Anodyne Therapy

ANNETTE - 25587
By ANNETTE - 25587 Latest Reply 2013-04-13 18:50:44 -0500
Started 2009-04-16 06:39:15 -0500

Has anyone out there every tryed the Anodyne Therapy? What can you tell me about it? I read about it in Dr. Peter Gott colum of the paper
What do you think about it

4 replies

aprylrayne 2013-04-13 18:50:44 -0500 Report

I am currently in Anadyne Therapy. I can tell when I miss a day of therapy.
Ever since I started therapy, I have been able to sense hot and cold again, not kick my husband out of bed, and be able to sleep UNDER the sheets without it hurting my feet. I also take Lyrica, but have been told I can only take up to 300 mg a day… for a short time (or why I was sent to a specialist) was because I was self medicating @ 400mg to 600mg the pain is what sent me to the doctor. All it is is Light Therapy. and if I could afford the unit for home, I would do it at home…

kdroberts 2009-04-16 09:48:23 -0500 Report

Infrared and ultrasound are long used physical therapy treatments for muscle, tissue and ligament damage so it seems logical that infrared might help with nerves. No personal experience with it but it wont hurt to try it if it's covered by your insurance. I'm guessing in neuropathy cases it wont completely cure it but it should make it mildly to significantly better.

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