Laser Treatment

Low-level laser therapy also known as photobiomodulation, is a painless treatment that uses clinically tested wavelengths of light to stimulate natural biological processes, leading to faster healing and pain relief. Like plants absorbing sunlight through photosynthesis, cells in the body absorb laser energy that stimulates the body to release pain relieving compounds, increases circulation and energizes the cells to participate in the healing process. There are no side effects, and many times laser therapy can take the place of pharmaceuticals and surgery to treat long-term, degenerative diseases.

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Do exercising


Dryland exercises include a variety of different techniques that can include alternating surface heights, lateral movements, static stretching, dynamic balance, and resistance banded exercises just to name a couple. The exercises have many benefits, including the following:

  • Improves Endurance
  • Increases Strength
  • Increases Range of Motion
  • Improves Mobility
  • Boosts Confidence
  • Reduce Pain/Stiffness
  • Decrease Risk of Injuries
  • Hasten Recovery Time

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field or PEMF uses pulsing magnetic fields, developed by pulsing a small amount of battery current through coils of wire, to initiate normal biological cellular reactions that result in improved circulation and provide pain relief.

Very simply, cells contain electrically charged particles called ions that govern all cellular processes. When the body is stressed by illness, competition, environmental factors, or age, the cellular membrane that conducts the essential ions into and out of the cell becomes comprised, and is unable to efficiently do its job of managing the transport of these ions. When the PEMF generated by the Respond Systems bed penetrates the body, a magnetic field in motion is created that immediately and positively directly impacts these ions and membrane potential to stimulate them into action. The result is an increase in cellular communication and circulation, a decrease in inflammation and pain, and a resulting acceleration of healing.