Category Archives: THE FUTURE OF LLLT

My vision of the future for LLLT

Building NovoTHOR: Cool LEDs and product lifetime

NovoTHOR is manufactured from the ground up to be used used all day, every day and stay within its treatment parameters. It has no warm up time, no required down time and short treatment times – so it can keep up with your busiest hours, whenever they are.

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Building NovoTHOR: It starts with Quality components

Making a NovoTHOR starts with designing and manufacturing quality components. Testing occurs throughout the build process to ensure the NovoTHOR meets strict requirements for light distribution and dose for maximum effectiveness.

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Building NovoTHOR: Made in the USA

We make NovoTHOR in the USA, working with experts in LED manufacturing who have a passion for excellence. They implement testing and quality systems to ensure every aspect is built to our high standards.

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Ending Opioids by Photobiomodulation

James Carroll, CEO and founder of THOR Photomedicine – Speech to Congress.

We are all aware there is an opioid crisis.

  • A hundred million adults in the United States are affected by chronic pain and $600 billion a year is spent on in direct health care costs and lost productivity because of pain.
  • 49,000 people died from opioids in 2017.
  • 19,000 of which were from prescribed opioids for pain relief.

We believe that Photobiomodulation therapy can help reduce the prescribing of opioid medication for pain relief and we wish to draw attention to the Congress and health care policymakers, NIH and CMS, about this potentially valuable tool.

Read the full Speech to Congress on citizenoversight.blogspot.com

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Congressional Briefing Highlight Video

U.S. CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING. Ending Opioid Use – Washington DC

James Carroll presented evidence to Congress on the effectiveness of PBM for treating pain and where it can be used in place of opioids. Prof. Praveen Arany explained how and why it works, and Annette Quinn RN gave her first hand experience in treating over 854 patients with Oral Mucositis.

Learn more at CongressPBM.com

Read James Carroll’s Speech to Congress on citizenoversight.blogspot.com

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THOR laser in UK National Health Service (NHS) clinical trial for treatment of Oral Mucositis

Laser therapy to ease cancer treatment side effects | ITV News

MPH LiTFORM ITV news release Sept 2018

Read more on Photobiomodulation Therapy for reducing severity and duration of oral mucositis.

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Shining a Light on PBM & The Health Care Innovation Ecosystem

By Ms. Hannah M Clark, Global NetGeneration of Youth Cyberjournalist, with support from Dr. Ronnie Lowenstein, Executive Director Global NetGeneration of Youth

NGY Cyberjournalist Hannah Clark being inspired by the passion of Mr. James Carroll, founder and CEO of THOR Medicine.Recently, I was honored to be invited by Dr. Robert Boege, Executive Director of ASTRA to join ASTRA’s Futurist Dr. Ronnie Lowenstein, and serve as a NetGeneration of Youth Cyberjournalist covering a Congressional Briefing held in the Rayburn House Office Building on October 11, 2018 entitled, “Ending Opioid Use: A New Hope”.  The event was co-sponsored by ASTRA, The World Association for Laser Therapy, NetGeneration of Youth, The Optical Society of America, and thirteen other science and medical … Continue reading

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