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New Alternative to Injections

Discover Relief with EPAT Therapy for Persistent Pain

Are you struggling with chronic pain that disrupts your daily life but want a non-invasive alternative to injections? EPAT provided by Dr. Wilt could be for you!

What is EPAT?

EPAT (Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology), also known as Radial Pressure Wave Treatment, is a breakthrough option used to treat a wide range of orthopaedic conditions without the need for medications or injections.

EPAT is a non-invasive, FDA-approved treatment that harnesses the power of acoustic soundwaves to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes. The technology works by sending acoustic waves into an injured area, which causes microtrauma in the treatment area. This microtrauma stimulates some of your body’s most efficient healing responses.

EPAT Can Help Treat:

  • Back and Neck Pain
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Tennis Elbow/Golfer’s Elbow (Epicondylitis)
  • Patellar Tendinitis/Tendinopathy
  • Achilles Tendinitis/Tendinopathy
  • Other tendon and tissue problems involving the foot, ankle, elbow, forearm and shoulder

Benefits of EPAT

Pain Relief

Say goodbye to the nagging pain that has been holding you back. EPAT targets the source of pain and accelerates the healing process.

Quick Sessions

With short treatment sessions, you can conveniently fit EPAT into your schedule without disrupting your routine.

No Downtime

Unlike surgery, EPAT is non-invasive, which means no downtime post-treatment. You can get back to your activities immediately.

Proven Results

Thousands have experienced the benefits of EPAT, reporting reduced pain and improved mobility after just a few sessions.

See if EPAT is Right for You

We’re passionate about helping individuals like you reclaim their lives from pain. Don’t let discomfort dictate your day-to-day activities any longer.

Give us a call today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Wilt and learn more about EPAT Therapy!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is EPAT right for me?

EPAT is effective for many conditions, but not all. For example, it is not an ideal choice for fractures, internal joint issues, or significant tendon tears. In such cases, alternative treatments might be more beneficial.

Are there any people who should not get EPAT?

EPAT is not recommended if you are currently pregnant, getting treatment for cancer in the area where you have pain or have open wounds in the area where you have pain. EPAT is also not recommended if you currently have a pacemaker/defibrillator or an implanted medical device located close to the area of your pain.

Can I get injections or other non-surgical treatments along with EPAT?

Yes. Many times the combined effect of an orthobiologic injection, such as PRP and/or physical therapy with EPAT, will yield better results than doing one type of treatment by itself.

Is there downtime?

No, EPAT doesn’t require downtime. You can resume your routine immediately after the session.

How many treatments do I need, and how long does a treatment take?

Typically, 3-5 weekly sessions are recommended, each lasting 10-15 minutes per treatment area. Some cases may require more sessions, and we will work with you to figure out an optimal treatment plan that fits your lifestyle and particular issues.

What if I have to travel and can’t come every week?

We understand the demands of an active lifestyle and can schedule sessions flexibly to accommodate your commitment.

Is this treatment covered by my insurance?

EPAT therapy is currently not covered by insurance.

How do I learn more?

For more information, please contact us, and our team will be happy to answer any other questions you have.

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