Cold Laser is an effective therapy that is pain free and does not damage the skin. It can relive muscular and nerve pain, inflammations, etc. In the last 35 yrs, Cold Lasers have been used in clinical practice. There have been over 2,500 studies and published scientific papers. Since 1985 it has been widely used in Europe, Asia and now in US. Doctors around the world apply Cold Lasers to injuries, wounds and many other conditions to improve soft tissue healing and relieve both acute and chronic pain. Additionally, this process increases the speed, quality and tensile strength of tissue repair by increasing the blood supply to the affected area. It also stimulates the immune system and nerve function, develops collagen and muscle tissue, helps generate new healthy cells and tissue and promotes faster wound healing and clot formation. Cold Laser is not damaging to tissue cells and is safe. The therapy is precise, accurate, easy to administer; and offers a safe and effective treatment for a wide variety of conditions. In addition to using the therapeutic Laser in problem areas such as the shoulder, hip and neck, I may use the laser in very specific points on the body referred to as: “Laser Acupuncture”. Laser Acupuncture is when Therapeutic Laser is directed toward acupuncture point(s) to treat specific symptom(s) instead of using needles.
|Acupuncture: $65||Herbs in Bottle: $10-$15||B-12 injection: $25|
|Laser: $65||Custom Blend: $35-$45||Point Injection Therapy: $35||E-Static: $65||Herbal Consultation: $20|
What is a Cold Laser Therapy?
Note, the term “Cold Laser” is used by many to differentiate it from the surgical lasers(hot). Its correct name is Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT, Class III). In this page I will simply refer to it as Cold Laser.
Cold Laser’s light is compressed light of a wavelength (Visible and/or Infrared light) part of ElectroMagnetic spectrum. It is different from natural light in that it is one precise color; it is coherent (it travels in a straight line), monochromatic (a single wavelength) and polarized (it concentrates its beam in a defined location or spot). These properties allow laser light in the cold (red) spectrum to penetrate the surface of the skin with no heating effect, no damage to the skin and no known side effects..
Why haven’t you heard about Therapeutic Laser?
(Few Med. Practitioners know what to look for in a laser and end up buying lasers that have limited therapeutic effect)
What can I expect during a treatment?
You will be asked to remove your clothing from the area to be treated. The laser light is able to penetrate deeper on bare skin. You will also be given a pair of protective eye goggles to wear during treatment. Then simply get comfortable and relax during your treatment.
What will I feel during the treatment?
When the Laser is administered, all you will feel is the laser probe coming in contact with your skin. There is no pain or any kind of discomfort.
How does it work (heal)?
The laser causes photochemical reactions in the cells and increases production of cellular metabolism (ATP). This expedites cell repair & enhances cell regeneration and furthermore, stimulates immune, lymphatic and vascular systems. The Influences are: one cell- -> many cells- -> systemic). The net result as shown in clinical studies is a reduction in pain, inflammation, edema and an overall reduction in healing time.
How does the laser reduces pain & inflammation?
How much will treatment(s) cost?
Initial Consultation and Treatment (1- 1.5 hrs) $65
All subsequent visits (30 – 45 min.) $65
$10 if combined w/ Acupuncture
Conditions most often treated?
Most pain related problems can be treated, plus other conditions. As reported in the Science Channel (Ultimate Guide) : “ Billy Schwer lost bid for the championship (boxing). His skin let him down (was cut above both eye brows). Billy has tried to overcome his skin lack of collagen, by enriching his diet with collagen building substance, and by undergoing Laser treatment by making his skin stronger. It appears to be working; Billy has not been cut in the last four fights.”
What if I am currently under a physician care (MD)?
Laser Therapy is complementary to western medicine. If you are under a Medical Doctor’s (MD) care, you should continue for as long as your MD deems it necessary, and continue to take all prescribed medication.
Colds and Flu
Reflex Symp. Dys
Low Back Pain
Bursitis / Tendonitis
Carpal Tunnel Synd.
Neck & Shoulder Pain
Sprains and Strains
Chronic Fatigue Synd.