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Two New Studies Published on Anodyne Photo-Therapy Demonstrate Significant Pain Reduction in Patients Suffering from Chronic Conditions
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TAMPA, FL – April 17, 2006 - Anodyne Therapy, LLC announced today that two studies involving over 2500 patients have been published on its patented photo-energy treatment device.

A 2239 patient study was published in the March/April issue of Diabetes and Its Complications and showed a 67% reduction in pain in patients with chronic foot and leg pain when Anodyne Therapy was used as part of a comprehensive plan of care. The second study published in the March/April issue of Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics involved 272 patients at 7 facilities and also demonstrated significant pain reduction and improvement in functional outcomes when Anodyne Therapy was used to increase circulation and reduce pain as part of a comprehensive physical therapy program.

“We are very pleased to have a growing pool of data including 11 peer-reviewed studies showing the efficacy of Anodyne Infrared Photo Therapy on over 4000 patients,” said Craig Turtzo, CEO. “This treatment gives clinicians a non-invasive and drug-free tool for increasing circulation and reducing pain, which can have a significant impact on patients’ quality of life.”

Anodyne Therapy treatments are currently available nationwide at more than 4500 outpatient therapy facilities, hospitals, nursing homes, physician offices and home health agencies as part of a comprehensive program to improve functional outcomes for patients suffering from painful, circulatory conditions caused by a number of chronic conditions. Products are also available for convenient home use. For more information, visit www.anodynetherapy.com.