Using NASA and Soviet developed biotechnology, called Low Level Laserlight Therapy, we have great success in treating patients suffering low back pain, including those with sciatica.
Low back pain is usually suffered as a large, broadband region of pain but the actual site of the initial and re-occurring injury is a microscopic soft tissue tear or strain. The laser technology allows us to treat these soft tissue injuries at the microscopic level. Providing a clear understanding of the actual cause of the low back pain makes the whole situation much less distressing for the patient.
The effect of the treatment is dramatic in the acute phase, but even more rewarding for those who have suffered for more than six weeks. Often people have been suffering for over three months and in many cases years.
To make an appointment to talk about how we can help with your low back pain please call us on (08) 8299 9111 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Patients, let food be your medicine and medicine be your food.
Doctors, at least do no harm”.
Hippocrates, 400BC (whom we derive the Hippocratic Oath)
At Your Healthy GP we are ever-mindful of his advice.
Foremost, we are a soft tissue, injury related, pain clinic using the application of Low Level Laserlight Therapy. This is the use of infrared light over soft tissue injuries to diagnose their precise location and to reduce inflammation which gives relief for both acute and chronic pain with an increase in the speed and quality of tissue repair.
Dr Mark Rogers has travelled to Europe, U.S.A and Canada on several occasions where he has received in depth training on the specific techniques of Low Level Laserlight Therapy.
This ground breaking therapy was first discovered by medical scientists in Germany and the Czech Republic using N.A.S.A developed biotechnology.
When used in combination with, education on posture, proprioceptive and the use of Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging, these techniques can resolve a variety of today’s chronic, degenerative diseases without the use of drugs. For more information please call us on (08) 8299 9111 or email us at email@example.com