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Times Online (UK)

by Jon Ungoed-Thomas

October 27, 2007

In a unique experiment, its rolling pastures and ploughed fields have been split into two so that conventional and organic produce can be grown side by side.

It has enabled scientists to test the alternative foods rigorously and answer a question that most shoppers ask themselves on a regular basis: is buying organic better for you? Already one conclusion is clear: organically produced crops and dairy milk usually contain more "beneficial compounds" believed to help to combat disease.

Insurance Newsnet

by PR Newswire

October 24, 2007

According to a new report from the Insurance Research Council (IRC), approximately one out of every three auto injury insurance claimants nationwide receives some form of alternative medical treatment.

In traditional tort liability states, alternative treatment utilization varied widely, from 17 percent in Indiana, to 52 percent in California, for bodily injury liability claims.

Integrative Laser

by Dr. Perry

October 24, 2007

Have you been lookig for the "Miracle Relief" for pain? Cranial Laser Release and Class IV laser therpy are about as close as you can get!

It is well known that there are places or points that exists on the human body, outside the obvious hardwired nerve pathways, that can control or influence another part of the body's physiology. Traditional Chinese Acupuncture is the 3000+ year old study of the meridians of the chi that flow throughout the entire body.

Cordele Dispatch

by Dr. Paul Reese

October 23, 2007

Osteoarthritis is commonly considered a "wear-and-tear" process and is associated with degenerative changes in the disc.

This derangement causes an increased strain, as well as a loss of motion of the gliding joints of the spine. These gliding joints (facets) are found in pairs, along the entire spine, and their function is to allow for movement and flexibility of the spine.

Ritter Laser Therapy

by Sara Pentz

August 24, 2007

Newport Beach-based Dr. Melissa Ritter, D.C., is using a new type of laser beam to treat the pain therapeutically that so many of us live with every day.

Amazingly, her success rate treating patients with moderate to severe arthritic pain has been up to 90%. And, it lasts! She uses a new technology that combines a synchronized, high-powered, dual wavelength infrared laser in a single beam aimed directly at the origin of the pain, reducing and often completely eliminating the pain.

Associated Content

by Rachel Krech

August 8, 2007

People who suffer from painful carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms may have a new way to fight the pain. A new technology known as "cold laser therapy" could reduce the pain caused by the disease.

What cold laser therapy actually does is that it speeds up the healing process after injury to fingers, hands, and wrists. When one of these areas is injured, it creates an accumulation of watery fluid in tissue spaces, which causes extreme and painful swelling. It can also lead to long-time soreness from an injury that happened years ago.

The Salt Lake Tribune

by J. Ann Helms

April 26, 2007

"The South Salt Lake clinic offers K-Laser therapy; [it] uses heat to help with arthritis," Ingraham says.

McDonald says the laser therapy also helps heal wounds. She explains the infrared wavelengths from the laser create a warm sensation in an animal's body at the precise area requiring attention. The noninvasive treatment is used as an alternative to drugs.

ADVANCE for Directors in Rehabilitation

by Robert E. Post, PT, PhD

April 10, 2007

An evidence-based look at laser therapy shows promise for musculoskeletal conditions.

As early as the 1960s, Endre Mester studied the effects of low-energy argon and helium-neon lasers on the behavior of biological tissues and cells, both in vivo and in vitro. In the following decade, researchers Freidrich Plog and Joseph Skovajsa presented data on the positive effects of low-energy lasers for wound healing, pain relief and laser acupuncture.

Summit Chiropractic

by Oregon Board of Chiropractic Examiners

March 15, 2007

The Oregon Board of Chiropractic Examiners approves Laser Therapy

A variety of low-level laser and light therapy (LLLT a.k.a phototherapy) is available to Oregon chiropractic physicians as a standard treatment for NMS conditions.

Herald Sun

March 14, 2007

THE ancient Chinese therapy of acupuncture has gone hi-tech.

Laser beams have replaced needles to tackle acute and chronic neck, back, hip and knee pain. Laser acupuncture is also being used to relieve migraines, morning sickness, period pain, muscle sprains and strains, symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, urinary tract infection, eczema and bed wetting in children.