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Tennis Elbow - NovoTHOR Interview

Posted on July 9, 2019

Paul Harper enjoys his tennis but because of lateral epicondylitis, also known as tennis elbow, he’s had to have a break. Despite several months rest it didn’t improve so he sought medical treatment. His physician recommended cortisone injections or stem cell treatments. Both were unappealing to him because of the pain of the injections and there was no guarantee of success. Paul previously had laser treatment to his arm which helped alleviate his pain so decided on a non-invasive light therapy using the NovoTHOR light pod and a THOR handheld laser. Together the treatments not only eliminated his arm pain but relieved general aches and pains in his body and improved his sleep. Listen to his candid account of how photobiomodulation using red and near-infrared helped get him back on the tennis court.