Shockwave Tissue Regeneration Therapy with a PM?
As part of my journey to find some answers to my vision/motion issues, I have started to see a chiropractor for daily adjustments and some other fun exercises and movements.
One of the most recent therapies that they started on me was shockwave tissue regeneration to my neck and upper shoulders. I explained to them that I had a PM recently implanted and they didn't seem too concerned. I've never heard of this treatment before until now, so I wasn't exactly sure what I was getting myself into until I had my first treatment.
After experiencing it, I can say that it doesn't hurt and I feel fine at the moment, but it was definitely intense and felt like something that I should have maybe held off on until I got the OK from my cardiologists? I just sent them a note (explaining how I was dumb to just assume and take the chiro's word for it, but wanted to confirm that I am not doing any damage by continuing this treatment).
I figured I would reach out and ask all of you if you have ever heard of said treatment and if so, have you had it or do you know if it is generally OK with people with PMs? I didn't realize how intense the "waves" would be as they sent what felt like was little electrical charges throughout the body. Again, the reassured me that it was nothing electrical and that I am going to be fine, but it did feel a little eye-opening.
I hope that it was fine and continues to be fine and that I didn't potentially put my PM at risk.