Delta Physiotherapy & Rehab offers the latest technologies in movement rehabilitation.

Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment that creates low energy acoustic waves and then applies them to an injury through direct contact. These acoustic waves result in cell repair, pain relief and better mobility.

Located in Mississauga, we provide shockwave therapy to Brampton and GTA residents as well.

What conditions can be treated with shockwave therapy?

  • Feet: such as heel spurs, Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis
  • Elbow: such as Elbow and Golfer’s elbow
  • Shoulder: such as Calcific tendinitis of rotator cuff muscles
  • Knee: such as patellar tendonitis
  • Hip: such as Bursitis
  • Leg: such as shin splints, Iliotibial friction syndrome
  • Back pain: such as lumbar and cervical spine regions and chronic muscle pain
  • Scar tissue treatment
  • Don’t see your area of concern? Contact us for more information on whether shockwave therapy suits you!


  • Reduced inflammation
  • Stimulated collagen production
  • Release trigger points (muscle knots)
  • Non-surgical
  • No side effects
  • Quick recovery

Depending on the level of pain the patient is experiencing, a 5-minute treatment might feel a bit uncomfortable. The therapy may also cause inflammation. However, this process increases circulation quickening the healing process.

How many sessions will I need?

At our practice, we make sure your treatment is as comfortable as possible, giving you the best results in the shortest time frame. The sessions of shockwave therapy depend on the type of treatment the patient requires.

Although, in most cases, they are about 3-6 treatments. In a typical session, a patient will receive anywhere between 1000-4000 pulses (depending on the condition and injury area).


More than 80% of our patients experience relief right after the first treatment. However, within 2-4 hours of treatment, some experience soreness of the treated area. This soreness is normal and is tolerable.


In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are many ways in which practices like ours have changed. We have always followed the highest hygiene protocols to ensure our patients enjoy a safe and comfortable appointment with us. We are also observing all health and safety regulations recommended by the CDC and other professional boards.

We appreciate all of our visitors’ cooperation and understand that masks and sanitizer aren’t always convenient. You can rest assured that you will enjoy the same friendly service you have come to expect from us. These added hygiene protocols will not affect the welcoming environment we have created within our practice. 

Whether you are coming in to see our chiropractor, our physiotherapist or undergo a fitting for a custom knee brace, we will make your visit a pleasant one. We firmly believe that trust and a sense of safety are paramount in the healing process.

Our every action and suggestion is based on improving your well-being and inspiring trust through positive results.


Shockwave therapy isn’t a well-known form of treatment, which means it can be easy to mistake it for the outdated shock treatments that were once used to treat mental health problems. Since it’s vastly different from these aforementioned practices, it’s natural to have questions.

We are answering some of the most common questions we hear about shockwave therapy. If your questions aren’t answered below, please feel free to contact us. We are happy to provide additional insight into the process, as well as the mechanism that makes it so effective.

No. Shockwave therapy might cause slight discomfort, but it’s not painful.

It’s a non-surgical and non-invasive treatment option. The discomfort you may experience will be localized to the area that is being treated and it will only last for the duration of the treatment. It’s often described as a pulsing sensation against the skin.

Regardless of how you feel after your treatment, it’s best to give the body time to relax.You may have experienced mild discomfort during the procedure or it may have been a relaxing experience.

We highly recommend that you rest and give the area that was treated at least 48 hours to recover. This will ensure that you get the best results from your treatment. You will be able to continue with non-strenuous daily activities like driving.

Absolutely. Shockwave therapy is safe and effective. However, you should always be sure to seek out a suitably qualified practitioner to administer the treatment.

Shockwave therapy is non-surgical, non-invasive and effective at treating various ailments, including musculoskeletal conditions and chronic pain. It has proven to be an excellent resource when other treatment protocols have failed to deliver results. It is also used for pain relief and can reduce inflammation.

There are minor side effects of shockwave therapy. In comparison with the surgical counterparts of the treatment, recovery time is minimal. The side effects always outweigh the benefits of the treatment.

You need only rest for 48 hours following your treatment to minimize the side effects and get the most benefit from your treatment. Common side effects include numbness, tingling, bruising, swelling and slight pain in the affected area.


We service your local area. If you are ready to get started on your healing journey, get in touch with us to book your appointment using the contact form below. We will simplify the whole process of healing your body and improving your well-being.

We service the Mississauga region with our complementary healthcare services. You can enjoy a premium selection of therapy modalities under one roof, including assistance from our chiropractic treatments and registered massage therapists serving Brampton, Missisauga and the GTA.

We provide a unique healing experience for our patients. We encourage you to come and try our services and experience the ultimate tranquility at our practice. We are always happy to answer any questions you may have and clarify our protocols and methods. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions.

Alternatively, book your appointment with our shockwave treatment therapist now.

Copyright © Delta Physiotherapy   |   Powered by 23e2   |   Privacy Policy