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Q&A with Dr. Michael Chin

Posted by Elise Hamann on May 28, 2019

Dr. Chin Discusses A Regenerative Treatment Approach That Successfully Combines EPAT and Amniotics 

For many physicians, EPAT (Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology), often referred to as ESWT or shockwave therapy, has proven to be a highly effective method for treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain. A growing number of doctors are seeing even better outcomes when combining EPAT/ESWT with biologic solutions that help repair and rebuild soft tissue.   

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Topics: EPAT, Biologics

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

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

Healthcare Revolution: The Patient Is the New Payer

Posted by Elise Hamann on January 24, 2019

When considering EPAT (Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology), some physicians mistakenly believe that, although EPAT is highly effective and evidence-based, “my patients won’t pay for it if it’s not covered by insurance.” Could this mindset be preventing you from offering one of the most innovative treatment options that could help you get your patients better faster?

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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 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, Level 10 Research

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

Shock Waves in Sports Medicine: A Research Overview for Physicians

Posted by Elise Hamann on August 15, 2018

Nowadays, Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) is increasingly becoming a well-established treatment option that’s used throughout a variety of medical disciplines. Many studies have reinforced the effectiveness and safety of both focused and radial ESWT, particularly for the treatment of musculoskeletal pathologies.

Such studies provide valuable insights to physicians who use or are considering using ESWT in their own practices. The complete compilation of research is documented in detail in the Level 10 Series of books, with each book focusing on a different medical specialty. 

Shock Waves in Sports Medicine. This overview can serve as a helpful precursor to give you a glimpse of what you’ll find in the complete Level 10 book. We’ve highlighted a few different sections in addition to providing a full listing of research conducted by well-respected, internationally-known medical experts. Highlights includes the following: 

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Topics: EPAT

Research Analysis: What is the Correlation of Shock Wave and Patient Satisfaction?

Posted by Elise Hamann on August 13, 2018

Insights from Award-Winning Research Presented at this Year’s APMA Conference

For physicians who rely on shock wave as a treatment option for their patients—and for physicians who are still considering integrating it into their practice—it’s important to continually share critical findings that help other medical professionals stay focused on patient care and satisfaction.

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Topics: EPAT