156: Iontophoresis: Is it Still an Effective Treatment Modality?
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Today let's chat about Iontophoresis. I will talk about the following:
-What Iontophoresis is.
-Which diagnoses are most often treated with Ionto.
-What of type of Iontophoresis should be used.
-Different meds used with Ionto.
-Tips to optimize Iontophoresis treatment.
-Contra-indications to Ionto and so much more!!

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