PiezoWave, is a myofascial acoustic compression technique (ACT) invented by Richard Wolf, who developed a special device that uses precisely targeted sound waves to stimulate the musculoskeletal system underneath your skin.
How does Piezo therapy work? The term ACT refers to piezoelectric pressure pulses that expand as a wave in the body. The pressure pulses break down scar tissue and calcifications, stimulating metabolism, enhancing blood circulation, and enabling damaged tissue to regenerate. A typical treatment lasts 50-60 minutes and most people feel an immediate decrease in pain and increased flexibility after the treatment.