‘Cold’ Lasers a Fair Way to Treat Golf Pain

by Mike Hunter

GolfScottsdale-based LaserTech Pain and Back Relief Center utilizes multiple healing technologies that include computerized “cold” penetration lasers, which effect “photo bio-stimulation” that is extremely effective with numerous types of chronic conditions without the dangers or side effects of drugs, surgery or steroid injections. With the application of multiple types of mostly non-invasive pain treatments, LaserTech is able to customize a treatment regimen with sophisticated, FDA-cleared modalities that provides a thoroughly effective way to treat a patient’s pain.

Among the numerous reasons people experience chronic pain are damaged tissues or arthritis, structural compromise, nerve malfunction, movement impairment and postural instabilities. With the Valley’s significant golf presence, it is perhaps not surprising that LaserTech sees a lot of this with golfers. Golf, the pain center has found, instills a sense of addiction that causes many of its participants to constantly toil at improving their games, much coming at the expense of their own bodies. Back and shoulder pain; hip, knee, wrist and elbow discomfort are constant reminders how golf can afflict many players, especially as they get older. “If a person wants to continue playing golf, it’s important to treat the condition, not just numb the pain,” explains owner Craig Zimmerman, D.C.

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