TLC Pain Therapy Laser

Aches and pains are something all of us will face from time to time as we work our way through life. For many the answer to these aches and pains has been elusive and they have had to resort to daily doses of over-the-counter pain relievers or worse. Sadly this approach does little to address the source of the pain and only gives temporary relief that must be repeated and repeated. Do we have good news for you!

 

Many of our clients tell us that for the first time in years they have now found relief and in many cases long-term relief from using our TLC Pain Therapy Laser. Whether it be back pain, knees, ankles, migraines, sore muscles, sports injuries, etc, our focused light therapy relieves pain in 95% of our customers. How can focused light do such a thorough job in addressing pain? Without getting too technical, let me explain.

 

Pain comes from a wide variety of sources. In the most common source, injuries cause inflammation that puts pressure on nerves. When nerves are inflamed or pinched due to muscle tightness, the pain can be severe. Through the use of focused light therapy (lasers) light receptors in various tissues are stimulated to be more active. As focused light penetrates deep into these tissues it increases mitochondrial ATP synsthesis which decreases inflammation. When inflammation decreases the pressure in tissues diminishes and reduces the pain level in those tissues. This process also stimulates increased Ca2+ ion presence and beneficial oxygen species (ROS) production. All that means is the healing process is stimulated and the damaged area heals faster with less pain.

 

This process is known as photo bio-stimulation. Many good things accompany this therapy. When stimulated by our proprietary process, the right wavelength of light will cause improved vascular and enzymatic activity. Collagen, which is one of the building blocks of the body, is produced and synthesized properly by the body. Damaged skeletal, connective and neurological tissues and structures respond with enhanced healing. Edema reduction is also a common result of focused light therapy.

 

In short, photo bio-stimulation encourages the healing process on many levels at the same time. The result is rapid pain reduction and decreased healing time. All these factors lead to a much more pleasant recovery from a wide variety of injuries and other sources of aches and pains. Typically 6 to 12 sessions gives remarkable relief to our customers.

 

While TLC can make no specific claims as to results, many who have experienced the pain relief for themselves have allowed us to share their stories with you in our testimony section. Do you have pains that require daily medication? Do you have a nagging sports injury that is keeping you from enjoying your activities? Call us and see for yourself what this little light of mine can do.

We offer two different Pain Therapy Laser models, the TLC Professional Pain Therapy Laser and the MHS Professional + Pain Therapy Laser.

TLC Professional Pain Therapy Laser is a Class IV device that has FDA clearance. The professional model is a single channel unit that delivers focused light therapy to areas of the body that have experienced injury and are in need of pain relief and enhanced healing. For technical specifications on this model Click Here

TLC  Professional + Pain Therapy Laser is the same technology as the Professional unit as far as the Class IV application is concerned. The difference with the Professional + unit is that it has two additional Class III output ports that can deliver power to optional devices such as the Pad which is used for topical therapy on the shoulders or knees. For technical specifications on this model Click Here

To view the technical specifications of the TLC Pain Therapy Lasers Click Here

 

For frequently asked questions regarding the TLC Pain Therapy Lasers Click Here

 

For more scientific and detailed explanation of how Laser Therapy works Click Here

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