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We offer a non-invasive, FDA approved laser therapy with Multi Radiance Medical® Super Pulsed laser. Laser therapy affects our body on a cellular level, stimulating mitochondria (cellular power house producing ATP), increasing blood and lymphatic flow in vessels and producing a variety of chemicals to reduce swelling and inflammation. As a result, it is effective in pain reduction and healing. Additionally, recent studies have shown that this form of laser therapy is effective in muscular strengthening and enhancing endurance in sports training. Here is the list of common conditions that are treated effectively by the laser therapy:​​

  • Arthritis

  • Neuropathy

  • Low back pain

  • Neck Pain

  • Tendinitis


  • Soft tissue injury (e.g. sprain)

  • Muscle spasm

  • Muscular Strain

  • Knee pain

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


  • Headache

  • Wound healing

  • Myofascial pain

  • Recovery from sports training

  • Injury prevention


Super Pulsed Laser


Super pulsed laser technology to deliver light energy to tissue, which reduces pain and increases circulation. 

Three clinically proven light wavelengths for optimal tissue penetration: 

- Red light (660 nanometers)

- Infrared light (875 nanometers)

- Super pulsed laser (905 nanometers)

Super pulsed laser provides high-powered light in hundred billionths-of-a-second pulses to drive photons deep into the tissue without any harmful thermal effects. The full 25 watts of power is being generated at the peak of the pulse, creating high energy density. In addition, the energy delivered at 905 nanometers is most efficiently absorbed by hemoglobin in the blood. More hemoglobin with an increased circulation of blood means more oxygen supplied to the cells. This creates a beneficial systemic effect throughout the body. 

When these specific wavelengths are combined, there is a 100% increase in availability of light below the skin when compared to them being separately applied, confirming the presence of this Triple Cascade Effect, which was validated by the Pillars Paper Research.


Variance in frequencies or speed at which light is delivered is extremely beneficial. Higher frequencies penetrate relatively shallow tissue and have an inhibiting effect on pain, whereas lower frequencies enable deeper tissue penetration and create a stimulatory effect on the tissue. 

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