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What Putting Patients First Really Looks Like

Posted by Elise Hamann on May 16, 2019

Originally published in the May 2019 issue of Harvard Business Review

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Topics: Industry News

Renowned Physiatrist Relies on Winning Combination of EPAT and PRP to Treat More Patients, More Effectively

Posted by Elise Hamann on May 9, 2019

Frustrated with cortisone and other conventional approaches, Dr. Snowball’s patients came to her seeking out regenerative, non-invasive treatment options. See how this renowned physiatrist is creating exceptional practice and patient outcomes with a winning combination of EPAT and PRP therapy.

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Topics: EPAT, Practice Profiles

CuraMedix Book Buzz: Great Reads That Are Inspiring Your Peers

Posted by CuraMedix on April 18, 2019

By Matthew Dairman, DPM
Director, Foot and Ankle Specialist at 1Foot 2Foot Centre for Foot and Ankle Care

As an avid reader, Dr. Matthew Dairman always has one, if not two, books that he’s reading or listening to at any given time. He’s found these books to be a great source of inspiration for building better business outcomes for his practice.

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Topics: Practice Improvement

Physician Spotlight: EPAT Takes the Stage with Dr. Adam Tenforde, M.D.

Posted by Elise Hamann on April 15, 2019

Another exciting Boston Marathon is in the books! 

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Topics: Tradeshows and Events

Physician Overview of Shock Wave Therapy in Practice: Multidisciplinary Medical Applications

Posted by Elise Hamann on April 9, 2019

For physicians who use or are considering using Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology (EPAT), often referred to as ESWT and shock wave therapy, Level 10 books offer invaluable research and learnings from like-minded medical professionals who use and benefit from this technology in everyday practice.

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Topics: Level 10 Research

Fight the opioid crisis with appropriate chronic pain treatment

Posted by Elise Hamann on April 3, 2019

Originally published in the January 2019 issue of Physicians Practice

Regenerative treatment options like EPAT not only help treat chronic pain -- they help fight the opioid epidemic. As Linda Girgis, MD points out, “Instead of reaching for that prescription pad or the e-prescribing tab, pause and ask yourself what functionally can be done to help eliminate the patient’s pain.”

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Topics: Industry News

FABI 2019: Helping Practices Thrive, Not Just Survive

Posted by Elise Hamann on March 25, 2019

Earlier this month, CuraMedix was fortunate to be one of a limited number of companies invited to participate in FABI 2019 held at in Miami, Florida.  

Nearly 200 doctors, business administrative staff and vendor partners devoured three days of a deep dive into FABI’s mission: to help practices understand and embrace the importance of Innovation + Efficiency = Profitability and Improved Patient Care.

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Topics: Tradeshows and Events

Medicine is a Family Affair for the Doctors of Regenerative Practice Verdant Health

Posted by Elise Hamann on March 14, 2019

For physicians who offer evidence-based EPAT to treat pain related to musculoskeletal conditions, Dr. Jennie-Corinne Baublitz-Brenenborg of Verdant Health believes that education and awareness are key. Read insights from her and her colleagues at Verdant Health.

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Topics: Industry News

Going for the Gold With EPAT

Posted by Elise Hamann on March 5, 2019

“With EPAT, anything is possible!” touts Dr. Sebastian Sinz from the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle & Freeski Championships

When vying for one of the coveted medals at the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle & Freeski World Championships, the last thing winter athletes want to get in the way of a successful run is pain.

To make sure that didn’t happen, Sports Medicine Physician Dr. Sebastian Sinz, official medical supervisor of the German Ski Association and the owner of Sinz Holistic Sports Medicine, accompanied the German team to Park City, Utah last month.

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Topics: EPAT

The Art of Evidence-Based Medicine

Posted by Elise Hamann on February 27, 2019

Most would agree that evidence-based medicine can and should be used to improve the quality of patient care – but Harvard Business Review points out that there are additional factors that are often misinterpreted.  

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Topics: Industry News