The hand piece contains a projectile that is accelerated through the electromagnetic transfer of kinetic energy. This kinetic energy is then transformed into impact energy in the applicator head. The impact energy delivered from the applicator head results in radial pulses in the target tissue. Radial Pulse Therapy provides an excellent alternative to treating muscle tissue. The energy treats muscle pain and helps to increase circulation in the target tissue.
Published in Nov 1,2017 edition of News Transcript written by Dr. Jerry Moczerniuk, PT, DPT.
Article published in today’s News transcript about returning to sports faster and safer after a sprain or strain written by Dr. Jerry Moczerniuk, PT, DPT.
See article published in Greater Media Newspapers today by Dr. David Bertone, PT, DPT, OCS.
Dry needling must stop being performed by physical therapists in NJ on Aug 31, 2017 per NJ Attorney General ruling.
Unfortunately, until there is statutory change to the NJ Physical Therapy Practice Act that specifically names dry needling as a therapeutic intervention, the physical therapists at db Ortho PT must stop performing this highly effective clinical tool on Aug 31, 2017. There have been hundreds of patients who have benefited from this procedure without one complaint or adverse reaction. The ruling is purely the result of a turf battle with acupuncturists who claim the treatment is the unlicensed practice of acupuncture. Fortunately the AG ruling DID NOT state that dry needling was indeed the unlicensed practice of acupuncture when performed by trained physical therapists. However, his ruling did specify that the intervention was not specifically listed in the practice act that governs the licensed practice of physical therapy. Therefore, statutory change is required and will be worked on by the professional association for physical therapists in NJ – APTA-NJ. Stay tuned for an update over the next few months. Until then, if you have benefited from this technique, please let us know.
A comprehensive meta-analysis was recently performed to compare the effects of glucosamine vs a placebo on Hip and Knee OA pain and functioning. The study was published in the July 2017 issue of the Annals of Rheumatic Disease. The results prove no benefits in pain or function in those using glucosamine or a placebo. Click here to read the study
Physical therapy just as effective as surgery for subacromial shoulder pain syndrome.
Read the full article published in the News Transcript written by Dr. Jerry Moczerniuk, PT, DPT.
Read article published July 4th in the News Transcript written by Dr. Bertone.