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Low Dose Radiation Therapy for Osteoarthritis

Low dose radiotherapy is a minimally used treatment modality for osteoarthritis in the United States, despite its use in other countries. Recent studies conducted outside of the US have shown radiotherapy to provide patients with long-term pain relief and improved mobility. Researchers from the Vanderbilt

Radiotherapy for Plantar Fasciitis

In this webinar done by GenesisCare UK, Dr. Richard Shaffer overviews radiation therapy as a treatment modality, specifically in the use of treating Plantar Fasciitis.

Radiotherapy for Keloids

In this video, Dr. Rei Ogawa provides an overview of radiation therapy for keloids and of real cases he has treated using radiation therapy. This presentation was part of the 2021 clinical symposia, Radiotherapy for Benign Conditions, hosted by Xstrahl.

Dupuytren’s Contracture Treatment Options

What is Dupuytren’s contracture? Dupuytren’s contracture is a benign skin condition that first presents as bumps or nodules under the skin of the palm, which start to take on a dimpled appearance. These nodules or bumps can be seen and felt and are sometimes sensitive