Arm Pain Treatment2022-01-24T20:00:28-07:00

Arm Pain Treatment

Acousana® therapy uses patented acoustic wave technology to reduce inflammation, restore mobility, and eliminate shoulder pain without drugs or surgery so that you can live your life – pain free.

Arm Pain Treatment

Acousana™ Therapy uses patented acoustic wave technology to reduce inflammation, restore mobility, and eliminate shoulder pain without drugs or surgery so that you can live your life – pain free.

Acousana Therapy For Arm Pain

​Acousana therapy is a safe, non-invasive treatment for arm pain that doesn’t require the use of drugs or surgery. Acousana therapy helps to restore range of motion, reduce inflammation, and eliminate pain so that you can return to your daily activities.

Those suffering from arm discomfort experience substantial improvement after the very first treatment, with over 80% of patients enjoying more permanent relief after just a few sessions.

“For months, I haven’t been able to lift anything. I couldn’t believe how quickly my strength returned back to normal.”

Lexi D, Arm Strain
“Acousana therapy saved me from an expensive surgery & months of prolonged pain. This is great!”
Derek B, Muscle Tear

“I was a little skeptical but after the first treatment I could tell immediately that it was feeling better.”

Yuri R, Arm Sprain

Successfully Treating The Following Conditions

Successfully Treating The Following Conditions


How It Works

Acousana therapy uses patented acoustic SoftWave® technology that doesn’t cause any damage to the body but makes the body think that damage has occurred. This triggers a natural biological response in your body to send resources to heal the “damaged” area.

Acousana therapy can help to reduce pain immediately by identifying and eliminating inflammation in damaged tissue, while at the same time increasing circulation and blood flow to the area to promote sustained healing.

Most importantly, studies have shown that Acousana therapy helps to stimulate the migration of stem cells to the treated area to promote long-term healing.

Benefits of Acousana Therapy

Benefits of Acousana™ Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions

Does The Treatment Hurt?2021-05-17T15:57:23-06:00

Acousana therapy is also a diagnostic tool because the only tissue that responds to the acoustic waves is damaged or inflamed tissue. So there will be pain for the patient when we are in the right spot. The pain is tolerable and will go away as the treatment progresses. This is an indication that the treatment is working and the healing process has begun. Most people describe it as a “pain that hurts so good” and is followed by immediate relief.

Who Will Perform The Treatment?2021-05-17T15:56:53-06:00

Acousana therapy is performed by experienced technicians who have received hands on training in order to provide successful patient outcomes.

How Many Treatments Does It Take?2021-05-17T15:56:24-06:00

This depends on the nature of the condition being treated. The typical treatment protocol is 3-6 treatments. Conditions such as severe arthritis or neuropathy may require additional or ongoing periodic care to control pain.

How Long Before Results Are Felt?2020-06-09T10:36:44-06:00

Most patients will experience immediate pain relief following the first treatment. However, to ensure long term results and healing, a full treatment protocol of 3-6 treatments is recommended (*results may vary).

Are There Any Negative Side Effects?2021-05-17T15:55:41-06:00

There are no known negative side effects of Acousana therapy and you can return to your daily activities immediately after the treatment however you will want to avoid overusing the injured area until completing all therapy sessions.

Is The Technology FDA Cleared?2021-05-17T15:55:13-06:00

Acousana therapy uses technology that is FDA cleared for pain, increasing blood flow, circulation, and activating connective tissue.

Can It Be Used in Conjunction With Other Forms of Treatment?2021-05-17T15:54:22-06:00

Yes, Acousana therapy is sometimes even more effective when combined with other forms of therapy, including physical therapy, chiropractic, massage, soft tissue mobilization, electrotherapy, assisted stretching, PRP, stem cell and exosome injections, and following surgery.

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