In the following I will summarise my treatment experience at your clinic.
At present I am 72 years old. 20 years ago I suffered a massive venous blood cloth situation in the right leg following a hip operation.
6 years ago I visited a Norwegian physiotherapist, Rolf Martinsen, who uses shock therapy treatment in order to increase muscular blood throughput.
Until then I had undergone traditional lymphedema treatment at a first class institute in all the preceding years after my operation. The circulatory problems I suffered in my right leg were quite severe with deep dark brown “rust” spots and areas on the leg, around the ankle and on 4 of my toes.
Mr. Martinsen laid out a treatment plan, stating that he believed it was possible to achieve positive results with regard to circulatory and muscular strength issues. He also approached the situation in a most sincere way, stating that if there were no indications of positives after 5 sessions, he would advice ending treatment. The shock wave treatment would stimulate the recreation of blood capillaries in the treated areas (serious athletes undergo special training sessions in order to achieve the same in order to augment the uptake of oxygen and nourishment at cellular level).
• Discoloring on my skin decreased in intensity.
• Lactic levels decreased noticeably.
• Muscular strength and endurance in the faulted leg improved.
• I underwent approximately 25 treatments.
• Today I still feel a positive development taking place, getting stronger.
Please feel free to use this declaration as an example of results received.