Radial Shockwave Trial - Portland Health Supply

Radial Shockwave Trial

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This FDA registered medical device is only available for qualified healthcare providers at $12,000.  

A 30 day trial is now available with a pre-payment of $100. Payment constitutes a formal agreement of the following conditions:

The customer will either agree to purchase the product and associated materials, or return it to Portland Health Supply, after two weeks (not to exceed 5 weeks).

If the product and materials are not returned in reasonable condition, the full charge of the device will be charged to the customer. Portland Health Supply will pay for shipping and return shipping.

If the customer fails to initiate the return of the device within 6 weeks, the price of device will be charged to the credit card on file and the purchase will be assumed. The 30 day return policy with purchase will then begin at the end of the 4 week trial date. 

All contract terms and correspondence are confidential, and payment shall constitute a non-disclosure agreement.


The PHS SW is an electromagnetic acoustic shockwave device that produces highly effective treatments for a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.

Unlike pneumatic shockwave devices, the PHS SW produces radial shockwaves with electromagnetic acceleration. This eliminates the need for a mechanical air bladder, and improves portability and operational noise.

Electromagnetic shockwaves are produced when a projectile is accelerated towards an applicator creating a cavitation or sound wave. Upon impact, a wave is produced which propagates in radial direction from the applicator, which is why the highest energy and pressures are located directly at the applicators surface.

Intended use:

to relieve minor muscle aches and pains
temporary increase in local blood circulation
activation of connective tissue


Potential benefits:

• stimulation of cell permeability, hormones, stem cells, and angiogenesis
• dissolving calcified fibroblasts


Associated costs:

•According to ChiroEconomics, shockwave therapy is rarely covered by insurance and average fees range between $75-150 per treatment session.

Shockwave guidelines: