Physicians are continuously seeking ways to improve patient outcomes by offering the emerging treatment options that are in demand. We have seen shockwave therapy grow in multiple segments under multiple brand names and classifications, such as ESWT, EPAT, Ultrasonic Cavitation and Radial Wave Therapy. While this can create confusion, the end goal remains to provide the many benefits of these “novo” Technologies to our patients.
Advances in regenerative technologies — particularly those that are evidence-based — are revolutionizing healthcare through non-surgical solutions that treat the root cause, accelerate the healing process, and improve the quality of care offered to your patients.
Biologic Benefits include:
What are the qualities we, as providers, should remember and exhibit in the modern shockwave practice?
On this cold fall afternoon, I take reprieve in front of my fireplace and make recommendation of this New York Times Bestseller: Dr. Mütter’s Marvals, by Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz
A physician should be an ambitious man.
”To say to a young man ‘be not ambitious,’ is to say to him live the life of a drone. If ambition were a sin, is it probable that a wise Creator would have endowed nine-tenths of his people with it? The love of praise is so congenial to our nature, and so powerful a spur to every undertaking, that the moral world would be a chaos without its animating influences. It is like the sun; it gives life and heat to all around.”
The medical man must obtain a thorough medical education.
”To secure true eminence, not popularity, not notoriety, not the distinction that friendly or family influence or wealth may for a time confer, the medical man must, as the first and most important requisite, obtain a thorough medical education. But I would caution you against attempting eminence in any other department of science: One science only will one genius fit, So vast is art, so narrow human wit.”
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