Finding relief from knee pain would be a wonderful thing. A new treatment utilizes a medical therapeutic laser for relieving pain from damaged tissues in the knee joint. The laser stimulates the healing of soft tissues by penetrating deep into the joint. By utilizing the body's ability to heal itself, the laser speeds up the metabolic function of the cells in the knee joint which creates a healing environment. It has been found to be very successful in treating chronic joint disorders, such as arthritis. It has also been proven effective in reducing chronic pain from tendonitis and carpal tunnel syndrome.
For many, knee pain has been present for such a long period of time that surgery has become an option. This technology has enabled many to reconsider.
If you are suffering with chronic knee pain and looking for a safe alternative to surgery, you should call Dr. Betts to see if you are a candidate for this laser procedure.
A Non-Surgical Highly Effective Treatment that is a safe and effective treatment for Knee Pain, Arthritis pain, Low Back, Neck and Disc Pain, Chronic Pain and Joint Conditions, and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Is this right for you?
Therapeutic Laser is simple and painless. The laser probe is held against the area being treated and the doctor will apply light to firm pressure to the area to improve the penetration of the energy.
The Therapeutic Laser is applied for a specified period of time to deliver the proper amount of laser energy depending upon the condition being treated. Treatment times vary based upon the size of the area to be treated, and the output power of the laser. Most treatments take less than 10 minutes.
Normally, multiple treatments are needed to resolve chronic conditions and injuries. Therapeutic Laser can be directed to acupuncture points, trigger points, nerve endings and directly to the specific injury. Recent findings conclude that, with few exceptions, patients do better when treatment begins as quickly as possible.
If your goal is to get rid of pain without resorting to drugs or surgery, call (870) 931-3722 to see if you are a candidate.