Time for a new pain-relieving algorithm?
Millions of Americans thankfully maintain reduced pain through on-going interventions.
Guideline algorithms frequently limit the try something different escalation of interventions.
What happens to the people who do not respond as expected?
Did Silicon Valley thinking break the treatment-resistant pain barrier?
· Applying advanced technologies to accelerate old algorithms
· Observing early physiological responses for feedback - Does it work?
· Converging on the restoration of normal functions (homeostasis)
· Observing continuing improved functions that persist after therapy ends.
For example, the operator views thermal imaging to observe warming in real time prompted by PhotoMed Technologies’ non-invasive therapy. This man’s hands resumed their normal skin-temperature response functions. Click the image to watch online video. (11 seconds)
Why welcome people whom others consider to be hopeless?
Operators of PhotoMed’s accelerated algorithm see things differently. They apply the therapy and observe physiological responses that mark the return of homeostasis.
A flinch, gasp, or spontaneous remark frequently confirms that the event was unexpected.
Not yet understood, why did the body remain so long in an impaired state?
The bad news, PhotoMed’s algorithm doesn’t work in 2/3s of the treatment-resistant cases. However, beside disappointment, there are no side effects.
Just two visits are enough to determine that the therapy probably won’t work for that patient.
The good news, improvement in 1/3 of the cases is whole lot better than zero.
Why not look while the action happens?
Operators incessantly ask, did the treatment work?
PhotoMed Technologies’ team developed its Instant Feedback System™ for practitioners to prompt, observe, and collect details in Silicon Valley style.
Let computers, big data, and AI connect the dots among treatments, responses, and outcomes. Feedback arrives in 60 seconds after therapy begins.
They asked, how could the therapy prompt so many seemingly different disorders to suddenly conclude?
We don’t have a clue. It just does.
Is it really the return to homeostasis?
For patients, the return of function is all the evidence they need.
Evidence that homeostasis has resumed accrues while improved functions persist after therapy ends.
PhotoMed’s team still receives thank-you notes from people who experienced their releasing event more than a decade earlier.
Does the resumption of homeostasis account for the unexpected responses?
· Warming 10°C with continuing comfort
· Returning sensation lost for years to diabetes
· Moving comfortably through a previously painful range-of-motion
· Restarting of non-healing wounds.
Could PhotoMed’s therapy be a yet not understood catalyst for the return of homeostasis after 20-30 years?
Why didn’t someone think of this before?
For 150 years, practitioners used visible light to benefit their patients. Today, red and IR dominate. They still argue over which color is best.
Overlooked, they were talking about different people with each color in considered in isolation.
Does the patient care which color prompted their relief or restored function?
PhotoMed’s team wondered, is it one, two, or a sequence of wavelengths needed by the body to resume homeostasis?
Silicon Valley’s quest for speed inspired PhotoMed’s therapy. Why not vary the wavelength during therapy?
Only the Vari-Chrome® Pro varies the wavelength during therapy.