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K-Laser class 4 laser therapy treatments are available through chiropractic clinics and other health care providers to help you recover from a variety of ailments. This video explains the mechanism behind K-Laser class 4 laser therapy treatments. Ask your doctor how K-Laser class 4 laser therapy treatments can help you. If your doctor does not offer K-Laser class 4 laser therapy treatments, visit k-laserusa.com and in the upper right hand corner click on 'Find a Provider'. You can input your zip code to find K-Laser providers near you. We have a library of wonderful videos. CLICK HERE to visit our video library.
Listen to the stories of how laser and chiropractic care has improved the lives of these individuals by reducing their pain related to their neck, back, legs, and arms using laser therapy.
Dr. Aaron Williams, DC explains how car accident victims are at high risk of future and longterm neck and back problems if treatment of the neck and spine is not done after a car accident.
Class 4 Laser
K-Laser class 4 laser therapy treatments are available through chiropractic clinics and other health care providers to help you recover from a variety of ailments.
Laser Treatment and Back Pain
Dr. Aaron Williams, DC talks about non-invasive, affordable, and effective laser treatment for treating chronic symptoms such as lower back pain.
Laser Treatment in the Big Leagues
See how Steve Donohue, Assistant Athletic Trainer of the New York Yankees uses laser therapy to treat player injuries.
Doctor - Patient Testimonial
Patient Kayla Siedman says "The laser was very easy...laser really helps...it lets me run and walk more freely and easily."
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Dr. Aaron WilliamsDC, Life UniversityDr. Williams learned the benefits of chiropractic care as a young man, having sustained a low back injury from an accident on an all-terrain vehicle when he was twelve years old. By suffering this injury and the subsequent treatments, he became aware of the benefits of chiropractic care and solidified his desire to become a chiropractor. Soon after graduating in 1998 he started practicing with his father, Dr. Marc Williams who retired from the practice in 2001.
Dr. Jonathan LockeDC, Sherman CollegeDr. Jonathan Locke began his career in sports medicine as a certified athletic trainer. Finding his passion in chiropractic care, Dr. Locke decided to attend Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, SC. Graduating at the top of his class. In 2014 Dr. Locke decided to join forces with Williams Chiropractic & Decompression Center and is currently accepting new patients.
Dr. Linzie EvansDC, Logan UniversityI am originally from Dayton, Ohio. I began my career in sports medicine as a Certified Athletic Trainer. As a former college volleyball player, I have always had a love for sports performance and health. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Logan University, College of Chiropractic, in 2015. One of my greatest moments during school was traveling to Italy to provide Chiropractic care to athletes at the World Sports Games.
Dr. Aaron Williams has worked in chiropractic care and pain management, since graduating in 1998. After suffering a back injury at a young age, Dr. Williams has known the benefits of pain treatment and solidified his desire to become a chiropractor. Dr. William is dedicated to providing the Triad with the finest quality of care for your pain affordably. Dr. Williams has been a featured speaker at Moses Cone Medical Center many times over the past few years and regularly treats celebrities and athletes visiting at the Coliseum. He was the Chiropractor of the 2011 ACC Tournament in Greensboro, NC.
Is laser therapy a new treatment for pain management?
A:While laser therapy dates back to 1960’s, the Unites States Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) did not approve lasers until 2002. However, Europeans have been using therapy lasers much longer than in the US.
Are there side effects to Lasera?
A:Very few side effects have ever been reported from laser therapy. Patients are able to resume normal activity following any treatment.
What are the safety risks of Lasera?
A:When applied by a certified, properly trained professional, Lasera treatments are extremely safe. At Pain and Laser Centers of North Carolina, we take all precautions to ensure that patient is never at risk, staying away from the eyes, thyroid, and other sensitive areas. This treatment is safe to give over broken skin, acute injuries, and metal implants. Laser therapy in non-invasive and drug-free.
Will my insurance cover these treatments?
A:No. Like many recently FDA-approved treatments, most insurance payers, including Medicare, insurance will not cover Lasera treatments. Should that change in the future, we will let our patients know.
How often should I be treated?
A:Acute conditions may need to be treated daily while chronic conditions respond better when treatments are received 2 to 3 times a week, tapering to once a week or once every other week. Of course, every person responds to Lasera treatments differently, so you will need to listen to the advice of Pain and Laser Centers of North Carolina doctors.
Located at the split between West Market Street and Walker Ave and near Holden Rd.
Pain and Laser Centers of NC 3831 West Market Street, NC 27407 1-336-790-2649