Dr. Timothy Terlep, DC

"Dry-hydrotherapy, or as we refer to in our office as “non-immersion” hydrotherapy, is exceedingly important to our care because we do a lot of soft tissue adaptation, from chronic as well as acute individuals and those in the course of their recovery with us. So we are better able to use soft tissue treatments to accommodate our care and best of all, we are providing pain relief as well as relaxation. And universally, there is not a patient who gets done with a SolaJet session that does not say “WOW”.

  (5 SolaJet Systems utilized in practice with

100+ SolaJet treatments per day.)