PhotoMed Technologies

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Our Vision

 

A future where people no longer endure the restrictions of chronic pain.

The Vari-Chrome® Pro enables the practitioner to focus on restoring the patient’s impaired functions to relieve the need for pain.

 

Our Strategy

 

Devising a Modern Solution From Traditional Methods.

For centuries, societies have revered light and color for its healing properties. Now, practitioners can address more of their patient’s pain and impairments.

 
 
 
 

Vari-Chrome Pro

Practitioners can now select any visible wavelengths to meet the patient’s needs. Adjusting therapy by different wavelengths expands the possibilities for a beneficial outcome.

 
 
 
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 Carbon filament lamp, circa 1890, Aarhus Old Town Museum, Denmark

Carbon filament lamp, circa 1890, Aarhus Old Town Museum, Denmark

How We Got Here

People with unending pain and its restrictions are waiting without relief from conventional interventions.

Thankfully, non-invasive light-based therapies, called photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT), can ease certain types of pain primarily by using a fixed red or IR wavelengths. Unfortunately, those wavelengths remain inefficient for other types of pain.

Practitioners need efficient tools to improve the lives of millions of Americans who endure unresponsive pain. That’s where PhotoMed’s story begins, in 2000.

Today, underserved patients may benefit from access to more wavelengths available from the Vari-Chrome® Pro.

The Development Process →

 

 PhotoMed’s heritage stems from imaging rays of light provided by nature. PhotoMed’s Founder, Allan Gardiner

PhotoMed’s heritage stems from imaging rays of light provided by nature. PhotoMed’s Founder, Allan Gardiner

Who We Are

We are a small team, mostly of engineers, who aimed to solve some of medicine’s most challenging problems. We invented and build tools that reveal possibilities for underserved people. The outcomes suggest new areas of study and care, just as did the microscope, X-ray, and MRI.

PhotoMed’s developed tools for improving lives of people who have little expectation of improvement. The focus remains on prompting and recording the return toward normal function. Some people describe the experience like sleeping sensations awakened after years of loss to diabetes. Others resume fluidly moving fingers that seemed sluggish from arthritis.

The practitioner doesn’t have to wait long to learn if the treatments will work, typically within 3 minutes. Reports of eased pain takes a little longer.

Meet the Team →

 
 

Understanding Chronic Pain

Chronic pain affects 100 million Americans and their communities. One person with moderate or severe pain limits work, family, and community activities. Pain is a private experience that can't be shared to help others understand the agony and loss of hope.

PhotoMed's mission aims to serve people with no previous path forward.

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