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The Softcure™ 96 produces an immediate and long lasting pain reduction. The pain reduction increases with multiple treatments. The patient can be mobile while being treated. The treatment can be at home or the work place. The device requires no medical procedure, medical supplies or monitoring. This device can be used on an open wound caused by surgery or trauma. The Softcure™ 96 can treat both acute and chronic pain. The Softcure™ 96 uses coherent true laser light which is 20 times more effective than LED technology. The battery system will administer 8 one hour treatments before needing to be recharged. It uses cool 635nm wave length light which is tuned to the cell’s optimum physiological activity frequency. The Softcure™ 96 is cooler, more comfortable and safer than the other forms of therapy. Because laser therapy has been shown to increase the speed of wound healing by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and because the mechanism of action is now understood it can be claimed that for some conditions the Softcure™ 96 not only reduces pain but also treats the underlying cause of the pain.
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Over the last year 70,700 people died from drug overdose. Why are so many people with no history of drug use becoming addicted to opioids? One of the root causes is the over-prescription of opioids for acute and chronic pain. Although opioids are strong analgesics, they do not provide complete analgesia regardless of whether the pain is acute or chronic in origin. Opioids are efficacious analgesics in chronic malignant pain and modestly effective in nonmalignant pain management. However, there are associated adverse effects, especially during the commencement or change in dose. When opioids are used for prolonged periods drug tolerance, chemical dependency, diversion and addiction may occur.
Nationwide Opioid Crisis
The other major group of analgesics are nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID). The major side effects of NSAIDs are related to their effects on the stomach and bowels (gastrointestinal system). Some 10%-50% of patients are unable to tolerate NSAID treatment because of side effects, including abdominal pain, diarrhea, and upset stomach. Approximately 15% of patients on long-term NSAID treatment develop a peptic ulcer (ulceration of the stomach or duodenum). Even though many of these patients with ulcers do not have symptoms and are unaware of their ulcers, they are at risk of developing serious ulcer complications such as bleeding or perforation of the stomach. Many people have liver or kidney disease and are not able to take NSAIDs. The use of selective NSAIDs designated as selective COX-2 inhibitors have significant cardiovascular and cerebrovascular risks which have limited their utilization.
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