Back to top

 

Guided DolorClast®  Therapy 

Your holistic solution for musculoskeletal pain therapy.

Guided DolorClast® Therapy (GDT)​ is EMS' new treatment concept ​ based on combination therapy, 
dedicated to practitioners who want to successfully, quickly and safely ​treat 90% of
their patients suffering from a musculoskeletal disorder.
 

 

 

Maximize treatment outcomes

The right technologies ​with the right energies​ to address 90% of all major musculoskeletal disorders​ with success​.

Transform patient experiences

The ally to provide pain-free experience and restore patients’​ confidence in their recovery.

Boost practice success

The partner in care to boost​ your practice productivity, visibility and profitability

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

compass en

 

6 steps, 1 goal:
Get your patients going

Guided DolorClast® Therapy (GDT) ​is a new treatment concept ​based on combination therapies, dedicated to practitioners who want to successfully, quickly and safely ​treat 90% of their patients suffering from a musculoskeletal disorder. ​

Treating patients has never been easier thanks to GDT devices, ​whose unrivaled performances ​enable exceptional treatment outcomes, ​while their design simplifies ​practice workflow. ​

​With GDT, be the game-changer ​in your patients’ lives.

 


 


Guided DolorClast®  Therapy devices

An improved design and unrivaled performances simplify the practice workflow and enhabit the obtention of the best clinical outcomes.

Interested in the DolorClast solutions?

Best treatment outcome based on scientific evidence

EMS devices are used by many researchers to study further implications of shockwaves treatments. We are proud to present you with some of their work, highlighting the effectiveness of the Guided DolorClast® Therapy.

Gerdesmeyer L, Frey C, Vester J, et al.
Am J Sports Med 2008;36:2100-2109

Chronic plantar fasciopathy can be treated efficiently with radial shock wave therapy, which can be administered to outpatients without having to reccur to anesthesia. This randomized controlled trial aims at demonstrating therapeutic superiority vs. placebo.

 

Ibrahim M, Donatelli R, Schmitz C, et al.
Foot & Ankle Int. 2010 May; 31 (5):391-97 20460065

Radial shock wave therapy has been demonstrated to be an effective method to treat chronic plantar fasciopathy in three sessions. This study aims at showing that two sessions are already sufficient to treat this pathology with ESWT. 

Become an expert and make your practice visible

The SDCA offers flexible shock wave training programs worldwide to spread knowledge about Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy with a view to improving patient care.


A certification will get you in touch with other experts and help you heighten your practice`s visibility.

certificate

Looking for a treatment? Find a practice for a treatment near you.