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June 14th, 2022 at 12PM EST

Sports Injuries and Non-Invasive Treatment Options

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November

“My neck hurts”: Using BioWave High Frequency Peripheral Nerve Stimulation for Chronic Neck Pain – Innovation for Chronic Neck Pain

Dr. Charles Odonkor, MD, MA, Assistant Professor and Co-Director of Clinical Research at Yale University School of Medicine, lectures about using BioWave high frequency peripheral nerve stimulation for the treatment of chronic neck pain. Dr. Odonkor reviews three case studies and applied treatment protocols for his patients, including an athlete who suffered a head collision injury playing ice hockey and a patient suffering from sustained central cord syndrome after a hyperextension injury./p>

Dr. Odonkor

Dr. Odonkor is a Yale (medical school), Johns Hopkins (residency) and Harvard (fellowship) -trained physician with specialty training in Physiatry, Anesthesia Pain Medicine, Advanced Interventional Spine & Regenerative Medicine.

At Yale, he is assistant professor in the department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, where he also serves as co-director of clinical research. He is principal investigator of the Yale School of Medicine Wearable & Digital Health Lab, serves on various pain & spine national and international organizations, past co-chair of the diversity council for the North American Neuromodulation Society, member of the Spine Intervention Society research committee, and serves on the editorial board of Interventional Pain Journal and is a peer reviewer for the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, Pain Medicine and Neuromodulation.

As a pain physician and interventional physiatrist, his clinical practice focuses on cutting edge treatments for spine and peripheral joint disorders using regenerative approaches, neuromodulation, and radiofrequency ablation treatments. He is committed to providing individualized comprehensive care to patients with an emphasis on functional restoration.

 October  

Treating Pain with BioWave in a Neurologically Based Chiropractic Practice | Protocols and Case Studies

Dr. Ted Arkfeld, founder of Arkfeld Advanced Chiropractic, will review the applications and protocols for using BioWave high frequency peripheral nerve stimulation to treat chronic pain conditions in his neurologically based chiropractic practice. Dr. Arkfeld will focus on the goal of restoring patient function and quality of life.

Dr. Ted Arkfeld

Dr. Ted A. Arkfeld, D.C., M.S.

Ted A. Arkfeld, D.C., M.S., is a 1988 graduate of Northwestern College of Chiropractic, where he also received his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology. He earned his Master of Science in Biomechanical Trauma from Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. Dr. Arkfeld is one of the chiropractic profession’s leading authorities on documentation and coding.

For the past 20-years, he has been the team chiropractor for Gaylord Community Schools where he has treated numerous sports-related injuries and concussions.

 September  

Webinar – BioWave Pain Treatment Applications Using Foot/Ankle BioWraps for Podiatric Practices and Other Providers Treating Foot and Ankle Pain

Brad Siff, BioWave Founder & President, review’s applicable pain conditions and treatment regimens for the foot and ankle for which the proprietary wearable foot/ankle BioWrap compression electrode garment is a unique, efficacious, and easy to use solution.”

Brad Siff

Brad Siff, M. Engr., MBA
Founder & President
BioWave 

We are joined by Brad Siff, President, and Founder of BioWave. Brad is the inventor of BioWave’s signal technology. His original concept came from an inspiration he had while working as the Chief Operating Officer at a prior medical device company. Brad also worked for 7 years as Senior Vice President of Mergers & Acquisitions for Daiwa Securities with a focus on the Medical Device Industry.

Brad received undergraduate and master’s degrees from Cornell Engineering and an MBA from Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Business. Brad’s Master of Engineering thesis was focused on a special project for the Hospital for Special Surgery.”

 July  

 Applications and Benefits of Percutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (PENS) for the Treatment of Chronic, Acute and Postoperative Pain

Learn why BioWave Percutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation is superior to other electro-stimulation such as electro-acupuncture and conventional PENS.

Brad Siff

Brad Siff, M. Engr., MBA
Founder & President
BioWave 

We are joined by Brad Siff, President, and Founder of BioWave. Brad is the inventor of the Percutaneous Electrode Array. His original concept for BioWave’s signal technology came from an inspiration he had while working as the Chief Operating Officer at a prior medical device company. Brad also worked for 7 years as Senior Vice President of Mergers & Acquisitions for Daiwa Securities with a focus on the Medical Device Industry.
Brad received undergraduate and master’s degrees from Cornell Engineering and an MBA from Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Business. Brad’s Master of Engineering thesis was focused on a special project for the Hospital for Special Surgery.

June 

Pain and Performance: Using BioWave to Treat Pain in the High-Performance Sport Environment

Our guest, Daniel Bellamy, UTSA Associate AD for Sports Medicine, explains what pain management solutions he and his team use to keep the Roadrunners healthy on the field of play.

In this webinar you will learn how BioWave’s unique and patented pain blocking technology is being used in conjunction with BioWraps to treat athletes. A live Q&A will follow

Daniel Bellamy

MS, LAT, ATC, PES. Associate Athletics Director, Sports Medicine (Football, Men’s Golf) University of Texas at San Antonio

Daniel Bellamy has oversight of all aspects of the UTSA Athletics Sports Medicine program, which provides supervision, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation for more than 350 student – athletes, as well as leading collaborative efforts with team physicians and other member s of the medical team. He also serves as the department’s health care administrator and coordinate s sports medicine coverage for all 17 NCAA Division I sports and the student – athlete drug – testing program.

 

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We look forward to seeing you. If you won’t be able to join us live, a recorded session will be available after the webinar.

May

Recovery and Rehabilitation: How the Use of High Frequency Peripheral Nerve Stimulation is Helping Athletes Return to the Game Quickly & Safely

Our guest, Nathan Wilder, Senior Associate Athletic Director, Sports Medicine, and Performance from Towson University discusses how new tools and technology is enabling athletes to recover and rehabilitate quickly and safely. In this webinar you will learn how BioWave’s unique and patented pain blocking technology is being used to treat athletes in the training room, on the go while on a bus, airplane, in a hotel room or on the sidelines. And how peripheral nerve stimulation facilitates active or passive range of motion while managing pain simultaneously. Specific case study examples, including protocols, are shared, along with a Q&A session.

Nathan Wilder

Senior Associate Athletics Director, Sports Medicine and Performance, Towson University

Nathan Wilder functions as the head football athletic trainer by coordinating the medical care and providing athletic training services to the University’s football student – athletes.

He joined the Tigers from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, where he had served as the head football athletic trainer starting in 2009. While at Samford, Wilder was responsible for the prevention, management, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for all of Samford ‘s football student – athletes.

Wilder holds credentials as a certified athletic trainer and as a strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and National Strength and Conditioning Association. Wilder, a native of Pittsburgh, graduated summa cum laude from Waynesburg University in 1996. After graduating from Waynesburg, Wilder attended graduate school and worked at Ohio University.

April

Treating Chronic Low Back Pain Effectively with BioWave High Frequency Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Our guest, Dr. Dominic Hegarty, the incoming President Elect of World Institute of Pain (WIP) discussed Treating Chronic Low Back Pain Effectively with BioWave High Frequency Peripheral Nerve Stimulation. Live Q&A

Chronic low back pain affects 6 in 10 people over their lifetime. The cost in terms of healthcare utilization and losses in labor productivity run into billions annually (e.g., $105 Billion in the U.S., £12.3 Billion in the UK, €48.9 billion in Germany).

For many patients, conventional therapies fail to provide the level of pain management needed, and with limited access to pain clinics, many people continue to suffer from chronic back pain. Considering the significant costs to both individuals, and our economy, healthcare providers should consider all available options to help resolve chronic and severe pain.

Professor Hegarty demonstrated how creating a pain clinic utilizing BioWave technology has impacted his pain treatment regimen and pain management path for patients. He examined the physiological reasons why the use of a non-invasive neuromodulation device can provide the clinical outcomes reported with BioWave.

Dr. Dominic Hegarty

BSc., BMedSc., MB., MSc. (Pain Management), PhD. FCARSCI, FFPMCAI, FIPP
Dr. Dominic Hegarty is a Consultant in Pain Management & Neuromodulation at the Mater Private Hospital, Cork, Senior Clinical Lecturer, and faculty member of ASSERT training at University College Cork. At present he is the incoming President Elect of World Institute of Pain (WIP), Immediate past Honorary treasurer of WIP and on the Advisory Board of PainCast. Dr. Hegarty is a faculty member on several international organizations including WIP, IASP and ERSA. He is an active researcher & has published extensively on pain management. Dr. Hegarty is the Clinical Director of Pain Relief Ireland.

March

BioWave Wearable Compression Electrode Technology Application & Benefits for use with High Frequency Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

BioWave Founder Brad Siff talks about our new technology – BioWrap Wearable Compression Electrode Garments.

BioWraps provide compression and support simultaneously while allowing the delivery of our high frequency stimulation into deep tissue. BioWraps can treat up to a 5X larger volume of tissue than conventional 2” diameter round gel electrodes and remove any guesswork as to the location electrodes should be placed.

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