This first picture shows the incisional wound from a femoral artery bypass, approximately 4 weeks old. The patient had difficulty with wound healing and was referred to physical therapy for Active Range of Motion , Strengthening and Functional Rehabilitation.
Here is what the wound looked like at initial evaluation on 11/7/11. The incision at the left is the donor site for the bypass graft (great saphenous vein?)
The next picture shows the same incision, 48 hours after the first ScenarPT treatment. This photo is taken pre treatment on 11/9/11. ScenarPT treatment continues with brushing with double bells in Frequency Modulated Mode, Damping Variable mode (FM VAR). Bulge at bottom of wound (far right) was later determined to be a “wad” of disolvable suture material which was ultimately removed by the surgeon on a subsequent rechek, after the body “rejected” it. Interesting to note color changes around wound site (decreased bruising) after only 1 session of ScenarPT.
Image below is the same wound/incision 9 days later (11/18/11) after 2 more ScenarPT sessions, again brushing in the peri-wound area with double bells in Variable Frequency Mode/Damping Variable mode (FM VAR) for approx 10-15 min each session. Wound site where suture material was rejected has closed and is well healing with new granulation material present.
The vascular surgeon is impressed and pleased with the ScenarPT techniques. Both surgeon and patient are very satisfied with the results!!
Compare coloration of wound site at initial ScenarPT treatment and 3rd picture (above) 9 days later.
New practitioners trained monthly! We have 4 new practitioners being trained this month – 2 PT’s, a Chiropractor, and a Qi Gong Practitioner/Accupuncturist. A new ScenarPT Level I class will graduate this month. The training was held at Whatcom Physical Therapy in Blaine, WA. These practitioners have been added to the practitioners tab on the home page showing their contact information for arranging ScenarPT therapy treatments. See our growing list of practitioners on the home page tab. List continues to be added to monthly as more and more practitioners are finding the exceptional results both (clinical and financial) found with adopting the ScenarPT device to their practices.