SoftWave Therapy

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Introducing SoftWave TRT Therapy

Althoff Wellness Clinic PC uses SoftWave Therapy in Windsor CO and Cheyenne WY. SoftWave TRT (Tissue Regenerative Technology) Therapy is at the forefront of non-invasive healing modalities. As an advanced form of Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT), it employs unfocused Electrohydraulic soundwaves to stimulate natural healing processes, including stem cell activation. This innovative approach reaches deeper and wider than traditional therapies, offering a new standard in patient care.

Conditions Treated by SoftWave TRT Therapy

SoftWave TRT Therapy is particularly effective for a wide array of conditions, offering significant benefits in treating:

  • Orthopedic Conditions: Such as chronic joint pain, tendonitis, and bursitis.
  • Sports Injuries: Including sprains, strains, and recovery from muscle overuse.
  • Neurological Conditions: Effective for neuropathy, radiculopathy, and certain types of chronic pain syndromes.
  • Degenerative Conditions: Helpful in managing osteoarthritis and improving joint function.
  • Post-Surgical Recovery: Accelerates healing, reduces pain, and enhances mobility post-operation.
  • Specific Conditions: Like meniscus injuries in the knee, shoulder pain, sciatica, TMJ disorders, and Bell's Palsy.

Advantages of SoftWave TRT Therapy

Healing Benefits

  • Stem Cell Activation: Promotes the body's natural regeneration processes.
  • Reduced Inflammation: Aids in swift pain relief and decreases swelling.
  • Enhanced Circulation: Supports quicker recovery by improving blood flow.
  • Greater Mobility: Restores function and flexibility.
  • Pain Reduction: Offers effective relief from various pain conditions.

Depth and Width of Treatment

  • Traditional Shockwave Therapy: Limited to 2 cm in depth and width, focusing on surface-level issues.
  • SoftWave TRT Therapy: Achieves up to 12 cm in depth and 7 cm in width, enabling comprehensive treatment of deeper and broader areas.
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Transitioning from Traditional Shockwave to SoftWave TRT Therapy

In 2023, our clinic made a significant upgrade from using a radial-focused shockwave machine to adopting SoftWave TRT Therapy. This decision was driven by our dedication to providing the most effective and advanced treatment options available, ensuring our patients receive top-tier care.

Why Choose SoftWave TRT Therapy?

SoftWave TRT Therapy offers a superior treatment experience and outcome by:

  • Treating a broader range of conditions with its deep and wide penetration.
  • Ensuring a comfortable and non-invasive treatment process, free from the discomfort associated with micro-damage.
  • Offering a more efficient and cost-effective solution due to fewer required sessions and more comprehensive benefits.

At Althoff Wellness Clinic PC, embracing SoftWave TRT Therapy is part of our commitment to your health and well-being. Experience the leading edge of healing technology with SoftWave TRT Therapy, and step into a new era of recovery and wellness.

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Althoff Wellness Clinic PC has replaced its ShockWave services with SoftWave. Officially called low-intensity extracorporeal shockwave therapy (Li-ESWT), this procedure is more commonly known as shockwave therapy.


  • Tennis Elbow
  • Achilles
  • Rotator Cuff
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Jumper's Knee
  • Calcific Tendinitis Of The Shoulder


The energy waves stimulate the body's natural healing mechanisms through microtrauma to the area. It triggers your own regenerative cells to come to the area and heal the tissue. It enhances vascularization and nerve regeneration as well.


Your therapist will discuss your symptoms with you and locate the source of pain. They will then mark the area intended for the Shockwave Therapy. A gel is applied to optimize the contact between the application device and your skin. The handpiece delivers pulsations to the pain area for a number of prescribed pulses, depending on the condition.

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