Ask Your Doctor About EPAT

Ask Your Doctor About EPAT

If you’ve been diagnosed with a musculoskeletal, urologic, aesthetic or wound related condition or disorder, its important to get all the facts. The more you know about your condition and your treatment options, the more confident you’ll feel in your decision.

When it comes to choosing your treatment (and sometimes your treatment provider), you play a vital role. You need to ask questions and make your concerns known. You should feel comfortable asking any questions, big or small.

Women in doctor's offices discussing EPAT

Here are some basic questions to ask your physician:

  • Is there a non-operative or non-invasive option?
  • Do you feel a non-invasive procedure is a good option for me for this condition?
  • What are the clinical benefits of a non-invasive procedure and how does it compare to other treatment options?
  • What are the risks?
  • How long will it take me to recover and what is the anticipated recovery process?
  • When can I resume normal activities?
  • What are the costs and how does it compare to other treatment options?
  • Do you know a physician who routinely performs this procedure using a non-operative/ non-invasive approach?
  • How many non-invasive procedures have you performed?
  • How many times have you performed this specific procedure?
  • Will you be performing the procedure yourself?
  • Do you have a specialized staff that focuses on non-operative/ non-invasive procedures?

Let Your Doctor Know About EPAT

Physicians are continuously seeking ways to improve patient outcomes by offering the treatment options that patients like you are considering.  Would you like to let your doctor’s office know about EPAT?  We can help!

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For more information regarding EPAT or to find a provider in your area, please contact CuraMedix by phone 401-333-6500 or email