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is it possible to use shockwave therapy on the hip if the woman use estrogen sticker?

is it possible to use shockwave therapy on the hip if the woman use estrogen sticker?

orly platner

4 months ago

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Prof Tim Watson said:

Orly. Agree with Cliff. Never seen it listed on any contraindication documents that I have found for shockwave. Can't see any logical reason why it would be an issue. Tim

thank you very much

orly.platner400
orly.platner400

Prof Tim Watson said:

Orly. Agree with Cliff. Never seen it listed on any contraindication documents that I have found for shockwave. Can't see any logical reason why it would be an issue. Tim

thank you very much

orly.platner400
orly.platner400

Prof Tim Watson said:

Orly. Agree with Cliff. Never seen it listed on any contraindication documents that I have found for shockwave. Can't see any logical reason why it would be an issue. Tim

thank you very much

orly.platner400
orly.platner400

Prof Tim Watson said:

Orly. Agree with Cliff. Never seen it listed on any contraindication documents that I have found for shockwave. Can't see any logical reason why it would be an issue. Tim

thank you very much

orly.platner400
orly.platner400

Prof Tim Watson said:

Orly. Agree with Cliff. Never seen it listed on any contraindication documents that I have found for shockwave. Can't see any logical reason why it would be an issue. Tim

thank you very much

orly.platner400
orly.platner400

Prof Tim Watson said:

Orly. Agree with Cliff. Never seen it listed on any contraindication documents that I have found for shockwave. Can't see any logical reason why it would be an issue. Tim

thank you very much

Prof Tim Watson
Prof Tim Watson

Orly. Agree with Cliff. Never seen it listed on any contraindication documents that I have found for shockwave. Can't see any logical reason why it would be an issue. Tim

Cliff Eaton
Cliff Eaton

Dear Orly This is not a listed contraindication according to the ISMST, DIGEST or any manufacturers that I am aware of Cliff

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