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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Do Pain Relief Lasers Really Work?

Millions around the world suffer from pain at any given point of time and most of it is chronic pain. Chronic pain has always been the bane of any medical practitioner. You tend to treat it with all you've got and most of the times all you achieve is a minor improvement.


Various theories abound regarding chronic pain ranging from "It's all in the mind" to "Chronic Pain Syndrome" akin to chronic fatigue syndrome.

The sad thing about it is that the patient is rarely satisfied, and will, more often than not, fish around for another Doctor who may be able to provide some modicum of relief which was clearly achieved with the previous Doctors.


Speaking plainly from personal experience, I've been hunting around for some new technology to somehow help in chronic pain, with the motivation for doing so arising from my home itself. There are enough and more people in my extended family suffering from some aches or pains.

This research led me to obtaining a novel portable machine which promised excellent results, while being compact and user friendly.



The theory of the gadget works on a Cold Laser combined with TENS (Transcutaneous Electric Nerve Stimulation) which is used very often by almost all physiotherapists worldwide. The laser is supposed to help your muscle tissue heal itself and the stimulation acts as a sort of electrical massage. The fact that it is FDA approved helped me cross the line and buy the machine.

I've used it on quite a few people till now and almost all of them have had fantastic results even though no one has completed the entire prescribed course of therapy. The initial results are encouraging and I hope to get a comprehensive list of patients who will swear by it by the year end.

A simple 10 minute protocol daily for five days is something that should appeal to anyone who is fed up of chronic pain or just can't stand that acute spasm anymore.



I'm guessing that any pain relief (even if it's not complete) is the driving force behind this initial success and I hope that the results sustain for me to promote it further.

If anyone has any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact me. Please do find the brochure below.


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