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Energy for Health n.19

In this nineteenth issue, Energy for Health presents insight concerning both laser- and magnetotherapy. The first paper reports the results of a preliminary study on the effects of the MiS laser in the management of neuropathic pain. The second paper describes a retrospective study where the efficacy of MLS® therapy in the treatment of multiple musculoskeletal conditions is highlighted in terms of pain reduction and patient’s satisfaction. In another paper concerning an in vitro study performed on a model of nerve cells, the safety and effectiveness of exposure to magnetotherapy are evaluated. Finally, it is presented a “case report” of veterinary medicine where a positive effect of MLS® therapy applied in the treatment of necrotizing fasciitis is evidenced.

In this issue:

Neuropathic pain: preliminary clinical case records on MiS laser effects
Musculoskeletal pain: clinical effects of MLS®
In vitro studies: effectiveness and safety of exposure to magnetotherapy
Veterinary medicine: use of MLS® for necrotising fasciitis

Energy for Health n.18

The contents of issue number 18 of Energy for Health offer insights into the use of MLS® therapy in various areas of human and veterinary medicine. In particular, as regards veterinary medicine, the authors of the first study (Cabassi et al.) assessed the efficacy of laser therapy for the treatment of canine pyoderma, a pathological condition in which a bacterial infection forms at skin level.
The second work presented is a retrospective dentistry study (Doan & Duong) concerning the clinical effects of MLS® therapy in dental implant operations in postmenopausal women. It highlights the efficacy of MLS® therapy in pain management and the fewer complications recorded in laser-treated implants.
The third work (Friederichs) analyses the use of laser therapy in the treatment of inattentive symptomatology in patients with learning and attention deficit, demonstrating that an improvement in symptoms is recorded after 10 laser treatments.
Finally, the last article presented (Guzman et al.) evaluates the use of MLS® therapy for managing low back pain.

In this issue:

Canine pyoderma: efficacy of MLS® Laser Therapy
Dentistry: clinical effects of MLS® in dental implant operations
Central auditory processing disorder (CAPD): MLS® in the treatment of inattentive symptoms
Low-back pain: use of MLS® in pain management

Energy for Health n.17

The contents of the seventeenth issue of Energy for Health, the scientific journal of ASAcampus, concern insights both on laser therapy and on magnetotherapy. The first article describes a "case report" which demonstrates the efficacy of MLS® therapy in reducing the pain symptoms associated with cervical radiculopathy. The second study, conducted by dentists, reports a series of cases where MLS® therapy is associated to the use of a dental bite in the treatment of craniofacial pain and temporomandibular joint disorders. The third article describes the results obtained in two centres which treated a total of 100 patients with HIRO TT, a new therapeutic strategy that combines the pulsed Nd: YAG laser source with a refrigerant system which lowers the temperature of the skin and underlying tissues (SmartCooler). Lastly, there is a basic study aimed at understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying the biological effects of electromagnetic fields.

In this issue:

Cervical radiculopathy: a Case Report treated with MLS® Laser Therapy
Dentistry: MLS® therapy and dental bite in temporomandibular disorders
HIRO TT: a new therapeutic strategy
Magnetotherapy: in vitro trial in a fibroblast model

Energy for Health n.16

Four articles dedicated to MLS® Laser Therapy: the first, conducted by dentists, demonstrates its effectiveness in treating disorders in the maxillofacial and oral region by reporting two "case reports", the second study concerns the benefits of MLS® therapy in treating patients with tendinitis. The third discusses the hypothesis of stimulation by means of MLS® Laser Therapy in patients with symptoms caused by hearing impairment; the last one talks about how MLS® represents a valuable aid in managing the painful symptoms associated with degenerative diseases of dog joints.

In this issue:

Dentistry: MLS® and disorders in the maxillofacial and oral region
Tendinopathies: benefits of MLS® Laser Therapy
Hearing: MLS® Laser Therapy and auditory stimulation
Veterinary medicine: MLS® and pain management in degenerative joint diseases

Energy for Health n.15

Four articles dedicated to MLS® therapy. The first, conducted by dentists, demonstrates the efficacy of MLS® therapy in treating the painful condition resulting from tooth extraction. The second study, which concerns the treatment of patients suffering from musculoskeletal disorders, compares the effects of MLS® laser therapy with those of a "single wavelength" NIR source. The third article describes a "case study" which reports interesting evidence on the efficacy of MLS® therapy in trigeminal neuralgia pain management. Finally, a study on the safety and clinical efficacy of laser acupuncture performed with MLS® laser in spinal pain management is presented.

In this issue:

Dentistry: MLS® in post dental extraction
Musculoskeletal disorders: comparison between MLS® and a pulsed NIR laser
Craniofacial pain: a clinical case of neuropathic pain treated with MLS®
Laser puncture: MLS® and spinal pain

Energy for Health n.14

In addition to an interesting study on the application of Hilterapia® in the treatment of knee arthritis, this issue contains three in-depth studies dedicated to MLS®. This is a preliminary study conducted by veterinary doctors on the effect of MLS® therapy in the treatment of tendinitis in sheep, then a case report on the application of MLS® therapy in a patient affected by disc herniation with radiculopathy and finally a focus on an in vivo study on the efficacy of MLS® therapy in a model of neuropathic pain in the rat.

In this issue:

Tendinitis: MLS® in an ovine tendon injury model
Radiculopathy: a case report with MLS®
Neuropathic pain: in vivo study with MLS®
Knee arthritis: a study with Hilterapia®

Energy for Health n.13

Thirteenth issue of the scientific journal of ASAcampus Energy for Health, entirely dedicated to laser therapy. There are four articles focusing on and dedicated to MLS® and Hilterapia®. Specifically: two studies demonstrate the efficacy of MLS® therapy in treating chronic craniofacial pain and interesting evidence on the safety and clinical efficacy of MLS® laser acupuncture in managing chronic pain in joint diseases. Two other articles report, instead, the studies carried out by applying Hilterapia® to the treatment of Achilles tendinitis and to serious tendon and ligament diseases. A short letter on the application of laser therapy in veterinary medicine concludes the issue.

In this issue:

Craniofacial pain: efficacy of MLS® in chronic conditions
Tendinitis: Hilterapia® for Achilles tendinitis and for serious tendon and ligament diseases.
Laser puncture: MLS® for chronic pain in joint diseases
Veterinary medicine: a short letter on various MLS® applications

Energy for Health n.12

Focus on Laser Therapy in the twelfth issue of Energy For Health, now in its sixth year of publication. In addition to a study dedicated to the analysis of the thermal effects induced by infrared radiation, by constructing a mathematical model, and a survey on the principles underlying the laser-tissue interaction, a clinical study on the effects of the pulsed Nd: YAG laser in the treatment of low back pain is also published.

In this issue:

Thermal effects: construction of a mathematical model
Laser-tissue interaction: an investigation into the principles
Back pain: a study on the treatment of low back pain with Hilterapia®
Laser puncture: an analysis of applications in musculoskeletal pain and haemophilic arthropathy

Energy for Health n.11

The eleventh issue is divided into three sections dedicated to laser therapy - a study on the application of Hilterapia® for treating arthropathies in haemophilic patients, an investigation into the effectiveness of IR laser therapy in treating Achilles tendinitis and a research comparing two laser therapies using red and IR sources, respectively, for their effectiveness in promoting the healing of severe burns - and one focusing on magnetotherapy.

In this issue:

Haemophilic arthropathy: treatment with Hilterapia®
Achilles tendinitis: an investigation into the effectiveness of the laser
Magnetotherapy: treatment of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
Severe burns: a comparison on the effectiveness of two lasers

Energy for Health n.10

4 themes have been analysed in-depth in this issue: "The effects of MLS® Laser Therapy in elite football players suffering from muscular problems: a controlled clinical study", "Treatment with laser therapy of skin damage induced by radiotherapy in breast cancer", " High Intensity Lasers vs. Low Intensity Lasers in Postmenopausal Osteoporosis Management" and "Effects of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields on Muscle Cell Behaviour".

In this issue:

Muscle injuries: effects of MLS® Laser Therapy on the muscular problems of professional football players
Radiation damage to the skin: effects of laser therapy
Osteoporosis: high and low intensity lasers compared
Magneto therapy: effects on muscle cells

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