Case Studies:Shockwave Therapy
The How Osteopathic Clinic is the first osteopathic clinic in Scotland to use Focus Shockwaves, Radial Pressure Waves, and Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Therapy. As one of a small team of Vennhealthcare Shockwaves Educators in the UK, Helen provides affordable, comprehensive, educational and treatment programs using Shockwaves as part of her osteopathic treatments for all patients, not just sporting professionals Please see below for some recent case studies of patients who have been treated at the How Clinic Edinburgh.
All case studies are online with the patients informed consent.
How an innovative collaboration between eminent consultant neurosurgeon Mr Ioannis Fouyas and Edinburgh Focus Shockwave pioneer Osteopath Helen How took a severely compromised patient on the road from under a life of pain and drug therapy to the road to recovery. The...
Josh Taylor currently holds two prestigious titles, WBO and Ring magazine light-welterweight world championship, which he has held since 2021 and 2019 respectively. From 2019 to 2022 Josh was also a former unified champion, having held the WBA (Super), WBC and IBF...
In early 2021, pro triathlete Caroline Livesey and her husband Mark headed to Costa Rica in search of a gravel cycling adventure. They embarked on a challenge to ride across the country from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean in two days. Over 270 km of mixed...
Here is a recent Achilles tendinopathy success story where William makes a full recovery and continues to run happily pain free after receiving shockwave therapy at the How Clinic Edinburgh.
Shockwave Therapy can be used to relieve a wide-range of symptoms including:
"Over 30 years of running had finally caught up with my Achilles. This time the injury was so bad I had difficulty even walking. Helen has me back running again. Her experience and knowledge combined with Shock Wave Therapy, and the other machines she uses has worked wonders. Together, we also worked out a rehabilitation programme involving stretching/exercises and long slow strength building activity. Thanks Helen."