Dr. Brad Fullerton of Austin, TX discusses Diagnostics Through Dynamics using physical examination and ultrasonography to reveal loss of tensional continuity in the myofascia, and application of regenerative treatment at the site of tensional continuity loss as a treatment for chronic pain.
ProloAustin is strongly committed to the health and well-being of our patients, team members, physicians, and community. With a growing number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the United States, it is imperative we take action to provide appropriate care and a safe environment for our patients, visitors, and employees.
Effective immediately, we have adopted the following protocols to better protect our patients, team members, and visitors, and to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Until further notice, no vendor/rep shall make on-site visits unless an appointment is scheduled and pre-approved by Cassi Taylor, our practice manager, she can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All on-site visits are covered under these guidelines, including meals, non-meal in-services, clinical education sessions, and sample drops.
Here at ProloAustin we are committed to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for our staff and patients. As such we are monitoring the COVID-19 updates and taking recommendations from the CDC and local health authority officials. These are the steps we are taking to assure that we can continue to deliver excellent patient care to you.
We will be following our infection control policies during this time, emphasizing CDC approved hand washing techniques along with safe distancing where possible.
We have advised our employees who exhibit any flu-like symptoms to stay home and consult with their physician. We are asking our patients that also show any flu-like symptoms to call us before coming to our office to discuss your situation. We will understand last minute cancellations during this period.
We have removed all magazines in our office during this time to further limit exposure risk. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
For our patients that travel to see us or travel frequently via air, please check in with us prior to any appointments in this office so that we may assess the risk. Also, if you are immunosuppressed please contact our office to discuss your particular situation.
The safety of our patients and our team is the highest of priorities.
Jane Lee and Kristen Dorazio are moving on to pursue graduate education in Medicine and we wish them the best. This will be quite the transition as Jane was with ProloAustin for 4 years, she started as an intern and then worked part-time and two years ago stepped in as our Sr. Medical Assistant. She will be pursuing a graduate program to become a perfusionist.
Kristen will be entering Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine in July. We wish her well in her journey to become a DO.
Prolo Austin is excited to share that Dr. Fullerton will be teaching in Hong Kong this summer as part of the HKIMM ASM 2018 at the Hong Kong Institute of Musculoskeletal Medicine. The three-day refresher course in Musculoskeletal Medicine includes lectures and hands-on workshops.
Dr. Fullerton will be presenting a Plenary Lecture on Ultrasonography of the Thoracolumbar Myofascial System.
Dr. Fullerton has an article in the upcoming issue of the journal Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America. His article, “Prolotherapy for the Thoracolumbar Myofascial System,” can be accessed online for free until January 11, 2018. Read the article here.
At the 2nd Annual Med Rebels Cell Therapy Symposium & Cadaver Training, Dr. Fullerton’s gave a presentation titled The Fascia: Ultrasound Diagnositics | Understanding Patients through Ultrasonography and Fascial Anatomy.
“Dr. Brad Fullerton and the staff at ProloAustin are wonderful and I can’t recommend them highly enough. Dr. Fullerton is innovative, thorough, caring, and a solver of difficult problems, Every member of his staff is friendly, competent, supportive and professional. …
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