Is Cold/Low Level Light Laser Therapy For You?

Do you ever experience?

 Cutting-Edge Technology
The Chattanooga Low Level Light Laser used by Dr. Richard Jones is one of the first Low Level Light Lasers in the world to gain FDA approval.  Low Level Light Lasers are used by Lance Armstrong, a six time Tour de France winner, as well as other elite professional athletes.  The US Olympic Committee has enthusiastically endorsed Low Level Light Laser Therapy in January of 2004.

Effects Of Laser Light On Tissue
In straightforward terms, Low Level Light Laser Therapy provides pain relief, reduces tissue damage from an injury, and assists the body in rapid healing.

How Can Low Level Light Laser Benefit You?

Number Of Treatments Needed
Sometimes symptoms can be relieved immediately; however, a minimum of 4-12 treatments are necessary to begin the healing process of the tissue involved.

We recommend the initial treatment schedule of 2 to 3 times per week.  Minimum treatment would be 1x per week to see results.  The interval between treatments will lengthen as the condition improves.

How Long Is Each Treatment?
Treatments can vary in time from seconds to minutes depending on the condition being treated.  Research studies show that there may be a close dependent on response, so it may be more effective to treat at lower doses at multiple intervals than to treat a single time with a high dose.

Are There Any Side-Effects?
Low Level Light Lasers are safe, non-toxic and non-evasive; there has not been a recorded negative side effect in over 1700 publications.

How Do You Schedule A Low Level Light Laser Therapy Session?
Call Crossing Chiropractic today and schedule your first session.

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If you are Interested in
Low Level Light Laser Therapy Please Call
Crossing Chiropractic and Massage Wellness Center
5770 Gateway Blvd, Suite 102
Mason, Ohio 45040