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What is ASTYM?
ASTYM (A'-stim) stands for “a stimulation” of the body’s healing response, which results in the remodeling/resorption of scar tissue and the regeneration of degenerated tendons. The approach is a non-invasive therapy that works fast and consistently…no meds, no needles, no surgery.
The ASTYM process is specific and has proven effective through documented, consistent, desirable outcomes – results physicians and patients have come to expect and trust. Developed by a research team of physicians, physical therapists, and scientists, this protocol-driven system yields long-term results with short-term therapy, even when other treatments have failed. Only ASTYM-certified clinicians may perform the ASTYM treatment.

Commonly Treated Conditions
The following are some of the many diagnoses that demonstrate excellent clinical results when treated with the ASTYM system:

• Achilles tendinopathy
• Ankle sprain
• Carpal tunnel syndrome
• DeQuervain's tenosynovitis
• Golfer's elbow (medial epicondylosis)
• Groin sprain/strain
• Hamstring strain
• Impingement/tendinopathy of the rotator cuff
• IT band syndrome
• Joint contractures
• Jumper's knee (patellar tendinopathy)
• Overuse injuries
• Pain or loss of motion following surgery or trauma
• Plantar fasciopathy/heel spurs
• Scar tissue/adhesions
• Shin splints
• Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylosis)
• Thumb/finger sprain
• Wrist sprain


Why ASTYM Treatment?

What's the Treatment Like?

Watch a Video of the ASTYM Process

Can't I Just Do This Myself?

View the Research and Outcomes



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