PainWeek Journal, 2018 Vol. 6 Q
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: a primer from the perspective of the primary care physician.
Click here to read this article (article starts on page 30).
BeatCancer.org, January 2017
Philip Getson, D.O. is a Board Certified Family Physician in practice since 1976 in New Jersey. He is an internationally recognized expert in the diagnosis and treatment of Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy/Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and has lectured extensively on the subject.
Dr. Getson has championed the cause of Thermography for many years. He is enthusiastic about the opportunity to provide quality thermographic imaging and interpretation. Click here to read this article.
What Three Things Do Clinicians Need to Know about Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)?
The Pain Practitioner, December 2016
CRPS is underdiagnosed. Estimates of the number of people diagnosed with CRPS range from 250,000 to 2 million, and it is estimated that at least 50,000 new cases are diagnosed every year. Click here to read this article.
Tdinj.com Offers Upcoming Webinar with Information About How to Help Those with Food Sensitivities
June 2016 – Food sensitivities are an all too common issue that plagues many across the U.S. and the world. In fact, approximately 90 percent of people in the U.S. have a food sensitivity and may not be aware of it.
Thermographic Diagnostic Imaging: A Crystal Ball for Your Health
Natural Awakenings, May 2016
Imagine being able to detect cancer almost eight years before any physical symptoms occur. This may sound farfetched, then there’s the opportunity to intervene in a disease before its diagnosis. With medicine’s advancements over the last decade, it could be that anything is possible, including predicting the future. For Dr. Philip Getson, helping patients see the future has been a passion since 1982. Click here to read this article.
In Praise of Thermography
Interview with Dr. Philip Getson on Fearless Parent
Listen to a discussion with Philip Getson, DO, family physician and board-certified thermologist, to explore the myths and facts surrounding thermography and its potential to fill the void in women’s health. Click here to read this interview.
How to Prevent Breast Problems
For the past three decades, mammography has been the gold standard for breast cancer screening. Unfortunately, mammograms require radiation and pick up too many cases of DCIS (ductal carcinoma in situ). There’s a better way. Join Dr. Northrup and her guest, Dr. Philip Getson, to learn how to create true breast health with thermography! This interview has two parts, click the audio links below to listen.
- Listen to part one:
- Listen to part two:
- The Art & Science of Thermography
October 29, 2014
Click here to read more and to watch the webinar
- Elsie Kerns interviews Dr. Philip and Leisha Getson
Thursday, June 24 2010, 7-8pm E.S.T.
Webcast Replay Available Here
- Breast Cancer and Thermography
The Green Tea with Marilee Show, May 1, 2009
- KYW Channel 3 News (CBS)
- Cable News Channel 8
- NBC Channel 10 News
- NBC40.net, Health Update with Robin Stoloff, 6/11/2010; Dr. Getson explains his T.M.R. device (one of only 5 in the country) for pain treatment.
- Discover Health Through Awareness
Reprint of article that appeared Sunday, March 21, 2010 in My Community TREND, Moorestown, Cherry Hill, Haddonfield and Haddonfield Heights editions.
- Physician Favors Thermography over Mammograms
Chestnut Hill Local, March 4, 2010
- Update on Low-dose Ketamine Infusions
- Jewish Times of New Jersey, January 1, 2010
- The Use of Thermography in the Diagnosis of CRPS: A Physician’s Opinion
The Pain Practitioner, The Journal of the American Academy of Pain Management,
vol. 16, no 1, 2006
- Overview of Ketamine Infusion Therapy
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