By Allan Gardiner, PhotoMed Technologies, Founder
Many factors contribute to a lost-range-of-motion. Rapid recoveries, like this one, suggest an abnormal synchronization among muscles.
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PhotoMed Technologies envisions a future when collaborating clinics, including those rural and remote, can offer their patients the most current non-invasive solutions developed by passionate practitioners and researchers around the globe.
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