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Marathon Monthly November 2018 Physical Therapy

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FIND OUT IF LASER THERAPY IS RIGHT FOR YOU LASER THERAPY OPEN HOUSE NOVEMBER 4TH 12PM-5PM Treatments Feel Good Laser therapy creates little to no sensation or it can create a gentle, soothing warmth sensation. Treatments Are Fast With LightForce lasers, treatments are quick, usually 5-12 minutes depending on the size, depth, and acuteness of the condition being treated. Current and past patients schedule your free laser therapy consultation today! CALL (516) 487-9810 TO RESERVE YOUR CONSULT We have a limit of 20 consults available 556B MIDDLE NECK RD • GREAT NECK, NY 11023 The Only Deep Tissue Laser in the North Shore!

Tough to Treat Conditions That Respond Well to Laser Therapy

Treatment Tips:

If patient is able,use passive or active ROM while treating for more complete coverage of joints. When treating joints,make sure you move the laser 360 around the joint. Apply pressure with the massage-ball head to compress the tissue,allowing the laser to get closer to deeper tissues. o

10 MINUTES

Average Treatment Time

KeyTreatmentAreas:

TMJ “...laser photobiomodulation was effective in reducingTMJ pain and symptoms...” ¹ 1

Epicondylitis “...laser therapy is efficacious for the long-term relief of the symptoms associated with chronic epicondylitis...” ² 2

Low Back Pain “High-intensity laser therapy combined with exercise appears to be more effective in patients with chronic low back pain than either high intensity laser therapy alone or placebo laser with exercise.” ³ Knee Arthritis “High intensity laser therapy seems to be efficient in reducing pain and for providing functional improvements in patients with knee OA.” 4 3 4

Plantar Fasciitis “High intensity laser therapy has a more significant treatment effect than low level laser therapy on plantar fasciitis.” 5 5

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References: 1. Borges,Rosanaet al. (2018).Effectsofdifferentphotobiomodulationdosimetrieson temporomandibulardysfunction: a randomized, double-blind,placebo-controlled clinical trial. Lasers inMedicalScience.doi: 10.1007/s10103-018-2533-6 2. Roberts,D.B.,Kruse,R. J., andStoll,S.F. (2013).TheEffectivenessofTherapeuticClass IV (10W) LaserTreatment forEpicondylitis.

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