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Low Level Laser Technology Explained
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Kalyan S. Lingam, MD // Pain Care Specialist
"This non-invasive and easy to utilize therapy has been well received by our patients. We are very pleased with the positive outcomes we are seeing."
Dr. Frederick Carrick, PhD, DC // Professor of Neurology, Life University
"Low-level lasers have become mainstream modalities in the treatment and rehabilitation of a variety of conditions, having established evidence base use in pain relief several years ago. I use the Multi Radiance Laser on a daily basis."
Ken Breath, PT, ATC, LAT // Ortho Carolina
"The Super Pulsed Laser has dramatically improved our outcomes in both the clinic and training room settings. It has helped speed recovery and decrease symptom levels where other modalities have failed."
Dr. Alan Sokoloff // Former Baltimore Ravens Team Chiropractor
"The MR4 has become an essential player of our practice for both the PTs and DCs as part of an active treatment plan. However it really shines with the athletes we treat and our ability to speed up a healthier return to play."
Robert Donatelli, PhD, PT // Founder of Donatelli Physical Therapy & Sports Clinic
"During my 35 years of practice, MR4 Super Pulsed Laser with Probes is the most clinically effective adjunctive treatment for soft tissue mobilization and managing trigger points. My patient outcomes have improved dramatically."
Phil Page, PhD, PT, ATC, FACSM // Sports Performance and Wellness Specialist
"I find low-level laser therapy very beneficial for my patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain syndromes, and an important adjunct with other interventions such as manual therapy and therapeutic exercise."