To help improve the quality and quantity of our patients lives, and to support them in creating a healthier lifestyle for themselves and their families.
Patrick J. Noel, DC, MBA graduated from the National College of Chiropractic in 1997. Since then he has been in private practice in the Denver Metro Area. Although he considers himself a family practitioner, Dr. Noel has a special interest in sports medicine. As a former high school and collegiate athlete, Dr. Noel has first-hand experience of the physical demands and injuries associated with athletics.
It is often said that a doctor's ultimate goal should be to prevent the diseases of which he/she treats. Dr. Noel is also extensively trained in Occupational Medicine. This education not only allows him to treat the injured worker, but also allows him to work with corporations to prevent injuries in the work place.
"I hope with my special training in sports and occupational medicine to utilize this knowledge to develop new strategies to prevent and treat injuries in both fields."
Recently Dr Noel has discovered the amazing benefits of ESWT (shockwave therapy) for those suffering from chronic pain and injuries. This new therapy has become the driving force behind opening his new Noel Relief Centers.
Although most of Dr. Noel's spare time is spent with the daughter, he enjoys playing softball and volleyball, weightlifting, motorcycling and ATVing in the mountains.
“I began seeing Dr. Noel after my back became so painful I could barely function. As the therapy program progressed, my neck and back became more pain-free and looser...I am very thankful that after many years of suffering that my condition has improved considerably.” - GeneRead More...
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) is approved in the US by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treatment of plantar fasciitis and tennis elbow. There is an FDA study to treat recalcitrant diabetic wounds. The FDA approved Storz Medical's Duolith SD1 -T-TOP device to administer ESWT.
The UK advisory body, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), have issued guidance on ESWT to UK clinicians for a number of clinical indications including calcific tendinitis of the shoulder, refractory plantar fascitiis, refractory Achilles tendinopathy, refractory tennis elbow, and refractory greater trochanteric pain syndrome.