Introduction to Radial Shockwave Therapy
The main focus of this workshop will be on radial shockwave therapy, a physical therapy agent approved by Health Canada that is being used worldwide in rehab and physiotherapy clinics. We will also introduce you to a new physical therapy agent: Targeted Radiofrequency Therapy (also known as TR Therapy).
Shockwave therapy is recommended by orthopedic surgeons to remove calcium deposits in tendons without the need for surgery. Targeted Radio-Frequency therapy is recommended by rehabilitation medicine specialists for intense muscle relaxation and pain relief as well as acceleration of tissue regeneration.
Rosen Kolev, PT M.Sc.
Razi Khaddage, B. Eng
Who should attend?
Physicians, physiotherapists, physiotherapy assistants, chiropractors, athletic therapists, kinesiologists, exercise physiologists, strength and conditioning specialists and massage therapists.
Topics covered in the 3-hour workshop include:
• Shockwave therapy (SWT) terminology
• Difference between Focus and Radial SWT
• Understanding the parameters
• How the acoustic wave is created
• What affects depth of penetration
• Compressor vs Electromagnetic Radial SWT
• Routine maintenance
• Physiological effects
• Custom protocols and patient grouping
• Applicator positioning
• Testing for an acoustic pulse
• Therapy demonstrations
• Return on Investment
Q: Do I get any educational credits for this workshop?
A: No, currently there are no associations giving credits for Shockwave therapy courses/workshops
Q: Do I get a certificate for completing the workshop?
A: Yes, each participant who completes the 3-hour workshop will recieve an electronic certificate which can be printed confirming you have taking the Shockwave Training Essentials workshop.
Q: Will we get to try the BTL Shockwave for ourselves?
A: Yes, after the theory part of the workshop, there will be time for everyone to test administering and recieving shockwave therapy.
Q: How long is this workshop?
A: The workshop is from 9am-12:00PM (3 hours) and consists of 2 hr of theory and education followed by a hand-on session with Rosen Kolev, PT M.Sc.
Q: Will food be provided?
A: There will be coffee and snacks but no formal meal is provided.
LifeMark Sport Medicine
6111 River Rd
Richmond BC V7C 0A2