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1. New Cold Laser Training
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Topics for Therapy by Smart Cold Laser
  1. Headaches & Migraine
  2. Fibromyalgia
  3. Myofascial Pain
  4. Chronic Pain
  5. Entrapment Neuropathies
  6. Tennis Elbow
  7. Plantar Fasciitis
  8. Low Back Pain
  9. Knee & Shoulder Treatment
  10. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  11. Smoking Cessation

Trigger Points for Smart Laser

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  3. Trigger Points for Anxiety & Nervousness
2. Oral ID Training

3. New Hypertension Guideline (Click here)

4. New Cholesterol Guideline (Click here)



OralID Training for Providers

Oral ID in News

OralID Training for Providers (Slide Show)

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Oral Cancer Protocol

OralID Training for Providers

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 Why Oral ID




Oral ID for Early Detection of Oral Cancer



Oral ID for Recommending Early Treatment



Using the Oral ID Device to Screen



More View of Oral ID Use



Connection Between HPV and Oral Cancer

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the fastest growing oral cancer population

  • Three out of 4 people are infected with HPV at some point in their lives
  • Oral HPV increases your risk for oral cancer 50 fold1
  • Any prior infection with HPV-16 increases your risk for oral cancer 9 fold1
  • Having 6 or more oral sex partners makes you 8.6 times more likely to get oral cancer2
  • 60 percent of oropharyngeal cancer is HPV related1
  • 90 percent of HPV+ oral cancers are HPV-161
  • HPV can be transmitted from mother to child

 1 American Cancer Society, Cancer Facts & Figures 2012
 2 Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York (C) 2011


More Educational Videos on Oral ID



Technology  behind  Oral ID




Brief Summary and RIsk Factors to Oral Cancer

INTRODUCTION — Squamous cell carcinoma is the predominant malignancy that occurs in the oral cavity. Minor salivary gland cancers and sarcomas are less common. 



 More than 250,000 cases of oral cavity cancer occur worldwide each year, which cause about 127,000 deaths . Oral cavity tumors often present with local invasion, tissue destruction, and lymph node metastases, but they rarely have distant metastases at the time of presentation.



Tobacco smoking & alcohol use are the principal risk factors for developing oral cancer in the western world. The chewing of betel nut quid is a significant factor in some population.

Oral tobacco use, periodontal disease, radiation, and immune deficiency have also been implicated .

Sun exposure (ultraviolet radiation) is an important cause of squamous cell cancer involving the lip.

Oral tobacco and betel nut quid chewing are important risk factors for buccal mucosa cancers. 

Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is associated with the rising incidence of tonsil and base of tongue cancer in younger adults. These HPV associated tumors do not typically arise in the oral tongue or elsewhere in the oral cavity.




New Hypertension Guideline