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Trocanteric pain

Angela Notarnicola, Biagio Moretti
There is currently great interest in the use of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) and in clarifying the mechanisms of action in tendon pathologies. The success rate ranges from 60% to 80% in epicondylitis, plantar fasciitis, cuff tendinitis, trocanteritis, Achilles tendinitis or jumper's knee. In contrast to urological treatments (lithotripsy), where shockwaves are used to disintegrate renal stones, in musculoskeletal treatments (orthotripsy), shockwaves are not being used to disintegrate tissues, but rather to microscopically cause interstitial and extracellular biological responses and tissue regeneration...
January 2012: Muscles, Ligaments and Tendons Journal
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