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Thermographic study of Low Level Laser Therapy for Acute-Phase Injury

Yoshimi Asagai, M.D.1, Atsuhiro Imakiire, M.D.2, Toshio Ohshiro, M.D.3, 1. Shinano Handicapped Children`s Hospital Shimosuwa, Nagano, Japan 2. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Tokyo Medical University Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan 3. Japan Medical Laser Laboratory, Shinanomachi, Tokyo, Japan Presentation at World Association of Laser Therapy annual conference in Athens,Greece. 2000.   Acute-phase injury is generally treated by localized cooling of the region, and rarely by the active use of low level laser therapy (LLLT) in Japan. Thermographic studies of acute-phase injury revealed that circulatory disturbances at the site of trauma occurred due to swelling and edema on the day following the injury, and that skin temperature was high at the site of the trauma and low at the periphery. Following LLLT, circulatory disturbances rapidly improved, while temperature in the high temperature zone around the site of trauma fell by 3 degrees on the average, but at the periphery the low temperature rose by 3 degrees on the average to nearly normal skin temperature. Clinically, swelling and edema improved. LLLT was also useful in treating necrosis of the skin in the wound area and in accelerating healing of surgical wounds of paralytic feet, which are prone to delayed, wound healing and also wounds […]

Laser and Sports Medicine in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

Junichiro Kubota M.D. Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Kyorin University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan. Abstract from II Congress of the Internat. Assn for Laser and Sports Medicine, Rosario, Argentina, March 10-12, 2000.   Flap survival with diode laser therapy: Skin flap or graft surgery are major procedures in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Skin flap necrosis has been a problem for us. The author reported on the enhanced blood flow following the low reactive laser therapy in skin flaps. The 830 nm diode laser (20 – 60 mw) irradiated flaps showed a greater perfusion, a greater number of blood vessels, and a higher rate of survival areas than the control flaps in the rat models and clinical cases. Improvement of wound healing with diode laser therapy: The diode laser therapy was indicated for traumatic skin ulcers received from sport activities and traffic accidents which had proved resistant to conservative treatment. The diode laser system has a wavelength of 830 nm. and output power of 150or 1000mw in continuous wave. The diode laser was applied with the non-contact method to the area on the wound for one minute once a day every day during the treatment period. The diode laser […]

La douleur du syndrome du tunnel carpien traitée avec le laser doux et la stimulation nerveuse à microampère transcutané: une étude contrôlée

Ce nouveau traitement conservateur (laser doux) est efficace dans le traitement de la douleur du syndrome du tunnel carpien.  Carpal tunnel syndrome pain treated with low-level laser and microamperes transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation: a controlled study  Naeser MA, Hahn K-AK, Lieberman BE, Branco KF PMID: 12098159 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2002 Jul;83(7):978-88   Objective: To investigate whether real or sham low-level laser therapy (LLLT) plus microamperes transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation (TENS) applied to acupuncture points significantly reduces pain in carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Design: Randomized, double-blind, placebo-control, crossover trial. Patients and staff administered outcome measures blinded. Setting: Outpatient, university-affiliated Department of Veterans Affairs medical center. Participants: Eleven mild to moderate CTS cases (nerve conduction study, clinical examination) who failed standard medical or surgical treatment for 3 to 30 months. Intervention: Patients received real and sham treatment series (each for 3[ndash ]4wk), in a randomized order. Real treatments used red-beam laser (continuous wave, 15mW, 632.8nm) on shallow acupuncture points on the affected hand, infrared laser (pulsed, 9.4W, 904nm) on deeper points on upper extremity and cervical paraspinal areas, and microamps TENS on the affected wrist. Devices were painless, noninvasive, and produced no sensation whether they were […]

Le succès de la gestion des employées de bureau avec des traumatismes liés au stress répétitif ou le syndrome du tunnel carpien par une nouvelle modalité de traitement – le laser doux

Le laser a rapidement atténué la douleur et les picotements dans les bras, les mains et les doigts  et a diminué la douleur le long des apophyses épineuses impliquées. Successful management of female office workers with “repetitive stress injury” or “carpal tunnel syndrome” by a new treatment modality–application of low level laser. Wong E, Lee G, Zucherman J, Mason DT. Western Heart Institute, St. Mary’s Medical Center, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA. Int J Clin Pharmacol Ther. 1995 Apr;33(4):208-11. PMID: 7620690 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]   Female office workers with desk jobs who are incapacitated by pain and tingling in the hands and fingers are often diagnosed by physicians as “repetitive stress injury” (RSI) or “carpal tunnel syndrome” (CTS). These patients usually have poor posture with their head and neck stooped forward and shoulders rounded; upon palpation, they have pain and tenderness at the spinous processes C5-T1 and the medial angle of the scapula. In 35 such patients we focused the treatment primarily at the posterior neck area and not the wrists and hands. A low level laser (100 mW) was used and directed at the tips of the spinous processes C5-T1. The laser rapidly alleviated the pain and […]

Effet du laser doux pour la polyarthrite rhumatoïde pour les patients atteints de du syndrome du tunnel carpien

En conséquence, nous suggérons que la thérapie au laser doux peut être utilisé comme une bonne méthode alternative de traitement des patients ayant une arthrite rhumatoïde qui souffrent également du syndrome du tunnel carpien. Effect of low level laser therapy in rheumatoid arthritis patients with carpal tunnel syndrome Ekim A, Armagan O, Tascioglu F, Oner C, Colak M. Osmangazi University, Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Eskisehir, Turkey. PMID: 17629805 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] Swiss Med Wkly. 2007 Jun 16;137(23-24):347-52   OBJECTIVE: the aim of the present study was to evaluate the efficacy of low level laser therapy (LLLT) in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). MATERIAL AND METHODS: a total of 19 patients with the diagnosis of CTS in 19 hands were included and randomly assigned to two treatment groups; LLLT (Group 1) (10 hands) with dosage 1.5 J/ per point and placebo laser therapy group (Group 2) (9 hands). A Galium-Aluminum-Arsenide diode laser device was used as a source of low power laser with a power output of 50 mW and wavelength of 780 nm. All treatments were applied once a day on week days for a total period of 10 days. Clinical […]