Treats Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain with EPAT in Tinton Falls

June 19, 2019

Leading an active lifestyle is important to promote and maintain good health, but sometimes it can be a difficult task to accomplish. That’s especially true for individuals struggling with pain, be it incidental or chronic in nature. That’s where EPAT – Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology – comes into play. EPAT can help you manage your pain so that you can live the life you want to lead. Let’s take a closer look.

EPAT Treatment

What is EPAT?

People living with musculoskeletal conditions know that finding pain relief can be a struggle. And, unfortunately, many of the treatment methods that are available are invasive and can lead to more time spent in recovery and even more pain with which to contend. With EPAT, however, that doesn’t have to be the case. EPAT is a new technology that has been cleared by the FDA to treat musculoskeletal conditions. The treatment uses pressure waves to help accelerate healing, stimulate blood circulation, and trigger your metabolism. This can be used to help damaged tissue regenerate and, ultimately, heal.

Can my disorder be treated with EPAT?

EPAT has been cleared to help with chronic or acute musculoskeletal pain, as well as pain that might stem from a different issue but significantly impairs mobility. This includes pain in the heel and foot, the Achilles tendon, general tendon insertion or other tendon pain, trigger point paint, and neuromas. If that sounds like something you’re struggling with, you should reach out to a physician to learn more about the EPAT treatment.

EPAT is a great option for individuals seeking non-invasive relief. And because the treatment is non-invasive, there are no known serious side effects or risks. That means that you can try the treatment without worrying about lengthy recovery times. For more information about EPAT and how it can help you, reach out to Apex Sports and Regenerative Medicine at 732-385-2739 or visit us at 55 N. Gilbert Street, Suite 1101, in Tinton Falls.