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July 30, 2005 at 5:39 pm #2689
Got invited to a free seminar by these folks. Anyone familiar with them?
INCORPORATE LASER THERAPY
INTO YOUR OFFICE
WHO, WHAT & HOW?
Therapeutic Lasers- and their applications
in helping patients- are getting better every
year. Learn about the most common immediate
responses to laser therapy which include increased
range of motion, diminished pain and accelerated
wound healing. New lasers have entered the US
market that provide deeper tissue penetration,
higher power densities and reliable technologies
to achieve better clinical outcomes.
Dr. Nelson Marquina provides the healthcare practitioner with a wonderful overview of laser technology, the factors that need to be considered, tools to assist in successfully integrating laser therapy into your practice, and hands on demonstration. He is an associate professor of biophysics at Virginia State University, president of USA Laser Biotech Inc. and a consultant to the National Foundation for Alternative Medicine (Washington, DC).
WHAT IS LASER THEAPY?
Laser therapy is the application of a narrow spectral width light over injuries or lesions to stimulate healing within those tissues. The Insight 40 and the Insight 100 are the first FDA cleared pulsed laser and the highest peak power laser available. With pulsed laser you can safely treat superficial and deep tissues to decrease healing time and increase healing quality and alleviate pain.
The seminar will bring you exact irradiation techniques and efficient energy densities, which are determined after many years spent in the clinical application of LLLT.
SOME COMMON PROBLEMS TREATED
* Chronic neck and back pain* Neuralgias
* TMJ dysfunction* Sprains and Strains
* Skin Conditions* Cuts and burns
* Carpal tunnel syndrome* Plantar facilitis
SOME COMMON PROBLEMS TREATED IN DENISTRY
* Wounds after extraction * Abcess
* Mucositis * Crown preparation
* Neuralgia n. trigemini * Temporo
* Denitio diffcilis * Nerve lesionsJuly 31, 2005 at 3:21 am #5319
Robert Gregg DDSSpectator
Nope, never heard of them………