StemWave In Fort Collins CO

Chiropractor Fort Collins CO Steve Cook Stemwave

StemWave in Fort Collins CO – The Natural Pain Relief and Healing Technology

If you are suffering with joint, muscle or nerve pain – StemWave can help you regain your life again. Our clinic boasts over a 90% success rate with painful conditions such as plantar fasciitis, neuropathy, hand and wrist problems, knee pain, shoulder pain, hip pain and more. In short – if you have a painful body part - there is a good chance that StemWave can help you get rid of the pain, regenerate and move on with life without drugs, injections or surgery.


What is StemWave?

StemWave is an FDA listed medical device that utilizes harmless, yet powerful acoustic waves to activate the body’s natural healing mechanisms. This non-invasive treatment option was designed to help patients dealing with musculoskeletal conditions related to pain and inflammation. This technology falls into several broader categories of technology including shockwave therapy and extracorporeal pulse wave therapy (ESWT). This technology has been utilized in Europe for several decades. And in America today, you can find this technology in many areas of medicine outside of musculoskeletal pain including kidney clinics, veterinary clinics, and clinics specializing in conditions related to reduced blood flow. If you are in search of shockwave therapy in Fort Collins CO – our clinic is the only StemWave provider in the area.


How Does StemWave Work?

A wave of acoustic sound energy is produced inside the applicator head while it is glided over the patient's area of pain. The wave leaves the applicator head and continues into the damaged tissue. The mechanical input delivered by the pulse wave is registered in our tissues, and the body adapts in a biological/chemical way. This is called Mechanotransduction. Simply put, the mechanical stimulation from the pulse waves creates biochemical changes in the target tissue. There are many biochemical changes that occur, but the main ones of interest are up regulation of immune function, as well as recruitment of mesenchymal stem cells through Toll Like Receptor 3 (TLR3) identification of mRNA release from the cell following the administration of true pulse waves.


What are we trying to accomplish?

  • Reduce Inflammation
  • Activate Dormant Stem Cells
  • Increase Blood Flow

What do patients experience during StemWave therapy in Fort Collins CO?

A typical treatment takes 5-10 minutes. During the treatment healthy tissue will respond to the sound wave with no pain. However when the sound wave encounters damaged tissue, a tolerable level of discomfort is produced. Patient' s descriptions of the sensation typically range from a deep ache, a sharpness or a rubber band snapping the skin. There is always constant communication between the patient and Shockwave provider during treatment.


What Conditions Respond Best to StemWave

  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Knee Pain - arthritis, meniscus tears, ligament damage
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Shoulder Pain - arthritis, rotator cuff injuries
  • Muscle Tears
  • Ankle Sprains
  • Hip Pain
  • Stiff hands, wrists and ankles
  • Pain that hasn't been resolved using other therapies

How do we determine who is a good candidate for Shockwave therapy?

If you have a painful condition that is diminishing your function and quality of life – we highly recommend you give StemWave a try. During the initial consultation and treatment day we look for two distinct findings in determining if you are a good candidate for this type of therapy. First – we want to be able to find areas of pain with the sound wave. If we can find the pain and inflammation with the sound wave, it is a good sign that StemWave can improve the condition. If we can't find any pain during the treatment, we will not accept the patient for care. Second – we want to see an improvement in the patient's complaints after the first treatment. Most folks report an immediate improvement in their complaint following the first treatment. This could mean reduced pain severity, decreased numbness, improved range of motion, etc. And we can often see the immediate visible changes in the way their body moves. If we can accomplish these two things on Day 1, we can confidently accept the person for care, set realistic goals and offer a rational treatment plan.


What our patients say after receiving StemWave therapy

  • “My knee pain is gone and I can hike again”. - Joe
  • “The numbness and pain in my feet is gone and I no longer wake up at night in pain”. - Suzanne
  • “My arthritic hip can move a lot easier”. - Linda
  • “My stiff hands and wrists can work again”. - Steve
  • “The ankle used to be a problem 100% of the time and now it's not a problem at all”. - John
  • “My neuropathy from the chemotherapy is most improved every time I leave the office”. - Lisa
  • “My leg doesn't hurt anymore”. - Lenore
  • “My shoulder pain is a lot better after just one treatment”. - Arthur

How can you get started?

If you are ready to experience the natural pain relief and true healing that StemWave provides - call our Fort Collins CO office at (970) 482-5301 and request an initial consultation and treatment. We compare the first visit to the test-drive of a new vehicle. We want to find out if this therapy is a good fit for your specific problem. Can we help? How much healing can be expected within 1-2 months? These are the questions we want to be able to confidently answer for you. The first visit is 20 minutes long and costs $49.

Monday
8:30am - 12:00pm
3:00pm - 6:00pm
Rossiter Stretching: 2:30pm - 6:00pm


Tuesday
12:00pm - 6:00pm
Acupuncture: 10:00am - 5:00pm


Wednesday
8:30am - 2:30pm
Acupuncture: 1:30pm - 4:30pm


Thursday
12:00pm - 6:00pm
Acupuncture: 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Rossiter Stretching: 1:30pm - 6:00pm


Friday
8:30am - 2:30pm
Rossiter Stretching: 8:30am - 11:00am


Saturday & Sunday
Closed

Brave Roots Chiropractic

2111 S College Ave suite b
Fort Collins, CO 80525

(970) 482-5301