Webinar: Improving clinical outcomes in Onychomycosis using the Lunula Laser
May 13 @ 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM AEST
Presented by Richard Silverstein, DPM
Non-thermal lasers are possibly the most misunderstood healthcare intervention in present clinical scope. In this webinar we review some of the science of low level laser therapy, then discuss how the Lunula Laser can be used to treat Onychomycosis, and conclude with a section on effectively marketing the Lunula Laser to your patients.
Medicine is moving on, and healthcare is changing. Our bodies are the complete pharmacy to health, and a non-thermal low-level laser is possibly the key to unlocking this pharmacy. New discoveries have led to ways of supporting the body’s natural ability to heal, to address conditions from Onychomycosis to chronic pain.
A 60-minute webinar that will focus on the science behind the Lunula’s non-thermal laser technology and provide an opportunity to put your clinical questions to Richard Silverstein.
Prior to opening his private practice in 2000, Dr. Silverstein received an education from Syracuse University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. With
hopes of becoming a podiatrist, he continued his education at the William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago, Illinois, and completed his surgical residency training at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore.
Dr. Silverstein is the Division Head of the Podiatry Section, Department of Surgery at Harford Memorial Hospital, and he’s board certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. Well-known throughout the area, he’s also had his work published and frequently lectures at various hospitals and local community organizations.
Though he’s committed to tailoring his services to the unique needs of each patient, Dr. Silverstein enjoys spending time outside of the practice. He is married with two children and enjoys running, fishing, and camping with his family.