Fort Smith, AR (PRWEB) December 7, 2007
AIR HEALTHCARE of Fort Smith, Arkansas, investigates new frontiers for the treatment of HPV (genital warts) and HZV (Shingles) utilizing Phototherapy. Air Healthcare spokesperson Molly Kirbo says "this newest phototherapy treatment even shows promise with psoriasis and actinic keratosis. We have been treating HSV1 and HSV2 in our practice for years. With the introduction of phototherapy for herpes and the promise of additional uses for the protocol we expect to see continued marvelous results. I have been with the company for over three years now and I love how the owners strive to be the first to conquer, implement and offer the 'newest' medical concepts here in our clinic; anything to help improve the health and daily lives of our patients.
"We have done extensive research and clinical testing on almost every herpes protocol suggested inside and outside of the medical community. We have found some tremendous alternative protocols for a malady of afflictions, but nothing as amazing as what I have found after incorporating the Phototherapy protocol for our herpes patients into our practice about a year ago. We now utilize this therapy as a standard of care."
She stated that "Every doctor that has attempted to treat the pain associated with Herpes Zoster will agree that one of the nemesis of modern medicine is post herpetic neuralgia (pain after the Herpes Zoster lesions are gone); the Phototherapy protocol offers a miracle in the form of immediate relief of this debilitating pain. You can't imagine how comforting it is to tell patients that we can discard their various narcotic pain relievers after a simple application of the Phototherapy protocol for Shingles (herpes zoster). I can now tell our patients that Cold Sores, Fever Blisters, Genital Herpes, Genital Warts and Shingles can be resolved immediately with the use of the Phototherapy protocol here in our office. Nothing in the conventional medical arsenal of pharmaceuticals and surgery can offer the immediate relief of symptoms and expedited healing that the Phototherapy protocol gives my patients."
Air Healthcare has done clinical trials and helped develop alternative protocols for the treatment of psoriasis for the last 30 years. About a year ago we began exploring the possible effects of a modified Phototherapy protocol for the treatment of psoriasis. "I, as well as our patients , are elated with the results. We have treated 15 or so patients in the last year with this new Phototherapy protocol and are astounded at the immediate relief offered to the patient. They have remained in continued remission now in some cases for over a year. The treatment to the patient is painless and no side effects have been noted. We intend to publish our results in the near future and invite additional clinicians to join our investigation."
Another frontier currently being investigated by Air Healthcare is the treatment of pre-cancerous lesions on the skin (actinic keratosis). "We are just beginning to investigate utilizing another modified Phototherapy protocol for the treatment of actinic keratosis. The results thus far are very promising. The concept of energy medicine and natural cures are far and away better than the pharmaceutical approach."
For additional information on the current clinical trials and investigational work done here at the A.I.R. Healthcare clinic you can contact us at (866) 646-2475, fax your questions to (479) 646-5247, e-mail us at email@example.com, or visit us at http://www.airhealthcare.com. We are always here for you.
For additional information regarding the phototherapy protocol you can visit their website at Phototherapyforherpes.com.
# # #