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Quantum Light Therapy 

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What is Cold Laser Therapy?

Cold laser therapy is a relatively new technology (about 30 years old) when compared to many alternative therapies like acupuncture(which has been used since 8000-3500 B.C.),chiropractic(since1895) and physical therapy. Just like the abacus evolved into the computer, many alternative medicine practices are evolving to include light therapy. Cold lasers are sometimes called soft lasers.


Targeting acupuncture trigger points (similar to acupuncture but without the needles)

Broad coverage of deep tissue with laser photons to stimulate changes in the tissue. Cold Laser therapy offers a non-intrusive option to acupuncture and surgery. It also provides a non-addicting treatment that eliminates the complications of long-term drug treatment programs. The cold laser produces an impulse of light at a specific wavelength that minimizes reflection and scattering but maximized absorption of the energy (in photons) at a desire depth. The goal of laser therapy is to deliver light energy units from infrared laser radiation, called photons, to damaged cells. It is the consensus of experts is that photons absorbed by the cells through laser therapy stimulate the mitochondria to accelerate production of ATP. This biochemical increase in cell energy is used to transform live cells from a state of illness to a stable, healthy state.

Cold laser are widely used for treatment of:

  • Acute and chronic pain

  • Fibromyalgia,

  • Ligament sprains,

  • Warts,

  • Muscle strain,

  • “Suspicious” moles,

  • Soft tissue injuries,

  • Acne or skin problems,

  • Tendonitis,

  • Wound healing,

  • Arthritis,

  • Cold and canker sores,

  • Tennis elbow,

  • Earaches,

  • Sore throats,

  • Back pain,

  • Abscesses,

  • Bursitis,

  • Acupuncture protocols,

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome,

  • And so much more...

Combination of Quantum Energy and Quantum Light Therapy:


Wrist Pain, Back Pain, Arm Pain, Ankle Pain, Leg Pain, Cervical Vertebra Pain, Neuralgia, Muscle Aches, Soft Tissue Injuries, Wound Injuries, Sports Injuries, Knee Arthritis, Rehabilitation Therapy, Muscle Strain, Diminish Inflammation, Frozen Shoulder, Tennis Elbow, Tendinitis - inflammation or irritation of a tendon, Dysmenorrhea - painful menstruation, typically involving abdominal cramps, Knee Ligament Inflammation, Gynecological Inflammation and many more...

What happens during the treatment?

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