REFLUX DIAGNOSED.

Thomas Ball, PhD

Thomas is the VP of Clinical Affairs with more than 10 years experience with Restech. He has a background in sleep medicine and holds a PhD in History of Political Thought.
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Restech | Mederi-RF South African and Namibian Distribution Agreement

2/21/19 2:07 PM / by Thomas Ball, PhD posted in pH testing, Stretta Therapy

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Restech | Mederi-RF is pleased to announce that Restech diagnostic testing has come to South Africa and Namibia through a distribution agreement with Tactus Trading (PTY) LTD. 

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Restech | Mederi-RF Welcomes Expanded Distribution in Italy

2/18/19 11:27 AM / by Thomas Ball, PhD posted in news

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Continuing our rapid growth in 2019, Restech | Mederi-RF is pleased to announce a distribution agreement with Innovamedica S.P.A.

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New Year’s Resolution: Get my Reflux Under Control!

1/3/19 2:36 PM / by Thomas Ball, PhD posted in Laryngopharyngeal reflux, Stretta Therapy, PPI's

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After a busy holiday season, many of us start the new year wondering what we can do to resolve our reflux. Overindulgence in food and drink during prolonged periods of sitting can backfire with heartburn and other reflux related symptoms.

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Is LPR Prevalent Among Patients with COPD?

11/21/18 1:14 PM / by Thomas Ball, PhD posted in COPD

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As we come together this month to celebrate National COPD Awareness and World COPD Day, it’s worth remembering the complexities that COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder) can bring to other diagnoses, especially GERD (Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease) and LPR (Laryngo-Pharyngeal Reflux).

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Reflux Diagnosed. Reflux Treated.

Our blog articles aim to answer your questions about diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to reflux disease. Restech's pH system provides real-time pH data to help physicians develop the most targeted reflux treatment plan possible. Our new Stretta therapy is an effective alternative to anti-reflux surgery or implanted devices. It has been shown to reduce dependency on PPIs and improve reflux-related quality of life. 

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