Anodyne Therapy for Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

The Anodyne Therapy System is a patented, FDA-cleared, non-invasive device that uses near-infrared light emitting diodes to safely increase local circulation and reduce pain. Use in thousands of patients and over a million clinical treatments has demonstrated that the Anodyne Therapy System increases microcirculation in patients with DPN, who often have severe vascular impairment.

The results of this improved circulation have been published in several medical journals and include improved sensation and nerve conduction, pain reduction and healing of chronic diabetic ulcers. New data shows that treatment with this therapy can also improve balance and gait and reduce the risk of falls by 96% in the elderly patient with neuropathy.

This is the first therapy program to help patients with the devastating complications of DPN.

To begin Anodyne Therapy, discuss your symptoms with your physician and request a referral to the Physical Therapy Department at Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital.