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Laser Treatments

Cold Low Level Laser Treatments

Stimulating the body’s natural healing response and speeds up the recovery by decreasing inflammation and pain naturally without masking your symptoms with pain relievers.

What does the laser treat? 

The laser treats both chronic and acute pains.   There are several different setting options, so we can help to treat a wide variety of things with the laser.   It has both pain settings as well as multiple other treatments options.

Most people feel an immediate relief in pain.   Unlike other options, the laser is completely pain free and within 10 minutes most people report a significant decrease in their pain. 

When will I feel results? 

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How long does it take? 

Treatments vary in time based on the area of pain.  A shoulder could take a little longer just due to the number of treatment areas to that joint.   Each area of treatment should take between 5-15 minutes.

Is it covered with insurance? 

Since laser therapy is considered an alternative treatment it isn't covered under insurance, but HSA accounts may be able to be used. 

How many treatments will I need?

Treatment plans are individual and vary based on the treatment area and length of time for the condition.  

Will I have any down time?

NO!   Actually, most people can't feel that anything other than a little warmth from the light of the laser.  Its a small hand held laser that very lightly glides over the skin.   

What does each wavelength do?

635nm Wavelength (Red)

The 635nm is absorbed primarily by the melanin near the surface of the skin.  At higher power levels, this enhances collagen production of the skin and generates a therapeutic response for superficial treatments including burns and scar tissue.  This helps prepare the treatment area for improved results with the near infared (NIR) wavelengths

810nm Wavelength (NIR)  

The 810nm allows for rapic activation of hemoglobin oxygenation, the process of which energetic supply is transferred to muscles and tendons, facilitating regeneration.  Clinical studies indicate that the 810nm influences mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase by increasing cytosolic calcium and decreasing mitochondrial calcium. 

980nm Wavelength (NIR)

The 980nm optimizes the action on thermo and mechanical receptors for a rapid analgesic effect which results in improved pain control, circulation, and muslce relaxation.  Clinical studies indicate the 980nm primarily affects temperature-gated calcium ion channels. 

1064nm Wavelenght (NIR)

The 1064nm is a longer wavelength that provides deeper tissue penetration.  Clinical studies indicate that it has minimal dispersion within biological tissues due to its decreased melanin absorption.  The result is deep activation of metabolic processes vital for all cellular activities. 

Head Pain 
Neck Pain
Back Pain (Low, Mid, High)
Shoulder Pain 
Frozen Shoulders
Elbow Pain
Hand or Wrist Pain
Hip Pain
Sciatica Pain 
Frozen Shoulders
Knee Pain
Foot and Ankle Pain
Plantar Fasciitis or heel pain
Ankle Sprains
Muscle Pain / Spasm/Cramp
Leg Pain
Stretch Marks
Post-Op Pain Relief
Varicose Veins
Toe Nail Fungus
Athletes Foot 
Bells Palsy
Abrasions and Wounds
Verterbral Injuries


"I cannot believe that I can actually run without pain again.  I was almost ready to have surgery for my plantar fasciitis." 

~Laurie T.  Lawrence, KS 

"I can lift my arm straight up and I can put my towels away in my closet without using my other arm for support." 

~ Bernice V., Lawrence, KS

"Thank you from the bottom of my heart, I had no idea sciatica pain would drop me to my knees.  I can actually stand and walk without pain now." 

Mike R. Lawrence, KS

You are onto something here.  My back pain is completely gone. 

~Jimmy T. Baldwin City, KS

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