Knee pain is the third most common pain reported to health practitioners, behind low back pain and headaches. Osteoarthritis of the knee is the most common type of arthritis, the major cause of pain and disability in the elderly. No matter what your age, if you have issues with your knees it’s worth giving them some attention.
In 2012 therapeutic laser was clinically proven as successful in the treatment of chronic pain, providing a welcome alternative to pharmaceutical anti-inflammatories, and painkillers that offer temporary relief at best. Not only does therapeutic laser relieve pain caused by inflammation, it also regenerates cells within the knee structure itself. Ligaments, tendons and damaged cartilage are regenerated, accelerating healing and safeguarding against the future.
I’ve been delighted with the results of our patients at Laser Medicine, a mix of yoga and sports injuries, post operative, general wear-and-tear, and even one broken soldier who is now pain free and can keep on running… Attention!
Ruth Phypers combines extensive health and recovery expertise with Low Level Laser Therapy (Cold Laser) technology. Ruth Phypers is an expert in cold laser protocols developed over 30 years of extensive research. She runs a Harley Street medical practice in Photomedicine (Low Level Laser Therapy | Photobiomodulation) focusing on general health, addiction/trauma recovery, pain relief, youthful ageing and natural beauty aesthetics.