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The WINBACK vision

Faster treatments
Winback Energy super-charges practitioners’ manual techniques and reduces treatment time while providing exceptional patient experience.
Faster recovery
Winback Energy is a natural physiological bio-accelerator which stimulates and accelerates the body natural repair mechanisms.
Lasting results
Winback Energy inhibits pain immediately for a duration of more than 48 hours after treatment, restores joint mobility helping patients get back to the sports and activities they love sooner.
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Andrea Wolkenberg : Why Winback TECAR and Why Now?

As a physical therapist for over 40 years, I have developed a core set of values, chief among them is dedication to lifelong learning. And …

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Testimonial Dr Bernard Kim, DC, Strike Recovery-winback

Testimonial Dr Bernard Kim, DC, Strike Recovery

‘I was first introduced to Winback Tecar therapy at the world renowned ”OC Fight Docs” Kessler Family Wellness sports therapy clinic in Tustin, California while …

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Winback-Testimonial Amelia Lewis & Edsel Bittencourt LPGA Tour

Testimonial Amelia Lewis & Edsel Bittencourt LPGA Tour

‘After several weeks of minimal progress doing daily rehab, Amelia and I started to use Winback Therapy to expedite her progress and after 3 sessions …

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GREG-LARIVEE-Winback Energy: The power in your hands

Winback Energy: the power in your hands

The world is in the midst of a pandemic and the economic woes are being felt around every corner, including our patients and our clinics. …

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Andrea Wolkenberg: maximizing patient outcomes with Winback

Dr. Wolkenberg graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1979 with a Bachelor’s degree in physical therapy. In 1986 she earned a Master’s degree in …

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Mary currently serves as the director of the pelvic health physical therapy residency and is a pelvic health clinical specialist at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD. Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, Mary worked at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center within their Urogynecology division as the pelvic health physical therapy service chief. She has over 12 years of experience treating patients of all genders and ages with orthopedic, peri-partum, neurologic, traumatic, and oncology related pelvic health dysfunction. Mary has been an instructor for the Academy of Pelvic Health for over 5 years, and previously was an associate professor of OBGYN at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS). Additionally, she is engaged in research in pelvic health, having been awarded grants from the Section on Women’s Health of the APTA and the International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) for her protocol investigating PTNS vs. TENS in the treatment of overactive bladder symptoms and is currently co-leading the Clinical Practice Guideline development group for physical therapy treatment of urge urinary incontinence sponsored by the Academy of Pelvic Health.