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Tunnel carpien


Blessures sportives

Un nouveau traitement pour les blessures sportives Peu importe si vous jouez au soccer le week-end ou au hockey sur glace pour une ligue professionnelle, les blessures sportives sont un risque calculé pour les athlètes. Traditionnellement, le traitement des blessures variaient selon le type et la gravité de la blessure. Ce n’est plus nécessairement le cas aujourd’hui, puisqu’un nouveau traitement pour ces blessures sportives offre la possibilité d’un traitement universel : quelque soit le type de blessure. Par ailleurs, les résultats de ce nouveau traitement surviennent à la vitesse de la lumière. La thérapie au laser accélère le processus de guérison La thérapie au laser utilise la lumière concentrée d’un laser pour accélérer le processus de guérison. Elle est encore très peu répandue chez les spécialistes de la gestion de la douleur, y compris les chiropraticiens, les physiothérapeutes, les chirurgiens orthopédiques et les thérapeutes du sport. Bien que relativement nouveau, les résultats cliniques de cette nouvelle thérapie ont été si impressionnants que les docteurs qui ont recours à la thérapie au laser ne peuvent que louanger ses vertus. Le laser peut accélérer la guérison du corps de plus de 10 fois son taux normal. Le laser doux agit au niveau […]

Noninvasive laser neurolysis in carpal tunnel syndrome

Weintraub MI, MD, FACP Department of Neurology, Phelps Memorial Hospital, Briarcliff Manor, New York 10510, USA. PMID: 9236795 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] Muscle Nerve (1997) 20:1029-1031.   The peripheral nervous system is photosensitive, the scientific rationale for this study which determines the efficacy and safety to laser light exposure in 30 cases with CTS. Nine joules of energy over 5 points (7-15 treatments) reversed CTS in 77% of cases with three-fold normalization of CMAP. A photobiologic response was seen in 80%. This unique and novel approach is cost-effective and has a role in future management of CTS.

Laser’s effect on bone and cartilage change induced by joint immobilization: an experiment with animal model.

Akai M, Usuba M, Maeshima T, Shirasaki Y, Yasuoka S Lasers Surg Med. 1997. 21(5): 480-4.   The influence of low-level (810 nm) laser on bone and cartilage during joint immobilization was examined. The hind limbs of 42 young Wistar rats were immobilized at the knee joint. They were sorted into three groups 1 wk after operation; irradiance 3.9 W/cm2, 5.8 W/cm2, and sham treatment. After 6 treatments for another 2 weeks both hind legs were prepared for 1) indentation of the articular surface of the knee (stiffness and loss tangent), and for 2) dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (bone mineral density) of the focused regions. The indentation test revealed preservation of articular cartilage stiffness with 3.9 and 5.8 W/cm2 therapy. Low level laser treatment may possibly prevent biomechanical changes by immobilization.

Article by Dr. Paul J. Silbert Featuring ML830®

Attached is a link to an article featuring the ML830®, published by Meridian HealthViews Magazine. To view the article “Surgery-Free Treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome” click on the link below:      

Treatment of medial and lateral epicondylitis – tennis and golfer’s elbow – with LLLT: a multicenter double blind, placebo-controlled clinical study on 324 patients.

Simunovic Z, Trobonjaca T, Trobonjaca Z Laser Center, Locarno, Switzerland. PMID: 9743652 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] Journal of Clinical Laser Medicine and Surgery (Jun 1998) 16(3):145-151.   LLLT has been promoted as a highly successful method for treating medial and lateral epicondylitis. This clinical study assessed the efficacy of LLLT using trigger points (TPs) and scanner application techniques under placebo-controlled conditions. The study was completed at two Laser Centers in Locarno, Switzerland and Opatija, Croatia: a double-blind, placebo controlled, crossover clinical study. The patient population (n=324), with either medial epicondylitis (Golfer’s elbow; n=50) or lateral epicondylitis (Tennis elbow; n=274), was recruited. Unilateral cases of either type of epicondylitis (n=283) were randomly allocated to one of three treatment groups according to the LLLT technique applied: (1) Trigger points; (2) Scanner; (3) Combination Treatment (i.e., TPs and scanner technique). Laser devices used to perform these treatments were infrared (IR) diode laser (GaAIAs) 830 nm continuous wave for treatment of TPs and He-Ne 632.8 nm combined with IR diode laser 904 nm, pulsed wave for scanner technique. Energy doses were controlled and measured in Joules/cm2 either during TPs or scanner technique sessions in all groups of patients. The treatment outcome (pain […]