Round Table Discussion: The Power of Shockwave Therapy

About the Webinar

In conjunction with OPC Health, EMS is excited to host our first Round Table Discussion on Shockwave Therapy. The online event will feature a panel of 3 renowned leaders in Shockwave Therapy:

  • Dr Adam Gavine – Chiropractor at Back to Function
  • Dr James Ferrie – Podiatrist at My Sports Podiatrist
  • Marcus Sabella – Physiotherapist at Encompass Health Care

These experts will be leading a dynamic discussion on why it is important to integrate shockwave therapy into practice, how to charge for Shockwave Therapy, the management of patient expectations and the use of Shockwave Therapy in non-standard tendinopathies.

The objective of the Round Table discussion is to support you in your Shockwave Therapy Journey and help you gain an understanding of how your peers are incorporating shockwave into their practice to gain a competitive advantage. You will have an opportunity to ask questions throughout the discussion and will walk away with relevant strategies to put into action immediately.

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Date

12 Aug 2021
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Time

AEST
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Location

Online
Online
Category

Speaker

Dr Adam Gavine

Adam is a chiropractor with a special interest in sports rehabilitation, having completed two university degrees. He has advanced training in a soft tissue technique called Active Release Techniques® (ART) and is one of the most experienced full body certified ART providers in Australia.

Other Speakers

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.

Marcus Sabella

Since graduating in Physiotherapy from Sydney University in 2003 and completing his Masters in Sports and MSK in 2006, Marcus has travelled both Australia and the world fine tuning his body work skills. He has worked in an array of public and private settings, most recently finishing an 8-year time working with the Cirque Du Soleil shows overseas. Marcus' goal is to provide a high level of care for every patient that comes to his clinic.