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Digital Smart-Laser Pain Relief Device

Willow Curve Chiro Bundle

Willow Curve Chiro Bundle

This product bundle includes one recertified Willow Curve Low-Level Laser Therapy Unit (to use in your practice) and one brand-new Willow Curve (for retail sale to patient).

Suggested strategies for use:

  • Use a Willow Curve in your office while patients wait; charge a reimbursable. (Pain relief starts in as little as 12 minutes.)
  • Use Willow Curve therapy in addition to other protocols. Charge a reimbursable.
  • Send a Willow Curve home with patients for them to use and maintain their improvement. Charge a reimbursable.

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The Willow Curve Digital Smart Laser

World's First Smart Laser for Pain

For patients suffering from chronic pain or joint mobility issues, the Willow Curve digital smart laser can provide welcome relief. Patients who have been disappointed in other pain relief products often find relief – and an improved quality of life – by performing at-home treatments with the Willow Curve.

This Extra Strength Digital Pain Reliever offers a non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical solution to pain. It can be used multiple times each day as needed, with no side effects.

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What is the Willow Curve?

The Willow Curve is a portable, low-level laser designed to help temporarily reduce joint pain and inflammation. This digital pain relief device is easy to use, has no side effects, and does not require any recovery time. Light and portable, this U-shaped device can be placed on many different joints for relief of swelling and discomfort. An adjustable Velcro® strap holds the unit securely in place for each 24-minute treatment.

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Incorporating the Willow Curve in Your Practice

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Its effectiveness on neck pain – whether from muscle strain, arthritis or inflammation – makes the Willow Curve a perfect addition to any chiropractic clinic. The neck pain relief it provides can also help alleviate or prevent related issues such as tension headaches, muscular headaches, migraine headaches, and occipital myospastic headaches, as well as back pain.

Be sure to include the Willow Curve among your retail pain relief items, and recommend it as an alternative pain treatment for your patients, especially patients who can’t find sufficient pain relief through topical products.

Alternately, consider creating a rental program for patients. Perhaps you treat patients with a specific injury who could benefit from a short-term (30-day) treatment cycle. A rental program is a great way to quickly pay off the unit and generate residual revenue.

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Willow Curve features/benefits

How the Willow Curve Works

The Willow Curve has diagnostic sensors that gather information from the skin’s surface. The unit’s internal computer then uses the body’s responses to determine the algorithm that will deliver the optimal treatment.

Once treatment begins, the unit’s combination of laser light and heat energies stimulates more than a dozen bio-physiological processes in the affected area, including:

  • Vasodilation and stimulated processes within the cells to increase circulation and clear away debris faster.
  • Increased lymphatic flow and immune system response to aid in detoxification and reduce swelling.
  • Reduced production of new inflammatory cells.
  • Multiple processes that reduce the perception of pain, including: slower nerve response time; release of endorphins; and blocking of specific pain receptors.

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Ditch the Pain

Pain can keep your patients from doing the things they love to do most and limit their ability to be their best. The Willow Curve provides high-tech laser therapy for joint pain relief.

 
 

Pain and Conditions the Willow Curve Treats

The Willow Curve can be used to treat muscle and joint pain in the neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee, and foot, as well as headaches and non-acute conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, general joint pain, toxic joint syndrome, psoriatic arthritis, and fibromyalgia.

Common Pain Areas that Willow Curve treats

Things to Remember

  1. The Willow Curve brings a drug-free, intelligent approach to pain management. The Willow Curve Smart Laser combines over 150 bio-sensory and bio-therapeutic components into a single smart digital device for pain.
  2. It uses a complex mathematical algorithm to deliver: i) customized Dynamic Photonic energy, and ii) Dynamic thermokinetic formulation to the tissue to help temporarily relieve pain by stimulating your body's ability to regenerate and heal. Part of that process stimulates 15 of your body's own biologic reactions, which help produce pain relief. The energy is delivered in both the visible and invisible spectrums.
  3. To be successful you must commit to using your Curve twice a day for the first 30 days. Just relax and enjoy the treatment. Favorable results accumulate with regular use. Measure your improvement.
  4. For maximum benefit, you must treat each joint for the full 25 minute treatment session. Results are cumulative. Use as needed.
  5. Make the Curve a part of your daily life and improve your chances to reduce pain, improve joint function and enjoy your activities.
  6. These treatment lessons are intended for education purposes. Call us at (800) 257-4505 if we can help.

How to Treat the Neck

  1. Note the degree of movement in your neck, side to side and up and down.
  2. Apply the Curve to the back of your neck. Hold in place with undergarment strap or under a t-shirt.
  3. Relax and treat with Mode 2.
  4. Note the degree of movement in your neck side to side and up and down to evaluate your improvement.
  5. Repeat steps 1-4 again in approximately 10-12 hours.
  6. Try treating with Mode 5, which has neurologic programming that may give you additional relief. It can be used in sequence with Mode 2 or by itself.
Willow Curve treatment of the neck

How to Treat the Shoulder

  1. Check the range of mobility of your shoulder by extending your arm from the side, then to the front, then to the ceiling. Note the amount of elevation achieved until the first tightness or pain. Record your findings.
  2. Position the Curve over the most tender area of the shoulder. It may be secured in place with undergarment straps or a t-shirt.
  3. Treat with Mode 2.
  4. If symptoms persist, position yourself on your back with your arm extended over your head.
    • Place the Curve under the arm (see Axilla underarm illustration)
    • Treat using Mode 2.
    • If the area is too sensitive use Mode 4.
    • If your condition responds, you may substitute Mode 4 in Step #3 above.
  5. Move the Curve to the back of your neck (see Cervical illustration). It may be secured in place with undergarment strap or a t-shirt.
  6. Treat with Mode 2.
  7. Recheck your shoulder mobility.
  8. Repeat the same sequence about 10-12 hours later or as needed.
Willow Curve treatment of the shoulder

How to Treat the Elbow and Forearm

  1. Check elbow performance.
    • Note the range of elbow joint mobility and pain.
    • Test what seems to produces your pain. Do some activities that cause discomfort. For example, flex and extend the elbow, rotate your hand palm down and palm up, shake hands or turn a door knob or a key.
  2. Position the Curve over the most tender area of the elbow.
    • Drape it over the outside of the elbow. Position the Curve upside down on a pillow and place your elbow in the Curve with the inside or outside touching the treatment surface. You can also flex your elbow and place it in a Curve positioned upside down on a pillow.
  3. Treat with Mode 2.
  4. Immediately follow with Mode 5 treatment.

ALTERNATIVE APPROACH: If there is no improvement, try also treating the back of the neck as described below. If this provides relief, incorporate the neck treatment with the direct treatment of the elbow.

  1. Move the Curve to the back of the neck and treat with Mode 2.
  2. Follow immediately with Mode 5 and recheck your elbow performance.

Repeat the entire sequence that provided relief. Consider treating the opposite side of the elbow with Mode 2 and Mode 5 about 10-12 hours later.

Note: Elbow joints may involve nerve injury. You may see slow but steady progress, and it may take 90 days to become pain free.

Willow Curve treatment of the elbow and forearm

How to Treat the Wrist

  1. Check wrist performance.
    • Note the range of wrist joint mobility and pain.
    • Flex, rotate and extend your wrist.
    • Hold a moderately heavy object.
    • Test what seems to produce your pain.
  2. Position the Curve over the most tender area of the wrist.
    • Drape it over the outside of the wrist, or
    • Position the Curve upside down on a pillow and lay your wrist in the Curve with the inside or outside touching the treatment surface.
  3. Treat with Mode 2.
  4. Immediately follow with Mode 5 treatment.
  5. Recheck your wrist performance.
  6. Repeat the same sequence. Consider treating the opposite side of the wrist with Mode 2 and Mode 5 about 10-12 hours later.

ALTERNATIVE APPROACH:If there is no improvement, try also treating the back of the neck as described below. If this provides relief, incorporate the neck treatment with the direct treatment of the wrist.

  1. Move the Curve to the back of the neck.
  2. Treat with Mode 2.
  3. Follow immediately with Mode 5.
Willow Curve treatment of the wrist

How to Treat the Hand and Fingers

  1. Check hand/finger performance
    • Open/close the hand and note mobility and pain.
    • Flex, extend the fingers, make a fist and note the pain and tightness.
    • Compare right to left and note size and swelling difference in your hands and fingers.
    • Test what produces your pain.
  2. Position the Curve over the most tender area of fingers/hand.
    • Drape it over the the top of the hand. Position the Curve upside down on a pillow and place your hand/fingers in the Curve with the skin touching the treatment surface.
  3. Treat with Mode 2.
  4. Turn your hand/fingers to the other side.
  5. Treat with Mode 2.
  6. If symptoms persist follow immediately with Mode 5.
  7. Recheck your performance.
  8. Repeat the hand treatment sequence about 10-12 hours later.
Willow Curve treatment of the hand/finger

How to Treat the Knee

  1. Check your knee performance using the Willow treatment icons below.
  2. Position yourself in a recliner, bed or couch with your knee elevated at or above the hip level.
  3. Place the Curve on the center of the lower leg on bare skin under the knee joint OR just below the knee cap without the strap. Treat with Mode 2.
  4. Repeat immediately with Mode 2.
  5. If symptoms persist, turn the Curve upside down and position your knee in the Curve.
  6. Treat with Mode 2 and repeat if needed. If this provides best results, use this area as your primary treatment site.
  7. Repeat the sequence again in approximately 12 hours.
  8. Recheck performance to evaluate your progress.
Willow Curve treatment of the knee

How to Treat the Ankle, Foot, and/or the Achilles

  1. Check your foot/ankle performance and symptoms, and test what movements and positions produce your pain. Try movement up and down, with and without weight bearing, and identify tender areas.
  2. Position yourself in a recliner chair, bed or couch and drape the Curve over the top of the ankle/foot. Padding under the foot will help with a better fit. Position the Curve upside down on a pillow on the floor or against a pillow on a recliner, bed or couch.
    • Place the tender part of your foot/ankle in the Curve with the maximum surface area touching the treatment surface. Lie on your back or side to get the most comfortable fit and most surface area contact.
    • To treat the Achilles tendon, place the Curve upside down and rest the back of your ankle on the treatment surface.
  3. Treat with Mode 2.
  4. Immediately repeat with Mode 2.
  5. If symptom persists, treat with Mode 5.
  6. Reposition foot to treat additional painful areas.
Willow Curve treatment of the ankle, foot, and or achilles

How to Treat Your Foot and Toes

  1. Check your foot performance and symptoms and test what movements and positions produce your pain. Try movement up, down, with and without weight bearing and identify tender areas.
  2. Position the Curve by:
    • Position yourself in a recliner chair, bed or couch and drape the Curve over the top of the foot. Padding under the foot will help with a better fit. Position the Curve upside down on a pillow on the floor or against a pillow on a recliner, bed or couch.
    • Place the tender part of your foot in the Curve with the maximum surface area touching the treatment surface. Lie on your back or side to get the most comfortable fit and most surface area contact.
  3. Treat with Mode 2.
  4. Immediately repeat with Mode 2.
  5. If symptom persists, treat with Mode 5.
  6. Reposition your foot to treat additional painful areas.
  7. Recheck your foot performance and symptoms about 10-12 hours later; repeat the foot treatment sequence.
Willow Curve treatment of the foot and toes

How to Treat Plantar Fasciitis

  1. Check your foot performance and symptoms and test what movements and positions produce your pain. Try movement up and down, with and without weight bearing, and identify tender areas.
  2. Position the Curve:
    • Position yourself in a recliner chair, bed or couch and drape the Curve over the top of the foot.
    • Padding under the foot will help with a better fit. Position the Curve upside down on a pillow on the floor or against a pillow on a recliner, bed, or couch. Place the tender part of your foot in the Curve with the maximum surface area touching the treatment surface.
    • Lie on your back or side to get the most comfortable fit and most surface area contact.
  3. Treatment with the Curve:
    • Treat with Mode 2.
    • Immediately repeat Mode 2 treatment.
  4. If symptoms persist, treat with Mode 5.
  5. Reposition your foot to treat additional painful areas.
  6. Recheck your foot performance and symptoms about 10-12 hours later, repeat the foot treatment sequence.

NOTE: You can also might want to consider multiple back-to-back Mode 5 treatment sessions, as this mode is designed for nerve conditions.

Willow Curve treatment of plantar fasciitis

How to Treat Shingles (Herpes Zoster) of the Body

  1. Identify lesions, tender or abnormal feeling areas. In order to treat these areas, they must fit under the Curve so the treatment surface touches the skin.
  2. Position yourself in a recliner chair, bed, or couch.
  3. Choose the most bothersome area to treat. Areas that fit well and that are frequently affected might be the forehead, neck, shoulder, arms, thigh, and legs.
  4. Drape the Curve over the area or rest the affected area in the Curve.
  5. Padding under an area often helps in a better fit and comfort.
  6. You can lie on your back or side to get the most comfortable fit and most surface area contact.
  7. Treat with Mode 5.
  8. If symptoms persist, treat immediately with Mode 5.
  9. Reposition the Curve to treat additional affected areas.
  10. Approximately 10-12 hours later, repeat treatment sequence.
Willow Curve treatment of shingles

How to Treat Neurotherapy of the Foot and Leg

  1. Check your foot performance and symptoms. Test what movements and positions produce your pain. Try movement up and down, with and without weight bearing, and check tender spots.
  2. Position yourself in a recliner chair, bed or couch. For initial treatment select the top or bottom of the foot.
    • Tip: Choose the most bothersome area to treat first.
    • For the top of the foot: Drape the Curve over the top of the foot. Padding under the foot will help with a better fit.
    • For the bottom of the foot: Position the Curve upside down on a pillow on the floor or against a pillow on a recliner, bed or couch and place the tender part of your foot in the Curve with the maximum surface area touching the treatment surface. Lie on your back or side to get the most comfortable fit and most surface area contact.
  3. Treat with Mode 5.
  4. Follow immediately with Mode 2 treatment.
  5. If Mode 5 gives you more relief, do additional sessions with Mode 5.
  6. Reposition foot to treat additional painful areas.
  7. Recheck your foot performance and symptoms. About 10-12 hours later, repeat the treatment sequence. You may find that treating with Mode 5 gives more relief as Mode 5 is designed for nerve related conditions (you can do multiple treatments back to back).

Please note: Neuropathy is a condition that if it responds, usually does so slowly and will require persistent and prolonged treatment.

Willow Curve treatment of neurotherapy

Clinical Trials & Studies

Yes, the Willow Curve has been tested in double-blind studies. And, yes, it has been proven effective. Although we continue to test our science to increase its effectiveness, various studies have been conducted over the years to prove (and improve) the effectiveness of the Willow Curve.

Summary of Latest Clinical Trial

Published in 2013, four doctors from the University of Toledo College of Medicine in Toledo, Ohio, conducted a double-blind study to measure the effectiveness of the Willow Curve (formerly the WilloMD). The details of the study may be found attached hereto, along with the below-referenced journal abstract. To quote the publication: “Overall, the device statistically outperformed the sham form (p=0.04) with regard to the degree of angle flexion tolerated before pain perception, with the fully-active device (thermal kinetic only) borderline outperforming the sham device. The most consistently improved outcomes occurred with the use of the fully-activated device compared with the partially-activated devices, suggesting that there may be some synergistic benefit arising from the combined modalities (ie, thermal kinetic plus photonic energies).”

Clinical Evaluation of a Noninvasive Technology for the Treatment of Chronic Joint Symptoms

(Bachmann, Chelucci, et al, 2013, Orthopedic Research and Reviews).

Abstract: A device that emits thermal kinetic energy and photonic energy has been developed for the treatment of chronic knee pain. We conducted a clinical trial pilot study in which 69 patients with chronic knee pain were randomly allocated to one of four treatment groups with approximately 17 patients per group. One group was treated with the operational device; a second group was treated with the device emitting only thermal kinetic energy; a third group was treated with the device configured to emit only photonic energy; and the fourth group was treated with a complete sham device. Several parameters (e.g., number of steps climbed, knee circumferences, pain rank during flexion, and flexion angle achieved prior to pain perception) were assessed immediately prior to treatment and immediately after the application of a 25-minute treatment under fully blinded conditions. Analysis of variance with the Tukey multiple comparisons procedure was used for comparing treatment results. The fully or partially activated device was superior to the sham device in patients with chronic knee pain. The results suggest that this device may have benefit for patients with chronic knee pain, and that larger, more robust studies of the device are warranted.

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