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Here is the recap video of our exciting Celebrity Cruise with a fantastic group of Doctors committed to learning ‘best practices’ patient care with spinal decompression. Enjoy the video and drop us note so you can join us next year!
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Press Release – Hill Laboratories Launches the Largest Decompression Therapy Campaign in Company History.
In only eighteen months since its introduction, the Hill DT Decompression Therapy Table has become the industry standard among Chiropractors and Physiotherapists practicing in non-invasive, non-surgical spinal therapy techniques. No other table on the market today can match the Hill DT’s impressive engineering of lumbar and cervical decompression sensitivity, combined with a compact footprint, intuitive touchscreen interface, quick patient set-up and expert training and support through the HillDT Solutions Network. Now, in the tables 4th generation, Version 4.1 adds even greater functionality and control to the table’s preset treatment protocols.
Benjamin Hill, Vice-President of Hill Laboratories stated, “The Hill DT is now the culmination of over 11 years of decompression therapy development by Hill Laboratories beginning with the original Spine-Med Table. The platform of the new table is such that it can be updated remotely, so each Hill DT owner can benefit from future upgrades. Doctors across the globe are getting results based training and remarkable outcomes with the machine and we couldn’t be more pleased.”
Press Release – HillDT Solutions and University of Bridgeport team up to host Continuing Education Credit Decompression Seminars at the University
Learn how to overcome the national trend of less insurance reimbursement from decompression expert Dr. Tim Burkhart as he shares his knowledge on ‘Building a Cash Practice with Decompression’. Receive 8 CE Credits when you learn the latest evidence based information to ‘Maximize Your Decompression Practice’ nationally recognized presenter Dr. Randy Reed.
Presentations are Saturday 10a – 8p October 27 or Sunday 8a – 6p October 28, 2012 at The University of Bridgeport. The CEU credits for this course are being facilitated through the University of Bridgeport, Health Sciences Postgraduate Education Department.
To learn more contact Candi@HillDTSolutions or call 616/813-9308. Early Bird Registration Here – http://hilldtsolutions.com/network/decompression-events/
About the University of Bridgeport Health Sciences Postgraduate Education
The University of offers a wide variety of seminars, online education, and distance learning programs designed to enable health care providers to keep abreast of current clinical concepts and advances in professional training. The Health Sciences Postgraduate Education Department serves the continuing education needs of acupuncturists, chiropractors, dental hygienists, naturopaths, nutritionists, and Physician Assistants.
More at www.bridgeport.edu/academics/healthsciences/postgraduate
Dr. Tim Burkhart in full swing, training on the how’s and why’s of decompression. Joining the class, we welcomed: Dr. Stephen Fierro from Florida, Dr. Kelly Douglass from Alabama, Dr. Aaron Kik and Jennifer from Michigan, also Dr. Kate Lyzenga from the Burkhart staff.
The first half of the day is spent at the beautiful Stonewater Country Club, a conference room in FireRock Grille is our classroom setting. Later we move to Burkhart & Chapp Spinal Decompression Center for hands on training with the Doctors and CA’s.
The Hill Decompression Table is a valuable tool for our team of chiropractors and their patients well being.
If you have a desire to grow your practice and your skills as a Doctor see what our experts have to say about being a member of the HillDT Network. Check out this great new video!
Commentary on the Hill DT Solutions decompression system and how you can integrate Non-surgical Spinal Decompression Training and Certification, which is included with the purchase of your Hill DT Spinal Decompression Table.
Lead by our team of chiropractors with years of experience teaching, diagnosing & treating patients in their respective practices you will be at the forefront of spinal decompression treatment profiting from our experts and quickly becoming proficient with spinal decompression treatment.
“I started on the Hill DT in the summer of 2011. In 2010, I started out looking to relieve my back pain and tried physical therapy, acupuncture and injections.
After years of lower back pain (L4-L5 area), I started my journey to find help. My first step in this journey was to get the MRI’s, x-rays and then I had a year of physical therapy. When that didn’t help, I also tried spinal injections, acupuncture & massages. As a last resort before getting surgery I tried spinal decompression using the DRX9000.
While the DRX9000 did help, after 6 months I found myself in pain again. After crying and pouting about how much this last step cost
only to have my back pain return I decided to give spinal decompression another try. But this time, there where no contracts or gimmicks. I found myself in Dr. Burkhart’s office and he felt he could help me.
From the first time on the Hill DT Decompression Table I noticed it was different. It tilted my pelvis up, which felt like it was getting directly where I needed it. I have to say, that after 3 or 4 times on the Hill DT I felt 95% better. This experience was much better than my previous spinal decompression experience. Instead of feeling like I was being pulled apart, the Hill DT seems to be more comfortable and tugging on the part of my spine that needed help. It’s hard to describe the difference but the Hill DT Table is working for me and at this point this is all that matters to me.”
Chris Neiman – Michigan (with permission)
This is a question that continues to rise within chiropractic. Did our patient get results because their pain
went away? Or perhaps post evaluation revealed an improvement in ROM or changes seen on MRI, X-rays, or other diagnostic testing. Are these results?
What if the patient feels 90 percent to 100 percent better but no significant improvement is noted upon objective analysis? What if there is significant improvement in objective findings but the patient fails to experience symptomatic change?
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