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Erchonia Cold Laser

Atlanta Laser Therapy

The use of low level lasers is the perfect complement to chiropractic spinal adjustments.

The use of low level lasers is the perfect complement to chiropractic spinal adjustments for enabling the body to restore its natural state of balance and health. Join the wave of the future and tell us that you want to experience the benefits of the Erchonia lasers in your care!

The Erchonia laser emits a visible coherent light that stimulates the body’s ability to produce ATP, which allows a natural healing of the body in decreased time. Through this process, pain and inflammation decrease, the natural range of motion of the joints return, and optimal function of cellular physiology occurs on a more permanent basis.

FAQ’s:

How far does the laser penetrate?
Depth of penetration is totally independent of the laser’s output. Laser therapy achieves direct biological effects at depths of 1-4 cm in the tissue, depending on the type of laser used (red light or IR). Systemic effects are accomplished by circulation of blood and other forms of communication in the tissue, such as transport of transmitters or signal substances occurring at much deeper levels throughout the entire body (Turner & Hode, 344).

Will the laser hurt me?
Due to the “cold” properties of the laser there are no harmful effects to the human body. It is important to understand that lasers come in many different applications. While there are classification of laser that are made to cauterize the skin or cut/burn through for a more precise incision, there is also a therapeutic class which includes the low level laser AKA cold laser therapy which is bio-stimulatory and does not have harmful effects.

The purpose of the Atlanta Natural Health Clinic is to facilitate a greater expression of life by supporting and empowering patients to take responsibility in their quest for health and healing.

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