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Hitting the Ground Running with Shockwave Therapy

About the Webinar

Rehabilitation exercises and follow up. Allied Health Practitioners have treated patients in this order for decades and while this approach is still essential, there is a way you can treat pain and promote healing faster, more effectively and safely.

Shockwave therapy is dedicated to practitioners who want to treat successfully, quickly, and safely 90% of patients suffering from a musculoskeletal disorder. But why is a DolorClast® more than just a shockwave device? Not all Shockwave Therapy devices are the same and there are vital questions you need to ask before implementing a shockwave device.

Listen to Dr James Ferrie explain how DolorClast® has revolutionised his patient care and how to use the EMS business team to help you get started.

Learning objectives:

  • Describe the concept of DolorClast® Shockwave Therapy and how it incorporates into your practice as an adjunct therapy
  • Understand the difference between shockwave therapy & DolorClast® shockwave therapy
  • Anticipate clinical benefits and patient perception of modifying the familiar allied health appointment
  • Improve treatment success rate and identify how to maximise clinical results with evidence-based innovation

At the end of the webinar you will be able to ask all your questions and learn which Shockwave device will optimise your practice!

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Date

06 Apr 2022
Expired!

Time

AEDT
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

Online
Online
Category

Speaker

Dr James Ferrie

Dr James Ferrie is a Podiatrist with interests in regenerative medicine & Sonography. James has undertaken post-graduate training from the Interventional Orthobiologics Foundation (USA) in ultrasound and fluoroscopy guidance of foot & ankle orthobiologic procedures. He is a certified member and specialist instructor of the Swiss DolorClast®, having utilised Swiss DolorClast in his practice for over a decade.