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How the man who gave us Corn Flakes also introduced the world to Light Therapy – Dr John Kellogg, advocate for healthy living

Monday, February 26, 2018

On this day, 26 February, in 1852, the American, John Harvey Kellogg was born.  His name is universally-known as the brand of breakfast cereals. But his lesser-known inventions are just as important today.  Read more

Handy Pulse Laser for Arthritis Relief

Monday, August 28, 2017

Living with pain can be one of the hardest parts of having arthritis!  While not yet curable, the condition is usually manageable with a multimodal treatment approach. Read more

Should we treat pain and inflammation with ice?

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

I know, it seems counter-intuitive to deny yourself instant relief when you suffer a painful injury.  Yet, science says ice may not be the best way to treat a soft tissue injury. Read more

Are three radiances better than one in low level laser therapy?

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

New research looks at how a laser device combining of a super-pulsed laser and light emitting diode (LED) phototherapy helps treat knee pain. Read more

Low Level Laser Therapy helping athletes get back on the field

Thursday, August 14, 2014

As the thousands of runners completed the grueling 14km from Sydney to Bondi in last weekend’s City2Surf, there was a collective groan of aching muscles, stretched tendons and sore tissue that may well be heard well into the following week.  Read more

Using Cold Laser for Knee Pain on the Womens Tennis Association Tour

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Andrea Petkovic tells how she uses cold laser on her knee "I won again today and my knee is holding up fine... I'm working with an Italian doctor who treats a lot of the players. His name is Pier Francesco Parra and he has this laser that he puts on your knee three times for about two minutes..." Read More on the Wall Street Journal  Petkovic: Therapy for the Knees and Eyes Read more

Australian-first Clinical Trial of Laser Acupuncture Arthritis Treatment for Knee Pain

Thursday, November 22, 2012

An Australian-first clinical trial of arthritis treatment using acupuncture laser to treat osteoarthritis knee pain is showing positive results, but more participants are needed to strengthen its findings according to researcher Meikin Li Rees. Read more


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