Radial Shockwave Training Essentials
This training is intended for clinicians who need more in-depth knowledge and practice on integrating shockwave therapy in their clinic’s treatment options. The objective is to provide the clinician with the necessary tools and techniques to feel comfortable and confident using this modality in their everyday practice and to get the best results for their patients.
Course Objectives & What You Will Learn:
- The Principle of Shockwave
- Maintenance & Safety
- Clinical Application
"Rosen was absolutely fantastic! I wish we had that session when we got the device. It makes so much more sense now: how to maintain it, how to use it effectively for different injuries, the appropriate positioning of the head, number of shocks, intensity, etc. Rosen was SO helpful. I recommend to anyone who purchases a shockwave device to take this training session before even turning it on for the first time."
- Melina Kurtakis BHK, MPT, CAFCI, Clinic Director at Lifemark Richmond Olympic Oval
This course is open to all health care professionals – physiotherapists, physiotherapy students, physiotherapy assistants, occupational therapists, chiropractors, registered kinesiologists, athletic therapists and medical doctors.
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Rosen Kolev, PT M.Sc. (Left)
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.
In 2002 he became a licensed practitioner in Canada. He practiced as a clinical physiotherapist and then became Clinic Director of AIM clinic in Kitchener. He was also helping and assisting new graduates from Canadian universities and international physiotherapists with their supervised practice and licensing procedure, thus gaining a deep understanding of the Canadian healthcare system.
In 2007 Rosen and his wife opened a clinic in Kitchener that offers a wide range of services, including Shockwave Therapy and Targeted Radiofrequency Therapy. Rosen also has extensive training and clinical experience in Laser Therapy, Acupuncture, Manipulative Therapy, Myofascial release and Trigger points release techniques.
Razi Khaddage, B. Eng. (Right)
As a biomedical engineer, Razi’s technical expertise enables OrthoCanada’s customers to make more informed decisions - whether looking for a better understanding on why Shockwave Therapy is an important investment for your clinic, or troubleshooting a technical issue with a modality.
|Instructor Name||Rosen Kolev, Razi Khaddage|
|Access Duration||Indefinite access after purchase|