Treating your pain with any of Big Pharma’s drugs should be a last resort.
I help my patients end the pain with a drug-free therapy called non-invasive, low-light laser therapy. It works for both acute and chronic pain.
This laser therapy combats pain by stimulating cells to reduce inflammation and speed up healing.
The studies back it up.
In one study, 30 patients with chronic and difficult-to-treat lower back pain were randomly divided into a red-light laser group and a laser-placebo group. Both groups underwent treatment three times a week for four weeks.
Researchers used pain questionnaires and thermography to evaluate the patients. They concluded the “scores of the Pain Disability Index and maximum pain intensity during day and night significantly reduced” in the patients receiving laser therapy.
Additional research found that the relapse rate in patients who had laser therapy compared to a control group was significantly lower after a six-month follow-up evaluation.
During the procedure, different wavelengths of low-level light are applied directly to the targeted area. The body tissue absorbs the light. The red and near-infrared light causes a reaction, and the damaged cells respond with a physiological reaction that promotes regeneration.
The therapy also improves the circulation of oxygen-rich blood to the area, further eliminating pain.
But laser therapy does more than just treat pain. At the Sears Institute for Anti-Aging Medicine, we use different colored lasers to treat a wide range of conditions. Here’s what infrared, red, blue, yellow, and green lasers can do for your health:
My Patients Tell Me They Wish They’d Tried It Sooner
When Cathy came to my clinic, the joints in her hands were so swollen and painful that she could hardly work anymore. She worried she wouldn’t make it to her retirement date.
After a few laser therapy sessions, this is what Cathy told me:
“I like to keep active, but the pain in my hands kept me from gardening and doing other activities I enjoy. But after my first laser treatment, the swelling in my hands was quite reduced, to the point that the joints were almost normal size.
I also had some back problems, despite trips to the chiropractor and acupuncturists. I now have great relief in my back and neck.
All my joints are more comfortable and flexible. I am amazed that there is so much progress. My body feels comfortable and light! I’m so happy to have found laser therapy!”
If you’re interested in long-lasting, drug-free pain relief and want to try laser therapy, please call the Sears Institute for Anti-Aging Medicine at 561-784-7852.
But we don’t use laser therapy only for pain. We also use it to: treat neurological issues… diabetes… kidney disease… tinnitus… boost stem cell proliferation following PRP… increase immunity… fight chronic fatigue syndrome…and so much more.
To Your Good Health,
Al Sears, MD, CNS
1. Momenzadeh S, et al. “Evaluation of the effects of intravenous and percutaneous low level laser therapy in the management of shoulder myofascial pain syndrome.” J Lasers Med Sci. 2016;7(1):16-20.
2. Yousefi-Nooraie R, et a. “Low level laser therapy for nonspecific low-back pain.” Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2008;(2):CD005107