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Aim of this study was to examine the influence of different energy flux densities of extracorporal shock waves on clinical outcome. 60 patients with chronic plantar fasciitis were included in this study and randomised either to receive 2000 impulses of extracorporal shock wave therapy with a positive energy flux density of 0.22mJ/mm², with an ED+ of 0.33mJ/mm² or placebo (received the same regimen of placebo therapy) once a week for three weeks. For blinding, all patients received localdoi:10.5283/epub.20799 fatcat:3lfsqk5jr5f33csm37xgrwuobm