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.

Low level laser therapy for scar tissue

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

NICE approves low level laser for side effects of radiotherapy and chemotherapy

Clinical trials in the UK to prove the effectiveness of PBM (photobiomodulation therapy) - otherwise known as low-level laser therapy - looks set to increase. Last year NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) approved low-level laser for oral mucositis (OM) - one of the common side effects caused by radiotherapy and chemotherapy for cancer patients. [...]

Handy Cure 5V home-use low level laser device

Many of my patients ask if I recommend a low cost home-use low level laser so that they can continue to maintain their wellness after or in between a course of treatments with me. For their benefit I researched the market and was pointed towards the Handy Cure 5V Class 1 low level laser device which is [...]

Stretch your mind…

A few years ago, travelling though Mexico, I met an extraordinary woman. Over a breakfast conversation in our beach restaurant on the Yukatan Peninsular, she told me about a motorbike accident she’d been involved in a few years earlier. She had been riding pillion with her boyfriend along Route 101 – that stunning stretch of [...]

Laser Medicine facials: as seen in The Lady

I had the great pleasure of meeting and treating Annette Kellow from The Lady magazine recently, who has written a glowing review of our low level (cold) laser facials. Click here to read The Lady review

By | August 6th, 2018|Beauty, Laser Medicine News|0 Comments

Low level laser facials: As seen on Stylenest

I was delighted to meet Sara Darling from Stylenest.co.uk recently at our Harley Street London clinic for her low level laser facial. Sara was more than happy with the results, which she describes as the "holy grail of facials". Low level laser therapy facials work on 3 levels, creating deep and long lasting youthfulness: Lymphatic system [...]

By | August 1st, 2018|Beauty, Laser Medicine News|0 Comments

50 rays of light on addiction

The devastating effects of process addiction can be as traumatic and destructive as substance abuse or alcoholism. Withdrawal and recovery from compulsive behaviours such as sex addiction, love addiction, anorexia or food addiction, and even financial debt, is in many cases, even more difficult than the excruciating withdrawal of breaking free of drugs or alcohol. Moreover, as process [...]

By | April 25th, 2018|Addiction & Treatments|0 Comments

Addicted to recovery at ICAAD London

For many years we have studied the cause and effects of addiction - from a medical position in decades of research into the use of acupuncture and therapeutic laser for treating addiction, and as a recovering addict in year 12 of sobriety. We appreciate the deeply complex emotional and mental causes of addiction (often linked to [...]

By | April 23rd, 2018|Health & Care|1 Comment

Shilajit – for full performance

Natural mineral squeezed from rocks in the Himalayas, Shilajit is often described as 'nature's pancea' - a natural mineral supplement that boosts the immune system and improves physical and mental performance. We have sourced a direct supply from India and lab tested for impurities.      

By | March 20th, 2018|Natural Health|0 Comments

Natural treatment for enlarged prostate

Natural Treatment for Enlarged Prostate Prostate Cancer UK reports that men of colour are twice as likely to experience prostate cancer than white men  (1 in 4 compared to 1 in 8). More common than this however is an enlarged prostate gland, which many men (both black and white) experience once they reach 45-50. We believe [...]