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How to Help Joint Pain....Without Side Effects

Dealing with joint pain can hamper your lifestyle. Whether it affects your ability to go grocery shopping or run your next half marathon it doesn’t allow you to be at your best. What if I told you there is a natural way to deal with this pain and can often result in a return to your normal lifestyle without surgery or the side effects of having to take pain medications all the time?

K-Laser being used to treat tennis elbow.

K-Laser being used to treat tennis elbow.

Low Level Laser Therapy

This revolutionary therapy is called low level laser therapy. At Bryant Family Chiropractic we are one of only a handful of providers in the state using a class IV laser called the K-Laser.

How does it work?

Certain wavelengths of light are able to penetrate the skin. Once the light energy passes through the layers of skin and reaches the target area, it is absorbed and interacts with the light sensitive elements in the cell. This process can be compared to photosynthesis in plants. Sunlight is absorbed by plants, which is then converted to usable energy so that the plant can grow.

When cells absorb this light energy, it initiates a series of events in the cell that is theorized to eventually result in normalizing damaged or injured tissue, a reduction in pain, inflammation, edema and an overall reduction in healing time by increasing intracellular metabolism. For more information you can visit the K-laser website.

About Dr. Reed

Dr. Reed is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician ® who enjoys working with people of all ages. He has been in practice for 11 years and recently opened up a new clinic in Bryant, Arkansas. He enjoys helping people achieve better health by getting to the true cause of their problem.

Mention this blog post and receive a free consultation with Dr. Reed to discuss whether this revolutionary therapy is a good option for you. Yes that’s right Dr. Reed will sit down with you and see if this therapy is a good fit. Call today!!!

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  1. Carol Hassialis says
    Dec 21, 2015 at 9:22 PM

    Hey, I miss you! Is the laser therapy covered with Medicare?Or secondary? Have plenty of arthritis for you to work on.

    • says
      Dec 22, 2015 at 10:52 AM

      Hi Carol, we miss you also!! Hope you and your family are doing well. No unfortunately laser therapy is not covered under medicare or any secondary policies.

  2. Patti Coffman says
    Dec 24, 2015 at 1:08 PM

    Hi Dr.Reed Really miss you.Im making an appointment with you after the first of the year. Merry Christmas

    • says
      Dec 31, 2015 at 9:07 PM

      Hi Patti!! We miss you also. Hope you had a great Christmas and New Years and look forward to seeing you!!

  3. Carol Hassialis says
    Jan 25, 2016 at 12:37 AM

    Hi Chris! Sounds great to me. I'm having neck problems. Any news on Medicare coverage?

  4. Julie Krauss says
    Feb 02, 2016 at 7:57 AM

    This sounds like a life saver. I would like to wake up one morning and not have any joint pain. It's daily thing for me.

  5. Christina Sandoval says
    Feb 08, 2016 at 7:14 AM

    Can this be used on a person with rheumatoid arthritis?

  6. Susan Bariola says
    Feb 24, 2016 at 8:20 PM

    Does this help with RA joint damage and pain?

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