Advanced Therapies

Advanced Therapies is a non-surgical approach to the repair and restoration of damaged joints, tendons and ligaments back to a healthy state.

Advanced Therapies

What Are Advanced Therapies?

Advanced Therapies at Hecker Sports Medicine™ is a non-surgical approach to the repair and restoration of damaged joints, tendons and ligaments back to a healthy state using advanced modalities.

The Advanced Therapy Protocol

  • Evaluation of injury by physical exam
  • Imaging: X-ray, CT, diagnostic ultrasound, MRI to determine the significance of injured structures
  • Temporary stabilization of structure using orthotics, bracing devices, or cam walker boot

Treatments

At Hecker Sports Medicine™, we offer a variety of advanced therapy solutions that can prove to be the best solution for many of your foot and ankle problems. We work with the following non-surgical processes:

  • TECAR radiofrequency
  • Piezoelectric shockwave
  • Optical therapeutic laser
  • Sanexas electric cell therapy
  • Vissman acoustical vibration therapy

If you are suffering from foot and ankle pain or discomfort, Hecker Sports Medicine™ offers non-invasive procedures that can help you diminish and even eliminate your condition. Our advanced therapies also work for post-surgical restoration in order to help you get back on your feet faster and feel better. Contact Dr. Hecker’s practice and set up an appointment, we’ll have you on your way to healthy feet and ankles in no time!

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Conditions

What we work with:

Neuropathy

Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy, abnormal nerve function.

Morton's Neuromas/Nerve Compression

Morton's Neuromas/Nerve Compression

Morton's neuromas cause pain, tingling, or numbness between the toes and in the ball of the foot.

Bunions

Bunions

Bunions, often painful bony bumps, form at the base of the big toe.