Technology has been beneficial to humans, even in the area of physiotherapy. Shockwave Therapy is a testimonial to this claim. Shockwave therapy uses a technology that sends strong and short energy waves with swifter traveling capacity than sound into the body to generate benefits such as inducing tissue healing, breaking down calcification and tissue adhesions, reducing pain, and boosting function. Also, shockwave therapy is a form of non-invasive treatment that generates the wave pulsations that are used directly on an injury through the patient’s skin using a gel medium. These shockwaves often change in pressure and the energy which is generated by compressed air is sent to the transmitter at the end of the applicator and deeper into the skin tissue.