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Using WiTouchPRO in the outpatient clinic - An update

Using WiTouchPRO in the outpatient clinic - An update

I reported on some nice experiences with the WiTouchPRO a few weeks ago. The patient I described in the post is a 93-year-old lady with a compression fracture of T12 a few months ago. She has difficulty walking and moving around as a result of the significant forward bended posture. She has significant pain in the back because of the ‘wrong’ biomechanics around the thoracolumbar area. After a few non-effective early treatments, we started incorporating the WiTouchPRO on the 4th session to see if wearing it would make a difference. She immediately managed to straighten up much better, she said...

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Using WiTouch PRO in the Outpatient PT Clinic

Using WiTouch PRO in the Outpatient PT Clinic

I have been having fun with the new WiTouch PRO lately! We started using the device in our outpatient PT clinic a few weeks ago. The attraction was the ease-of-use and of course the wireless aspect – no wires to worry about, nothing to get tangled in. WiTouch PRO - OTC TENS The device is not a replacement for the usual clinical units since the electrodes are integrated into the unit itself; the user only has to replace the gel pads from time to time, which is very practical when using the device at home. So we have been using...

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Pain – The Invisible Illness

Pain – The Invisible Illness

Pain is sometimes called an invisible illness. It is not an actual disease, yet it triggers widespread functional issues as if it were one. People in pain participate in life like everybody else. They typically do not talk about their pain much, and often hide it quite well.  September was Pain Awareness month in the USA. The goal of the month is to make pain less invisible. So how aware are we of the problem of pain? Take the following little quiz and see how you do:  How many adult Americans have daily chronic or severe pain? 10 Million20 Million35...

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Clinical Need Drives Innovation

Clinical Need Drives Innovation

One of the key challenges for outpatient clinicians is efficiency, the balancing act of doing what patients need while at the same time looking after the practice bottom line. Read more about ideas that can maximize clinical impact while maintaining or even improving the clinic bottom line.

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Innovation in TENS Therapy

Innovation in TENS Therapy

Hollywog has been awarded a new patent for its invention to control a TENS device with a remote control. This opens all kinds of opportunities for patients in pain and the clinicians treating them.

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