RESIDUAL LIMB AND PHANTOM PAIN

RESIDUAL LIMB AND PHANTOM PAIN

Are you looking for a new solution? Don’t you wish there were another way? Wouldn’t it be great if there was a possible answer for your pain – an answer that was not invasive and did not have side-effects? Read on – there is a possible solution used by doctors...
Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral Neuropathy

By Dr. Phil Harrington Sharp, stabbing pains. Feeling like you are wearing a glove or a sock. Numbness in the hands or feet. Regularly dropping things, like your book or coffee cup. Tingling in your feet or hands. A weak, heavy feeling in your arms or legs. Muscle...
Class IV Laser Therapy for Acute Injuries

Class IV Laser Therapy for Acute Injuries

Sports injuries and acute injuries in general vary widely in terms of the mechanism of injury, how the individual presents, and how the injury should be managed. Acute injuries can affect bone, articular cartilage, ligaments, muscles, tendons, bursae, nerves, and the...
Laser Therapy and Ice

Laser Therapy and Ice

LASER AND ICE By Dr. Phil Harrington Your team is on a run, playing the best they have all year when suddenly the starting point guard drives hard to the basket, steps on an opponent’s foot and suffers a sprained ankle. Not bad enough to end his season, but it will...
Can Laser Therapy Help Chemotherapy Patients?

Can Laser Therapy Help Chemotherapy Patients?

Chemotherapy is a treatment designed to destroy cancer cells, but it can also affect healthy cells. One of chemotherapy’s side effects is immunosuppression. It slows down healthy cell growth in the bone marrow, where defense cells are produced.    The most challenging...