Laser Therapy has quite literally saved my life. There I was, a 31 year old mother and out of medical options for my poorly operating total jaw joint replacements, along with the nerve pain (Trigeminal Neuralgia A.K.A. Suicides Disease) that had regionalized into my nervous system.
Every night I found myself sobbing on the floor clutching my face in agony, reaching a 10 on the pain scale. My Aunt is the one who suggested laser therapy. She has continued success with her hip/back paralysis, and told me it could help me too. In disbelief, I was entirely astonished by the incredible relief it provided me.
Over the course of three months, a cyst in my upper jaw had shrunk! My nerve pain became less frequent, and I gained facial mobility in those areas; I started being able to eat and talk, again. The migraine headaches are simply dissolved by the laser, no Acetaminophen needed!
If it weren’t for this, I truthfully don’t know what would have become of me. It is the most diverse treatment for biological ailments because it is the only treatment that directly stimulates the cells ability to recover. If it could help me, it can help anyone!
I Almost Went For Surgery...
I suffered with Plantar Fasciitis for over 5 years and my doctor said the last option was surgery. Thankfully my secretary told me about her success with laser therapy at her chiropractor's office. After only ten treatments, I was able to walk comfortably on my foot! No surgery for me!!
Robert D., PA
Class IV Laser Therapy has made our chiropractic care much more thorough and effective. In addition to structural correction and pain relief from spinal adjustments, the laser gives our patients actual tissue healing through cellular regeneration. It's taken our patient care to a new level - not to mention the additional income stream. We couldn't have done it without the insight and expertise from Paul Schwen, the founder of Advanced Medical.
Drs. Chad and Corinne Sackett, Hanover, PA
Our dog, Rocky, escaped under the fence and ran off, only to be hit by a car as he tried to cross a busy street. For the next 2 ½ days Rocky lay suffering under a bush until we found him and rushed him to our veterinary doctor. After diagnostics and X-rays, our vet told us that Rocky’s pelvis was shattered into several pieces, and surgery wasn’t even an option. We decided to try laser therapy as an only option at a different clinic.
Rocky was in extreme pain when we started treatment with the 30Watt laser from Advanced Medical. Shortly after the treatment started Rocky relaxed and fell asleep, and slept through the entire treatment. Rocky started healing almost immediately, and within a week was up and limping around. By the next week Rocky was running around the yard like nothing happened! Thanks to very effective high-power laser therapy, we got our Rocky back!
Huntington Beach, CA
During last winter, Aimee, my hackney cross pony mare, had a severe laminitis episode. Fortunately, she survived and during the summer and fall of 2012 she was getting around, to the point of playing tag with her dry-lot friend. Sadly, just before Christmas of 2012, Aimee had another laminitis episode, although not nearly as severe as the year before. Treatment involved Bute and Ranitidine Hydrochloride (Zantac) twice a day, and hoof trimming every 6‐8 weeks. After four months, Aimee’s recovery had not progressed very well, and the possibility of euthanasia was looming. After consulting Dr. Brenda Tabor‐Adams of Northwoods Animal Learning and Wellness Center, it was decided to try laser therapy. Since there is not much information regarding its effectiveness for the treatment of laminitis it was decided to use Aimee as a test case. Ideally, Aimee will become useable as a cart pony, realistically, we hoped that she would be comfortable without painkillers. The treatment regimen of laser therapy was started in late March of 2013, with two treatments per week for two weeks, and one treatment per week for 3 weeks. After the first treatment, Aimee’s comfort level improved dramatically. However, a regularly scheduled hoof trimming shortly after made her quite sore again for a few days. Bute and Ranitidine Hydrochloride dosing were continued with the addition of Chaste tree berry powder to help regulate hormones and insulin resistance. With each laser treatment a slightly higher comfort level was maintained. New hoof growth seemed to be more stable and had not flared out. We hoped that lowering the heels and rolling the toes with a rasp every two weeks, and the application of liniment to tendons, will allow her coffin bones to return to a more normal angle. After two weeks of laser therapy Dr. Tabor‐Adams did a follow up exam. The doctor was very pleased with the amount and quality of new hoof growth. Within a few months her regular trimmings removed most of the flared hoof. As Aimee’s comfort levels increased, so did her activity levels. She began to act more like the boss mare that she is. At feeding time, hay is spread around the dry lot to encourage more movement; scrounging for grass keeps her busy also. Aimee will have a regular hoof trim in about two weeks. She will have another laser therapy session as well. Just a couple of months ago I was considering euthanasia for my sweet little pony. Now I find myself looking forward to many years with her, and the possibility of kicking butt in Open Pleasure Driving classes. Thank you for helping us through this difficult time with laser therapy – it saved our little pony’s life!
Lisa, Cameron, WI
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