Treat the Root Cause of Your Pain with EPAT

January 28, 2019

Are you experiencing chronic pain? Have you tried ways to alleviate the pain, but have yet to find something effective? If so, treat the root cause of your pain with EPAT.

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EPAT, or Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology, is a non-invasive approach to relieving pain. EPAT uses energy based on acoustic pressure waves to relieve a broad range of pains. This advanced and highly effective approach stimulates metabolism, enhances blood circulation, and accelerates the healing process. If you have damaged tissue, EPAT can regenerate and even heal this tissue.

EPAT can be used to treat a variety of concerns. Some of these disorders include foot and heel pain, achilles pain, tendon or tendon insertion pain, neuromas, and trigger points.

If you're worried about side effects, don't be. EPAT has no risks or side effects. However, some patients experience slight discomfort, which goes away in a few days. It is normal for individuals to experience minor pain after intense exercise of work.

EPAT is a safe procedure approved by the FDA. The treatment consists of a coupling gel that is applied to the affected area. Then, EPAT pressure waves are released through an applicator, which is moved over the area in a circular motion.

EPAT is ideal for individuals who are experiencing pain but don't want to undergo surgery. If you're facing pain in your feet, ankles, or heels, consider what EPAT can do for you. With this approach, there is no need for anesthesia, there's no risk of infection, there's no scarring, there's no downtime, healing is faster and easier, and over 80 percent of patients have been satisfied with the service.

To receive EPAT treatment, contact Apex Sports and Regenerative Medicine. You can reach us at 732-385-2739. You can also find our location at 55 N Gilbert Suite 1101 in Tinton Falls. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you with your chronic pain through EPAT treatment.

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