Q. How does laser therapy work?
A. Cells that are damaged and poorly oxygenated as a result of inflammation, swelling, or trauma have been shown to have a significantly higher response to laser therapy than normal healthy cells.
At a cellular level there are photoreceptors that, when stimulated by deep penetrating photons, activate a biochemical cascade of events resulting in increased DNA/RNA synthesis and cellular proliferation. The product of these reactions is rapid regeneration, normalization and healing of damaged cellular tissue. Photonic stimulation is the trigger for these metabolic changes.
Q. What kind of pain do you treat?
A. Arthritis pain, Fibromyalgia, Musculoskeletal pain, soft tissue injuries, migraine headaches, back pain, and spinal conditions, Myofascial trigger points, Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow), Carpel Tunnel Syndrome, Neuropathic pain, Bell's Palsy, Plantar Fasciitis, sports injuries, sprains, strains, knee pain, hamstring tears, as well as many additional joint, muscle, circulatory and inflammatory conditions.
Q. Will it hurt?
A. No, it gives a warm soothing feeling.
Q. How many visits will I need?
A. The number of visits will vary by the severity of your pain. Come in for your free treatment and give us the opportunity to evaluate you.
Q. How much does it cost?
A. No need for insurance. Since we have priced several programs, in most cases your out of pocket costs are less than your insurance deductibles and co-pays.
Q. Will insurance cover it?
A. No. Although, it's usually much less than your pain medicine deductibles, and frees you up from the concerns of insurance requirements.
Q. How long is a visit?
A. It's fast, easy, and comfortable. It's usually 15-45 minutes.
Q. Is it safe?
A. Yes. BlastPain Centers LLC lasers are cleared by the FDA and adhere to strict ISO standards in order to provide you with the safest non-invasive treatment option on the market. Laser therapy provides you with a safe and effective alternative to drugs and surgery.
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Soft Tissue Injuries
Back Pain and Spinal Conditions
Myofascial Trigger Points
Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
and many more joint, muscle, circulatory and inflammatory conditions.
Analgesia through the release of endorphins and a decrease in the bradykinin levels.
Immediate inflammation reduction.
Accelerated tissue repair and cell growth.
Reduction of fibrous tissue formation.
Improved vascular activity.
Increased metabolic rate within the tissues.
Improved nerve function.
Stimulation of trigger and acupuncture points.