2022 Radial Shockwave Courses
Our Radial Shockwave Training Course is now available online as a virtual course!
This virtual course is run by Rosen Kolev PT M.SC.
Please note that all workshops are being offered in English.
Preview part of the course for FREE before you register
🎁 Save up to $500 off the purchase of a BTL Shockwave Device as well as other offers such as a 3 week trial, discounts on BTL units and more!
Radial Shockwave Therapy; a two part patient-centered & evidence-based approach in applying radial shockwave therapy Outline
Shockwave Training Canada provides education for Canadian healthcare professionals, universities, clinics and hospitals on the use and clinical application of radial shockwave therapy treatments and applications.
Our workshop can be tailored to specific clinical needs such as treatment protocols, conditions, improving patient outcomes and more.
Topics Covered Include:
Technology – Focus vs. Radial
Understanding the Parameters
Patient Centered approach
Practical applications with the modality
Common conditions to be treated
Ask about our Shockwave Therapy Trial
Program by calling 1-800-561-0310 ext 790,
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Shockwave Therapy?
Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment used by physiotherapists and physicians to treat musculoskeletal conditions that have resulted in persistent pain ( > 3 months) and lost mobility, and which have been resistant to conventional treatments, such as lateral epicondylitis, patellar tendinitis, or plantar fasciitis. It is a safe and effective treatment. Most people experience relief after only a few treatments - they are pain free, with mobility restored and are able to return to work and/or sport.
Shockwave therapy is also used in orthopedic conditions such as delayed or non union fractures, avascular necrosis, some urological conditions as well and in veterinary medicine.
Shockwave therapy uses mechanical energy in the form of acoustic waves that increase local circulation and stimulate the body’s healing process. Treatment is targeted on the damaged tissue through the hand held applicator and can enhance breakdown of adhesions, scar tissue and calcification. Each session lasts approximately five minutes.
Research & Evidence
Approved by Health Canada, shockwave therapy is now being more extensively used in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries all around the world in rehab and physiotherapy clinics and is the subject of numerous studies that show its effectiveness and efficacy.
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy in the Treatment of Chronic Plantar Fasciitis
ESWT is a non-invasive, safe and effective treatment for recalcitrant plantar fasciitis.
Magdy Husseiny, Ahmad Mansour
Rheumatology & Rehabilitation Department Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University, Source: Zagazig University Medical Journal, 2009; 15(1) 73–82
Extracorporeal Radial Shockwave Therapy for the Treatment of Achilles Tendinopathies
This prospective study shows the efficacy of extracorporeal radial shockwave therapy in the treatment insertional and not insertional Achilles tendinopathy.
Edison Antonio Serrano
NEOMEDICA, Lima, Peru, 16th International Congress of the International Society for Medical Shockwave Treatment, 2013
Shockwave Therapy in Scapulohumeral Periarthritis with Calcific Tendinitis of the Shoulder
Establishing a medical rehabilitation protocol completely efficient and safe, concerning the patients with degenerative and inflammatory pathology of the shoulder with tendinous lesions idiopathic calcific disease.
Augustin Dima, Simona Popescu, Sebastian Diaconescu, Gina Galbeaza, Victorita, Marcu, Daniela Poenaru, Delia Cinteza
Institutul National de Recuperare, Bucuresti, AI 31-lea Congres National de Medicina Fizica si de Recuperare cu Participare Internationala, 2008
Elimination of calcifications in 84% of cases
75% very satisfied patients
Pain reduction by more than 60%
Rosen obtained a Masters degree in Physiotherapy at NSA in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1994. He practiced at the Regional Hospital in his home town of Dobrich until 2001 and ran his own private practice gaining vast experience in orthopaedic and neurological rehabilitation. During the same period, he was a clinical trainer and teacher at the Physiotherapy Assistants program of the local Medical College.
In 2002 he became a licensed practitioner in Canada. He practiced as a clinical physiotherapist and then became Clinic Director of AIM clinic in Kitchener. He was also helping and assisting new graduates from Canadian universities and international physiotherapists with their supervised practice and licensing procedure, thus gaining a deep understanding of the Canadian healthcare system.
In 2007 Rosen and his wife Hristina Kolev, PT opened A Balanced Body Health Services in Kitchener, ON, a physiotherapy clinic that offers a wide range of services, including Shockwave Therapy and Targeted Radiofrequency Therapy. Rosen also has extensive training and clinical experience in Laser Therapy, Acupuncture, Manipulative Therapy, Myofascial release and Trigger points release techniques.