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Inversion Table Traction as a Therapeutic Modality, Part 1: Oh My Aching Back

David O. Draper

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Inversion Table Traction as a Therapeutic Modality, Part 2: Application

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The Deep Muscle Stimulator&s Effects on Tissue Stiffness in Trigger-Point Therapy

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Guidelines to Enhance Therapeutic Ultrasound Treatment Outcomes

David O. Draper

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Top 10 Positional-Release Therapy Techniques to Break the Chain of Pain, Part 1

Tim Speicher and David O. Draper

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Top 10 Positional-Release Therapy Techniques to Break the Chain of Pain, Part 2

Tim Speicher and David O. Draper

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Restoring Wrist Range of Motion Using Ultrasound and Mobilization: A Case Study

Deniece Oates and David O. Draper

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Comparison of Shortwave Diathermy and Microwave Diathermy

David O. Draper

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Ultrasound and Joint Mobilizations Restore Range of Motion in a Child with a Hypomobile Elbow Due to Dislocation: An Exploration Clinical Case Report

David O. Draper

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Can Pulsed Shortwave Diathermy be Used Over Surgically-Implanted Metal?

David O. Draper

Pulsed shortwave diathermy (PSWD) is an electrical-magnetic modality used for generating thermal effects in tissues. Contemporary practice recommendations indicate PSWD should not be used over tissues surrounding surgically-implanted metal. There is recent evidence to show PSWD is safe over metal implants except looped wires. This study investigated the thermal effects of PSWD over the upper humerus of a patient with a surgically-implanted rod in his humerus and found no posttreatment temperature differences between the rod and surrounding tissue. Based upon this exploratory Clinical CASE Report, PSWD does not heat up surgically-implanted metal when used at 100 watts total power.