Frequently Asked Questions

How many treatments will I need?

We listen to you and will ask you to describe what is happening.  How much does it hurt on a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being the worst)?  What have you tried to help this condition, massage, acupuncture, injections, etc.?

Treatment intervals vary for each individual and will be assessed in the initial evaluation and at the beginning of each treatment. Every patient’s condition is unique and will have a unique response to therapy, therefore each session is tailored using the appropriate services based on the assessment. Treatments for an acute or chronic condition usually take more than one treatment.  For someone suffering with a moderate to severe condition it is suggested that we begin by treating the area two to three times a week and re-assess.  In most cases, we can spread the treatments to allow for optimum healing to occur. Acute conditions generally respond with a few treatments close together whereas chronic complaints are best handled with more widely spaced intervals or treatments when the condition flares up.  Many pro athletes get treatment everyday and even twice a day.  Best results are seen with usually more than one treatment per week for the first few weeks. As the condition improves, we re-evaluate to determine number of treatments and duration of each visit. Our goal is to "jump start" the body’s healing process out of "fight or flight mode" where the body is reacting to the condition and into "rest and digest mode" to keep pain decreased and function optimal.





QuantumWave Lasers

Quantumwave Lasers is pleased to introduce our revolutionary new line of cold lasers. All of our soft laser systems are portable handheld units designed to be used by lay persons or professionals alike. All of our Quantumwave Lasers come with a rechargeable ac adapter and users manual.

All of our quantum healing cold lasers use our unique new violet soft laser crystal spectrum technology, fully digital Wavestar programmable interface, and our patent pending QuantumWave Laser technology and capabilities.

QuantumWave Laser unit
with optional probes.