Jennifer Chu, MD

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  • 3401 Market Street Suite 135

    Philadelphia, PA 19104

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  • 215-387-0550

About Jennifer Chu, MD

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  • Physical Medicine Specialists
  • Rehabilitation, Occupational & Physical Therapists

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In 2001, I was involved in a serious ski accident where I struck my back against a tree, resulting in an ambulanced trip to the emergency room. Though I (luckily) only sustained a fractured collarbone, I was left in severe pain from hitting the tree-- my back was bruised and swollen for weeks, and I could not move without assistance. Once the swelling subsided and I was able to think about therapy, I sought Dr. Chu's treatment, as I had previously been a patient from 1996-99, when I had been experiencing multiple running injuries.

I have found this treatment to be quite unique. It is a very deep feeling of pain release as eToims searches for pain deep into your muscles. You can feel that you're getting better. It feels almost like a miracle-- both of these times when I have had pain, Dr. Chu has been able to search for the root of it and gotten me back on my feet. My doctor had told me that I would continue to live with small injuries as the result of how tight my back muscles were from this accident, but with Dr. Chu's treatment, it truly began to go away. I continue to seek this treatment now for small injuries, as the treatment literally is able to get you back into the game within treatments.

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In 2001, I was involved in a serious ski accident where I struck my back against a tree, resulting in an ambulanced trip to the emergency room. Though I (luckily) only sustained a fractured collarbone, I was left in severe pain from hitting the tree-- my back was bruised and swollen for weeks, and I could not move without assistance. Once the swelling subsided and I was able to think about therapy, I sought Dr. Chu's treatment, as I had previously been a patient from 1996-99, when I had been experiencing multiple running injuries.

I have found this treatment to be quite unique. It is a very deep feeling of pain release as eToims searches for pain deep into your muscles. You can feel that you're getting better. It feels almost like a miracle-- both of these times when I have had pain, Dr. Chu has been able to search for the root of it and gotten me back on my feet. My doctor had told me that I would continue to live with small injuries as the result of how tight my back muscles were from this accident, but with Dr. Chu's treatment, it truly began to go away. I continue to seek this treatment now for small injuries, as the treatment literally is able to get you back into the game within treatments.

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I had a bankart lesion in my right shoulder requiring full open surgery at the age of 14 due to a dislocation from an improper landing while competing in the long-jump track and field event, and 3 months later while in pre-season basketball practice. I went through a full physiotherapy regime, though the surgery was a failure. By the age of 16 I had dislocated my shoulder several times while training in martial arts, and many more times while playing pick-up basketball in college during my early 20s. I began seriously taking regular non-invasive eToims treatments a few years ago and it is able to relieve the often severe neck pain that I experience from my injured shoulders pulling on my neck muscles.

The key to treating pain is to treat all of the muscles that surround the injury, as all of these muscles feed into the problem areas. So eToims searches around the body for "hot" trigger points that rapidly twitch and increase my range of motion while decreasing the often very tight muscles that cause stiffness in my joints.

I know that eToims has been used on many other athletes, including superstar world champions that have used the therapy as an important part of their overall training and rehab regime. I hope you can use eToims to help your injuries recover and regain control over your life.

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I had a bankart lesion in my right shoulder requiring full open surgery at the age of 14 due to a dislocation from an improper landing while competing in the long-jump track and field event, and 3 months later while in pre-season basketball practice. I went through a full physiotherapy regime, though the surgery was a failure. By the age of 16 I had dislocated my shoulder several times while training in martial arts, and many more times while playing pick-up basketball in college during my early 20s. I began seriously taking regular non-invasive eToims treatments a few years ago and it is able to relieve the often severe neck pain that I experience from my injured shoulders pulling on my neck muscles.

The key to treating pain is to treat all of the muscles that surround the injury, as all of these muscles feed into the problem areas. So eToims searches around the body for "hot" trigger points that rapidly twitch and increase my range of motion while decreasing the often very tight muscles that cause stiffness in my joints.

I know that eToims has been used on many other athletes, including superstar world champions that have used the therapy as an important part of their overall training and rehab regime. I hope you can use eToims to help your injuries recover and regain control over your life.

Pros: Non-invasive, immediate increases in mobility, painless

Cons: None

 

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