Medical conditions and pain caused by circulatory problems can be some of the most frustrating conditions. This is where Anodyne Therapy (Monochromatic Infrared Photo-Thermal Energy or MIRE) has been clinically proven to help. Increasing circulation (as measured by a sophisticated instrument called a Moor Scanning Laser Doppler) can help reduce pain and inflammation and improve quality of life. Anodyne Therapy, when used adjunctively with a personalized physical therapy program, may help relieve pain that has not responded to other medical interventions.
The Anodyne Therapy System is an FDA-cleared infrared medical device that increases circulation and decreases pain. Anodyne therapy is currently used in over 4300 hospitals, universities, clinics, home health agencies, physical therapy centers, long term care facilities, physician offices and by the U.S. Military.
Indications for Anodyne Therapy
Diabetic peripheral neuropathy
Decrease of local blood circulation.
Minor muscle and joint aches, pains, and stiffness.
Minor pain and stiffness associated with arthritis.
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