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A Two Part Patient-Centered & Evidence-Based Approach in Applying Radial Shockwave Therapy

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A Two Part Patient-Centered & Evidence-Based Approach in Applying Radial Shockwave Therapy

A Two Part Patient-Centered & Evidence-Based Approach in Applying Radial Shockwave Therapy

This course includes
2:41:18 of Course Material (View)
Lifetime access after purchase
Certificate of completion
This course was recorded in December 2021


Are you interested in learning about recent breakthroughs in therapeutic electro agents? Then this workshop is for you!

This course is a two part patient-centered & evidence-based approach in applying radial shockwave therapy.
Shockwave therapy is recommended by orthopedic surgeons to treat the tissue without the need of surgery and to provide high-quality care.

This nearly 3 hour workshop is presented by Physiotherapist Rosen Kolev, World-Class Instructor with over 10 years experience with BTL Shockwave Technology.


The Following Topics Will Be Covered:

  • Introduction
  • Theory
  • Objectives
  • Technology – Focus vs. Radial
  • Therapeutic effects
  • Contraindications
  • Understanding the Parameters
  • Patient Centered approach
  • Case Scenarios
  • Patient Education
  • Practical applications with the modality
  • Common conditions to be treated


What's included in the Virtual Radial Shockwave Therapy course?

Lifetime access to the virtual course as well as a physical copy of the training manual upon completion. 



This online course about radial shockwave therapy is for clinic owners, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, PT & DC Assistants, Massage Therapists, Physicians, Osetopaths, Athletic Therapists, Kinesiologists, Strength and Conditioning Specialists and Exercise Physiologists.

"Training excelled in providing us with guidelines for clinical 'real world' applications of the modality"
- Miles Morgan, MScPT Owner of Resolve Physio and Wellness

The instructors
Rosen Kolev
Rosen obtained a Masters degree in Physiotherapy at NSA in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1994. He practiced at the Regional Hospital in his home town of Dobrich until 2001 and ran his own private practice gaining vast experience in orthopaedic and neurological rehabilitation. During the same period, he was a clinical trainer and teacher at the Physiotherapy Assistants program of the local Medical College.


OrthoCanada is a leading expert in the design and distribution of physiotherapy equipment and supplies to the Canadian rehab industry.

Founded in 1989, OrthoCanada has offices in Gatineau-Ottawa, Vancouver and Kitchener-Waterloo to provide technical support to healthcare professionals in the fields of physiotherapy, occupational therapy, sports medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, athletic therapy, kinesiology, acupuncture and massage therapy and in diverse environments, including clinics, hospitals, rehabilitation centres, universities and colleges, recreational centres, sports teams and associations.

Our product range includes electrophysical agents, modalities, exercise equipment, treatment furniture, orthopedic and postural supports, diagnostic devices and clinic supplies. OrthoCanada is the Canadian distributor for Nustep, Seers Medical, K-Tape, BTL Physiotherapy, ITO Physiotherapy, Multi Radiance Medical, Patient Media, Torex and more.

Course Material included in this course
  • Part 1: Theory
  • Section 2 - Shockwave Definition and Medical Effects
  • Section 3 - Contraindications
  • Section 4 - Understanding the Parameters
  • Section 5 - Custom Protocols
  • Section 6 - Patient Education
  • Section 7 - Miscellaneous
  • Section 8 - Acknowledgement
  • Part 1 Feedback
  • Part 2: Application
  • Section 9 - Demonstration of Controls
  • Section 10 - The Finger Test
  • Section 11 - Routine Maintenance
  • Section 12 - Heel Spur
  • Section 13 - De Quervain Tenosinovitis
  • Section 14 - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Section 15 - MCL
  • Section 16 - Achilles Tendinopathy
  • Section 18 - ITB
  • Section 19 - Hamstrings
  • Section 20 - Piriformis
  • Section 22 - WAD
  • Section 23 - Lumbar Paraspinalis
  • Section 24 - Mixed Double Area
  • Section 25 - Conclusion
  • Part 2 Feedback
  • Course Completion
  • Post-Course Offers
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