What makes us different
Our unique team approach offers clients the latest procedures in a welcoming, safe environment.
Length of Procedure
There is usually only one 30 minute treatment required, however more treatments are available.
How the Laser is Used
The laser is placed on various meridian and auricular points on the body around the ears, nose and hands.
What to Expect After a Treatment
The laser treatment is very relaxing with absolutely no negative side effects.
latest blog posts
- June 10, 2021
- by John Piche
Low-level laser therapy is a top candidate for the best way to quit smoking, but this versatile therapy can provide benefits across many different areas. Today, this therapy is used to treat various types of addiction, pain relief, skin treatments, and more. New uses for this technology continue to be discovered, and all of these areas benefit from the convenience, affordability... Read more
- June 22, 2021
- by John Piche
Low-level laser therapy for quitting smoking can be an effective treatment for ongoing nicotine addiction. You don’t have to take our word for it; there are countless real-world examples of people who have gone through low-level laser therapy successfully. Many keep their success to themselves, but some speak out about their experience.... Read more
How Does The Program Work?
Medical reports have shown that smokers have a higher level of “endorphins.” These are the body’s natural calming and stimulating chemicals which are triggered by the intake of cigarette smoke. These are the least harmful effects from smoking. It’s the many other toxic, caustic, carcinogins and chemicals a smoker intakes that are particularly deadly. When you stop smoking, the sudden drop in endorphins is the main reason for the craving effect.
L.L.L.T. (Low Level Laser Therapy) used on acupuncture points, helps to stimulate and maintain the body’s natural mechanism to balance the endorphin levels. It is completely safe, painless and even relaxing, using Laser pure light energy. Laser light is providing a success in many other forms of therapy as well as addictions, e.g. Physiotherapy, Sports injuries, “Problem” tissue healing, as well as a brilliant tool in Acupuncture.