What is Anodyne Therapy?
Anodyne Therapy is an Infrared therapy device that is applied in direct skin contact to any area of the body. Nearly six thousand Anodyne providers offer Anodyne Therapy as part of their care plan for conditions that would benefit from increasing circulation and reducing pain.
What should I expect a treatment to be like?
The Anodyne Therapy sessions will typically be 30-45 minutes. Most patients experience a soothing warmth during Anodyne treatments. However, some experience a tingling sensation or slight discomfort at first. This is a good sign that the blood flow is increasing to the area and should go away after a few treatments. However, if it is too uncomfortable, let your therapist know immediately so they can adjust your treatment protocol.
Is Anodyne Therapy right for me?
If you’ve been diagnosed with pain and poor circulation in your extremities caused by cardiovascular disease, chemotherapy, vitamin deficiencies, metabolic diseases, anemias, or infectious diseases, just to name a few, this comprehensive therapy program may be for you.
If you can answer “yes” to any of the following question, Anodyne Therapy may be able to help you make huge strides in the quality of your life.
Ask your doctor if Anodyne Therapy would be right for you, and experience what a little light can do for your life.
Will I need ongoing treatment?
If you have a chronic condition causing your pain and circulation problems, then your doctor or therapist may recommend home exercises and/or home use of Anodyne therapy to continue your improvement, maintain circulation and provide pain relief.
Should you choose to try Anodyne Therapy, your treatment begins with a personal assessment of the functional difficulties you are experiencing. We will ask what improvements you would like to see, and then recommend a therapy program that is specifically designed to help you reach your individual goals.
Our program, generally 10-12 therapy sessions, may include some or all of the following.
Aquamed Dry Hydrotherapy
ATM (Acute Therapeutic Movement)
Integrative Dry Needling