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Q: Is Laser Pain Therapy FDA approved?

A: Laser Pain Therapy is FDA Cleared and given a non-significant risk classification, which means there are no known adverse effects.

Q: How long does the pain relief last?

A: Laser Pain Care’s records show that patients who complete the protocol have long-lasting relief and typically resume normal activity. In fact, patients treated in the earliest days of Laser Pain Therapy (2006), still remain pain free.

Q: Are there any adverse side effects from Laser Therapy?

A: No. In over 60,000 treatments, there have been no known adverse side effects.

Q: Can I (the patient) be treated while taking other medications?

A: Yes, we recommend that you (the patient) continue your current medications and dosage while receiving laser pain therapy treatments.

You, (the patient) should only reduce medication after consulting with your primary physician.

Q: How much does the laser pain treatment treatment cost? And, will my insurance cover it?

A: Laser Pain Treatments (for most conditions) cost from $1000 to $3000 for the entire treatment plan. Financing is available from $100 per month. Most insurance companies have not yet approved coverage for laser therapy. Health savings accounts typically cover the cost(s).

A patient’s exact cost can only be determined with an examination by the doctor. Your consultation will provide a diagnosis and individualized treatment plan. Cost is then determined by the treatment plan.

Q: Does Laser Pain Therapy burn or cause pain?

A: Laser Pain Therapy treatments are non-invasive and 100%  painless. Laser therapy does not damage cells or tissue. The topically applied energy provides a warm, soothing sensation.

Q: Where can I (the patient) find more information about Laser Pain Therapy or schedule my complimentary consultation?

A: For additional information or to find the nearest Laser Pain Care location, please contact us!

Q: What are Stem Cells?

A: Unlike other cells, stem cells have the ability to differentiate or develop into specialized cells for specific organs or to develop into needed body tissue. Stem cells can regenerate into virtually any kind of tissue in order to help replace damaged or dead cells.

Q: How does Stem Cell Therapy treat disease and chronic pain conditions?

A: Stem Cell Therapy is an advanced technique and treatment that works by replacing diseased or dysfunctional cells with healthy, functioning cells. When cells get worn out or damaged by disease or trauma, biochemical signals trigger adult stem cells to start working to repair tissue. Such natural repair, in serious cases, is not strong enough to work without help. That is what stem cell doctors and clinics do: replicate, but improve that repair by stem cell treatments.

Q: What do stem cells treat?

A: Adult Stem Cell Therapy is being used to help patients recover from over 150 debilitating chronic conditions previously thought to be untreatable.

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Effective laser therapy administration is a direct function of power of the laser light and dose delivered. Administering the optimal treatment dose to patients produces consistent positive outcomes. Class IV therapy lasers provide a deeper depth of tissue penetration and ultimately provide a dose that results in positive reproducible outcomes. Higher wattage also results in faster treatment times and provides results unachievable with low wattage lasers. These lasers provide a level of versatility unrivaled by other Class I, II, and IIIb lasers due to their ability to treat both superficial and deep tissue conditions.

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