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Radial Pressure Waves (RPW) also referred to as Radial Shockwave, offer a non-invasive treatment solution for long term insertion and soft tissue pathologies. Local treatment of the affected area will enhance and reset the healing pattern, while reducing pain and improving function. With very few negative side effects, Radial Pressure Wave therapy is indicated for conditions that are normally very difficult to treat, and is now widely

used for many therapeutic and wellness applications.

RPW Shockwave Therapy

Full Day Training Course

Course Summary



Speaker Information

Price &


Comprehensive Training


• Aim: By the end of this course you should be able to demonstrate competency in the prescription and application of Radial Shockwave

• Timing: See booking details

• Costs: See booking details

• Notes: Highly practical elements, please bring suitable attire


The workshop will cover the basics in using the technology for clinical application, topics include: historical technologies, physics and biological effects,  indications and contraindications.


All delegates will be provided with 4-6 hours of certificated CPD, a Shockwave information pack as well as refreshments.


Bookings can be made online via PayPal or by email:


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Physical effects of radial pressure waves include: pain reduction (Gate Control theory), increased metabolism as shockwaves influence the tissues on a cellular level, revascularisation effect, where the renewed blood flow promotes tissue healing,

regeneration and muscle

tone recovery.


Speaker Information

Mr Cliff Eaton

MSc BSc (Hons) MCSP


Cliff has spent his career working in professional sport at an elite level. He has been published in internationally recognised journals on sport specific rehabilitation. Cliff believes in three core skills advocated by the CSP: Manual Therapy, Exercise Therapy and Electrotherapy, combined to provide the best care management for patients.


“There is a current trend to promote a ‘hands on only’ approach to physical therapy these days” Cliff says. “Many physical therapists I have spoken to cite lack of understanding or the lack of evidence to support the efficacy in using electrotherapy”, he continued. “Due to the reduced emphasis placed on electrotherapy at undergraduate level for physiotherapists, the former may be understandable, human nature being what it is; it will be understandable that newly qualified physiotherapists will be anxious about using electrotherapy”. Cliff adds, “A lack of evidence there is not. There is, however, a lack of awareness and understanding of the relevant literature, and this is what we wish to promote on this course, combined with a large practical element. In this way we aim to ensure the therapists feel confident in using electrotherapy within their treatment paradigms”


Prices will vary depending on the course

Available Dates and Locations for this Course

To enquire about future courses, please email or call Hannah Humphries on 07787 566955.


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Training is conducted on the Chattanooga range of units and the protocols provided are not transferable to other makes.

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