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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

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

Leading Sports Medicine Physician Attracts More Patients, Improves Clinical Outcomes

Posted by Elise Hamann on September 5, 2018

The Challenge

Dr. Conenello was seeing a noticeable shift in patient care: an increasing number of his patients were inquiring about alternatives to surgery so they could get back on their feet sooner and feel better faster. Traditional treatment options, many of which involved sidelining patients for six weeks in a boot, required a wait-and-see approach that felt dated. Dr. Conenello wanted to offer his patients an innovative approach that reflected their needs and was both evidence-based and clinically proven.

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Topics: Practice Profiles

Podiatrist’s Integration of EPAT Improved Patient Outcomes and Increased Practice Revenue

Posted by Elise Hamann on September 4, 2018

The Challenge

Podiatric Surgeon Dr. Joaquin Balaguer was interested in finding additional ways to grow his thriving practice and improve patient outcomes. His focus was integrating new and innovative technologies to support changing demands: many of his patients had been asking about non-invasive treatment options as an alternative to surgery, and Dr. Balaguer was particularly interested in shock wave. However, he had tried another company’s shock wave device and it did not provide the results he knew his patients deserved. As a result, Dr. Balaguer was both wary of the technology and concerned that a new device could be a poor investment.

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Topics: Practice Profiles

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