Erchonia Laser

The Erchonia laser is an FDA-patented cold laser for pain.

It can help with conditions like:

  • Acute/chronic muscle pain
  • Inflammation
  • Tissue irritation
  • Skin issues
  • Carpel tunnel
  • Restricted motion/stiffness
  • Nerve irritation

Laser is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulating Emission Radiation.  A laser is a focused beam of light.  Light is made up of small quantum’s of energy called photons that vary in wavelengths.
Research supports that laser light with a frequency of 634nm optimizes cellular repair and reproduction.
Laser focuses rays of light energy (photons) of certain wave lengths into affected area.  Photon receptors in the cell walls absorb this energy, much like a solar battery.   In turn, the cells use this energy to kick start greater cell production and function.  This results in the reproduction of healthier cells and results in faster protein synthesis for repair and rebuilding.

What is laser and how can it help me.
Simple.  It helps the body heal faster by giving the cells more power to repair.  Cold lasers differ from hot lasers in multiple ways.  Hot lasers burn, cause tissue damage, and hurt.  Cold lasers do the exact opposite.  They stimulate cell repair, power, and proliferation.

When can I receive the treatment?

Anytime the office is open.  The treatment lasts just a few minutes and is painless,  As a general rule, it may take a few times of use before significant change is noticed.   Manufacture recommendations are to receive two or three treatments per week during a recovery period.

Will it burn?
No, the Erchonia laser is a cold laser, which means it operates at a low wattage and will not damage or destroy tissue.  Rather, it stimulates cellular bio-modulation or repair.

How Much Does It Cost?
The use of the Erchonia Laser is very reasonable.  Typically, we use the laser in conjunction with other treatment protocols like chiropractic adjustments or needle acupuncture.  When the laser is used in conjunction with the other protocols, we charge a combined fee that is more than reasonable.