Available now in America – cleared by the FDA. A well-established procedure in Europe and Asia, laser therapy has been used for many years for chronic pain syndromes and acute pain therapy. For acute or chronic pain sufferers the laser has been shown to reduce pain levels significantly.

How the Laser Works

The Laser is capable of penetrating deep into tissue. Once delived, the light energy promotes the process of photobiostimulation – an increase in the cellular metabolism rate that speed cell repair and the stimulation of the immune, lymphatic and vasular systems. The Result is the reduction in pain, inflammation, edem adn an over all reduction in healing time.

General Benefits
Improved Circulation
Pain Reduction
Stimulation of Wound Healing Non-Invasive
Stimulates Nerve Function
Laser Therapy is Safe & Effective

Laser Treatment is for Pain, Swelling and Inflammation Caused By:
Stomatitis Fibromyalgia Sports Injury
Acute Pain Heel Spurs/Plantar Fascitis Sprains/Strains
Arthalgia/Arthritis Mild to Moderate Nerve Injury Swelling
Bursitis Neck Pain Tendonitis
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Post Operative Pain Trigger Points
Chronic Pain Post Surgical Wounds Wound Healing
Circulatory Disorders Soft Tissue Injury

Laser treatments also for:

Smoking cessation
Appetite suppression

What Patients May Expect

Following an initial examination, Dr. Roberts will discuss his findings and recommendations. If laser treatment is indicated, you will be scheduled.

The number of treatments will vary and are based upon the findings during your initial evaluation. It is important to maintan the treatment schedule to assure maximum benefit.

The laser will be pointed to the exact source of your pain. Patients may expect to feel a little sensation to a slight sense of tingling.
Following a laser therapy some notice an immediate improvments in their condition. Your improvement depend on the type of condition and the length of time the condition has been present. Generally, the more chronic or severe the condition, the longer it may take to respond.

The cost is $50 per treatment. The total cost will be determined based upon the number of treatments required. Unfortunately, Medicare and Health insurance plans do not cover laser treatment for your pain at this time.

We want to provide this laser treatment for you at the lowest cost possible; therefore, we will not bill your insurance carrier for this treatment proceedure. You will be asked to sign an Advanced Beneficiary Notice, which defines the cost and precedure recommended.

Payment will be expected at the time of service. Should you have any questions, please feel free to call us – we welcome your inquiries.


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