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The #1 Myth About EPAT – And What Physicians Have to Say About It

Posted by Elise Hamann on November 28, 2018

For physicians who are considering integrating EPAT (Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology) into their continuum of care, some hit an all-too-familiar stumbling block:

“If it’s not covered by insurance, my patients won’t pay for it.”

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Topics: EPAT

The EPAT Advantage: Why Your Peers Have Incorporated This Evidence-Based Approach to Treating Pain

Posted by CuraMedix on November 14, 2018

Originally published in the November/December 2018 issue of Podiatry Management

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Topics: EPAT

Heavy Lifting Required When Promoting Yourself, Your Practice and the Treatments You Offer

Posted by CuraMedix on November 9, 2018

By Chris Boyle, Director of Public Relations
Bristol Hospital and Health Care Group 

How One Group’s Consistent and Creative Outreach Efforts Have Helped Attract New Patients

When podiatrist Peter Bellezza, DPM, MS, joined the Bristol Hospital Multi-Specialty Group and Bristol Hospital’s Center for Orthopedic Spine and Health in the summer of 2017, the hospital’s public relations and marketing departments readied their playbook of marketing tactics. Bristol Hospital is a 154-bed hospital located in Bristol, Conn, about 26 miles south of Hartford. 

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Topics: EPAT, Practice Profiles, PR, Practice Improvement

Physician Profile: No Pain, All Gain

Posted by CuraMedix on November 6, 2018

Originally published in the September 2018 issue of Suburban Life

When conservative therapies fail to relieve individuals of chronic pain, Dr. David Nadler offers his patients a remarkable, non-invasive treatment option to improve their quality of life. The treatment? Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology (EPAT), which uses a device to transmit high-energy acoustic waves into areas of the body where patients suffer from chronic pain. The outcome for his patients and his practice? Read on to find out! 

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Topics: Practice Profiles

The Clock Is Ticking! Here’s What You Should Know About Section 179

Posted by Elise Hamann on October 15, 2018

Chances are, you’re already familiar with the Section 179 and the financial upside it presents for equipment purchases. But with the year end just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to revisit and explore how this opportunity can help your practice. That’s why we’ve outlined some key points physicians should know about Section 179: what it is, who it applies to, how it’s changed for the 2018 tax year—and why there’s no time like the present to take advantage.

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Plantar Fasciitis - “My Heel is Killing Me”

Posted by Elise Hamann on October 5, 2018

Learn how Valley Podiatry Associates uses EPAT, one of the most advanced and innovative treatment options available, to help patients who experience heel pain improve their quality of life.

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Physician Overview of Shock Wave Therapy in Practice: Enthesiopathies

Posted by Elise Hamann on September 28, 2018

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) has been an established medical treatment option for quite some time. The effectiveness of both focused and radial shock waves has been reinforced through numerous studies, and in everyday practice, its viability as a non-invasive treatment option resulting in better patient outcomes is embraced by physicians and patients alike.

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Topics: EPAT

CuraMedix Attends STORZ Medical Annual Meeting and Celebrates the Shock Wave Leader’s 30th Anniversary

Posted by Elise Hamann on September 27, 2018

Representing CuraMedix and the United States, Gregory Mercure and Elise Hamann recently attended the STORZ Medical Annual Distributor Meeting in Berlin, Germany. 

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Topics: Tradeshows and Events

FOX61 Health Watch: Dr. Peter Bellezza Uses EPAT to Help Treat Runners’ Pain

Posted by Elise Hamann on September 20, 2018

Too often, runners feel they have no other choice than to just “run through their pain.” In fact, that sentiment is true of many athletes who struggle with acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain such as foot and heel discomfort. 

That’s why Dr. Peter Bellezza, of the Bristol Hospital Multi-Specialty Group and Bristol Hospital's Center for Orthopedic and Spine Health located in Bristol, Connecticut, is committed to helping active patients discover a better way; one that helps them get back to doing what they love without surgery or downtime. In this FOX61 news segment, Dr. Bellezza discusses his successful use of non-invasive EPAT.

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Topics: EPAT

Chiropractor Touts EPAT As Game Changer for His Patients and Practice

Posted by Elise Hamann on September 7, 2018

The Challenge

Over the years, esteemed chiropractor Dr. Nathanson has built his practice on reputation and referrals. He has gained a strong following of dedicated professionals who work with active clients who don’t want to be on the sidelines; clients including personal trainers, CrossFit® trainers, yoga instructors and tennis professionals. However, Dr. Nathanson was finding that his once-reliable traditional manual therapy methods were no longer meeting his patients’ needs. When one of his patients came to him with frozen shoulder, he was only able to help her experience minimal relief. Having always been interested in learning about new techniques and approaches to help his patients, Dr. Nathanson was inspired to research other modalities.

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Topics: Practice Profiles

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