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  Discover a new way to manage and treat pain.

  The future of health technology is here today.

             

                 Why consider Laser Treatment?

     Laser technology is a natural and drug-free solution to pain. Laser therapy has proven success rates similar to traditional treatment methods (including surgery) and without the risk, complications and lengthy recovery time.

                   What are the expected results?

     The beneficial effects of laser treatment are often felt after only 3-5        treatments. Some patients report immediate pain relief after the first treatment, although it can take several weeks for pain relief to begin.

                   What can laser treatments do?

   Laser technology can relieve and aid in the healing of pain caused by: 

‚ÄčArthritis, Sprains, Muscle Spasms, Strains, Sports Injuries, Carpel tunnel, Shoulder and Elbow Pain,  Plantar Fasciitis, Tendonitis and Bursitis, Neck and Back Pain and Inflammed Discs just to name a few.         

                     Are laser treatments painful?

  No. Laser treatments are non-invasive and painless. Most people do not feel anything, while some people have reported a slight tingling or warming sensation over the area being treated.

                                     How is it administered?

 Typically the laser emitter is placed directly on the skin over the area being treated. Depending on the treatment area size, Dr. Ybarra may keep the laser held on one spot, or move the emitter around to treat a wider area. Each session lasts approximately 5 minutes.

                                                 Is it safe? 

Yes. Laser technology is used around the world and extensive clinical research and test have confirmed its safety and efficacy.

 Call for and appointment today and discover how this non-invasive  effective treatment relieves pain and speeds up the healing process.

Thanks for visiting our website. Best of health, Dr. Daniel Ybarra

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