can to get your back on your feet, fast.


Unrivaled Experience & Training



Our experienced team is led by Dr Richard Chasen, with over 20 years of experience treating foot pain, and extensive qualifications in orthotics and podiatry.


Highest Quality Service & Equipment



At the Lower Limb Clinic, we use the best quality radial shockwave machine on the market - the DolorClast Master Touch machine - to ensure the best outcomes for our patients.


Extended-Hours Appointments



We know you're busy. That's why we offer after-hours appointments to ensure you don't miss out on treatment. 


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Let our experienced team get you back on your feet fast.

MEET OUR PODIATRISTS

Dr Richard Chasen

B.P.&O., B. Pod (Hons), Mast Hlth SCi (Pod)
M.A.Pod.A., M.A.A.P.S.M.

Dr Chasen has been treating feet for over 22 years. His special interests include lower limb orthopaedics, musculoskeletal conditions, joint diseases and sports injuries. His qualifications include a Master of Health Science (podiatry), Bachelor of Prosthetics & Orthotics & Postgraduate surgical training.

Learn more about Dr Richard Chasen.

Dr Amy Sherlock

B. Health Sci., M. Pod. Prac., M.A.Pod.A.

Dr Sherlock is an experienced podiatrist, graduating from La Trobe University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Health Sciences & a Master of Podiatric Practice. Amy has a special interest in foot & ankle pain, musculoskeletal & athletic injuries. She is currently undertaking a Master’s Degree in Sports Medicine.

Learn more about Dr Amy Sherlock.

OUR LOCATION

Elsternwick Clinic

558 Glen Huntly Rd
Elsternwick 
VIC 3185

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Let our experienced team get you back on your feet fast.