April 24, 2019 First hi-def recordings of wounds
Julie Hamilton, M.D. and Robert Hamilton, M.D. demonstrated the Vari-Chrome® Pro on patients with slow-healing wounds at Prestige Regenerative Medicine in Redding California. The recordings show fresh exudates entering the wound during therapy. You can learn more about wound care on their website, HealingYourWound.com
December 13-15, 2018 A4M World Congress Booth 7093
PhotoMed Technologies will exhibit its Vari-Chrome® Pro non-invasive light therapy device at the A4M World Congress (American Association for Anti-Aging Medicine) on December 13-15 at the Venetian/Palazzo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Visit Allan and Jake Gardiner at Booth 7093. We’re easy to find – directly across the aisle from the Mercedes give-away raffle. We will be showing the Vari-Chrome® Pro as a physical therapy tool for aches, pains, and improving movement.
November 2, 2018 ADA Silicon Valley Leaders Forum HealthTech Showcase
PhotoMed Technologies team presented its Rapid Discovery System™ and the Vari-Chrome® Pro non-invasive light therapy tools at the American Diabetes Association 23rd Annual HealthTech Showcase in San Mateo Marriott on November 2. PhotoMed’s real-time recordings demonstrate restoration of sensation and the restart of non-healing wounds. The event brought together a community of investors and influential people interested in serving people with diabetes.
We were honored to be among 50 companies invited to exhibit our progress. This was our first public showing of the Rapid Discovery System and its new HDR camera for recording wounds as they restart healing. Several visitors remarked that they now had hope for family or friends who had lost sensation, other complications, or had non-healing wounds from diabetes.
October 20, 2018
For immediate release: PhotoMed’s founder, Allan Gardiner, invites others to join in relieving pain for the underserved. The release announces the Lending Library Project which will serve people in pain who live in rural or remote areas by providing practitioners PhotoMed’s versatile pain-relief tools at no charge. Tax-deductible donations made to the L.C. and Lillie Cox Haven of Hope 501c(3) organizations will enable the Project to begin lending tools.