Anodyne Therapy: A Photo-Energy Treatment Modality

Utilization

Hospitals, Clinics, Facilities, Professionals
Anodyne therapy is recognized as an effective therapeutic modality as evidenced by more than 13 years of use in over 5400 clinical sites/providers, such as:

  • 2200 Rehab Clinics
  • 1700 Home Health Care Agencies
  • 1000 Skilled Nursing Facilities
  • 400 Hospitals
  • 10,000 Prescribing Physicians
  • Physician Offices
  • Wound Care Clinics
  • Teaching Institutions
  • 2200 Rehab Clinics
  • 1700 Home Health Care Agencies
  • 1000 Skilled Nursing Facilities
  • 400 Hospitals
  • 10,000 Prescribing Physicians
  • Physician Offices
  • Wound Care Clinics
  • Teaching Institutions

Military
Military utilization is also significant. The Navy SEALS, Army Rangers, and Special Ops Teams use Anodyne therapy for treatment of various soft tissue injuries. It is being used in Afghanistan and Iraq to increase circulation and reduce pain in soldiers suffering from everything from frostbite to bullet wounds.

The SEALS did a retrospective chart review of using Anodyne on high ankle sprains. Their previous protocol had been the National Football League (NFL) high ankle sprain protocol. When Anodyne was added to the NFL protocol, a 40% improvement in healing time was observed.

Anodyne therapy is used in the Physical Therapy Department of the Navy SEAL Team 5, Coronado, San Diego, California. Army hospitals using Anodyne include Walter Reed, Tripler, Madigan, William Beaumont, and Ft. Carson.

[Note: Anodyne is not cleared for wound healing, frostbite, bullet wounds, or high ankle sprain. The above results are only meant to show the increase in circulation and decrease in pain produced by Anodyne therapy and not meant to infer that Anodyne therapy alone heals soft tissue injuries.]

Professional Sports Teams

Atlanta Braves
Baltimore Ravens
Chicago White Sox
Cleveland Browns
Colorado Avalanche

Colorado Rockies
Detroit Red Wings
Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City Royals

Milwaukee Admirals
Seattle Seahawks
Tennessee Titans
Toronto Blue Jays

Atlanta Braves
Baltimore Ravens
Chicago White Sox
Cleveland Browns
Colorado Avalanche

Colorado Rockies
Detroit Red Wings
Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City Royals

Milwaukee Admirals
Seattle Seahawks
Tennessee Titans
Toronto Blue Jays

University Athletic Departments - multiple