About Ruth Phypers

Ruth Phypers combines extensive health and recovery knowledge with Low Level Laser (cold laser) technology. Ruth Phypers is expert in cold laser protocols developed over 30 years of extensive research. She runs a Harley Street medical practice in Photomedicine (Low Level Laser Photobiomodulation) focusing on general health, addiction/trauma recovery, pain relief, youthful ageing and natural beauty aesthetics.

Cold Laser Therapy on Covid-19

A first time supportive response of Photobiomodulation Therapy | Low Level Laser | Cold Laser Therapy on Covid-19 has been published in the USA. Sigman, Scott & Mokmeli, Soheila & Monici, Monica & Vetrici, Mariana. (2020). A 57-Year-Old African American Man with Severe COVID-19 Pneumonia Who Responded to Supportive Photobiomodulation Therapy (PBMT): First Use of PBMT in [...]

Low Level Laser Therapy for Pain Control

The most effective use of Low Level Laser therapy for pain control has been recognised by many of our patients. The American FDA has approved many low level laser devices (also known as Class 3b Laser) to manage and control pain, which are used in many different scenarios. In the clinic we employ Omega Laser Systems Class 3b Laser [...]

Low Level Laser Therapy for Vulvodynia

Complex and baffling, vulvodynia is an emotionally and physically challenge for as many as 1:4 women. Deterred by the traditional pharmaceutical options, many women have found short and long term relief for vulvodynia (chronic vulva pain) through the use of Low Level Laser Therapy for vulvodynia. In Naomi Wolf's wonderful research study Vagina: A New Biography [...]

Low Level Laser Treatment for Enlarged Prostate

Most men experience an enlarged prostate gland once they reach 45-50. We believe that the enlarged prostate is the result of a build up of dead blood cells in the gland. This creates a swelling in the tissue which leads to an increase in urination and a decrease in production of seminal fluid. Many people experience good results [...]

Handy Cure 5V Home-Use Low Level Laser Device

Really happy to announce a formal partnership with leading home use Low Level Laser device manufacturer, Medical Quant Ltd via Gudaro-Med Tech (UK based tech support) who make the popular and highly effective Handy Cure 5V low level laser device. Many ask my recommendation for a low cost home-use low level laser so that they can [...]

Natural beauty, natural woman.

I believe that every woman should have the power to make decisions about her personal beauty regime that are right for her. And I would never challenge anyone who felt empowered to take action based on their own personal reasons that are appropriate for them. However, in this article I would like to present a viable alternative [...]

Low level laser therapy for scar tissue

When any soft tissue is damaged the body produces scar tissue. We normally associate scars with cuts and incisions at the skin's surface. However, scar tissue is also produced around damaged muscles, nerves and joints. If the body's natural healing mechanism does not clear the damaged tissue away (which is often the case), scar tissue leads to congestion, which creates [...]

Strengthen your immune system

In the current climate, to maintain a strong and healthy immune system feels more important than ever. The body's immune system (also referred to as the lymphatic system) fights infection and disease. It also promotes efficient waste removal (cellular debris) via interstitial fluid into the blood stream. Key lymphatic organs (bone marrow, spleen and lymph nodes) work to [...]

Laser Facials: A Useful Guide

The term 'Laser Facials' is being mentioned a lot at the moment. I even heard it in a recent episode of Grace and Frankie: "Need to pop out for my laser facial!" exclaims Adam, Brianna's long suffering PA. Are laser facials finally becoming mainstream? That would be great - as long as its the right [...]

Medical Thermal Imaging for Diagnosis

At Laser Medicine we have used thermography as a proven and widely used method for clinical diagnosis. For every patient we employ Infrared (IR) cameras to capture and record surface temperature variations from which we then glean metabolic and vascular activity. Observing an increased surface temperature enables us to detect a variety of inflammatory conditions such joint inflammation [...]

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