Pain Clinics, Anesthesiologists, Athletic Trainers and others utilize continuous wave lasers to treat acute and neurogenic pain and pain syndromes. Your staff and you will use the Biological Effects to help your patients.
Benefits of Therapeutic Lasers for Physical Medicine
- Accelerated Tissue Repair and Cell Growth
- Anti-Pain (Analgesia)
- Improved Nerve Function
- Improved Vascular Activity
- Increased Metabolic Activity
- Trigger Point Resolution and Acupuncture Point Stimulation
To compare laser therapy to standard treatment modalities for neuromusculoskeletal conditions please click HERE.
Treat Your Patients with Lasers for These Conditions and More
PAIN & INFLAMMATION
|Arthritis (OA, RA)||Joint||Hematomas|
|Back / Low Back||Knee||Ligament Tears|
|Baker’s Cyst||Muscle Spasms||Meniscal Tears|
|Carpal Tunnel Syndrome||Neuroma||Prolapsed Disc|
|Effusion||Post Operative Pain||Shin Splints|
|Fibromyalgia||Restricted Range of Motion||Strains|
|Foot and Ankle||RSD||Tendon Tears|
|Hand / Wrist||Shoulder|
|Hoffa’s Syndrome||TMJ/ TMD|
|Inflammation||Trigger Point Pain|
Revenue Model for Physical Medicine
Please remember that there are multiple streams of revenue possible from your laser depending on which treatments your particular office desires to perform. The charts and numbers below assume you will only perform Therapy treatments. Your laser will create revenue from day one.
We assume you will take 4 weeks vacation each year and work 48 weeks. During those weeks you will see your normal load of patients. Among those patients will be ones you will treat with your laser.
REVENUE – (Example for 1 week)