“to actually help patients become pain-free as opposed to managing pain.”
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
Locally owned CuraLase Global, Inc. is launching a new website, http://www.curalase.com. For those seeking an effective treatment for the pain associated with many conditions, the new website will be a valuable tool to find answers to their questions. Including the frequently asked question of how this new laser technology works. The conditions treated at CuraLase are often the cause of chronic pain. The laser effectively alleviates this pain. Conditions treated include: back pain, cervical pain, sciatica, knee pain, fibromyalgia, migraine headaches, carpal tunnel, neuropathy, hip pain, plantar fasciitis, post-herpetic neuralgia, and shoulder/rotator cuff pain. The new website was designed to be easily navigated and user friendly. According to Roger Porter, President and CEO of CuraLase Global, Inc., the new website will provide individuals suffering from chronic pain “a tool to help them understand their condition and to find CuraLase an avenue to get their quality of life back.”
New Locations For CuraLase
The new website, http://www.curalase.com, provides information on three new locations as well as the Myrtle Beach location that opened in March 2006. Dr. Ken Wenz of CuraLase/Laser Med Center in Myrtle Beach, SC has an extensive background in the treatment of pain. CuraLase in Shenandoah opened in April 2012 in Shenandoah, TX. Dr. Sabrina Lahiri, of CuraLase in Shenandoah, is a board certified surgeon. CuraLase in Melbourne opened in September 2012 in Melbourne Beach, FL. Dr. Susan Pinsky of CuraLase in Melbourne has been a practicing physician for over 25 years and has won numerous awards. CuraLase in Mt. Pleasant opened in October 2012 in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Dr. Bill Greene of CuraLase in Mt. Pleasant is a board certified physician.
About CuraLase Technology
CuraLase technology is a non-invasive therapy to alleviate the pain associated with many conditions. This laser technology elevates tissue temperature which increases the permeability and elasticity of the cells, allowing fluid trapped between the cells (inflammation) to be removed thru the body’s natural waste process. Often, this allows immediate relief of joint pain and an improved range of motion. The underlying condition is treated thereby resolving the pain. With an 87% success rate and over 6,000 patients treated, CuraLase is a welcome alternative to other treatments. Nicole Hadjadj-Kerr, the clinical director for CuraLase in Melbourne, stated that the future of CuraLase is most exciting because of the ability “to actually help patients become pain-free as opposed to managing pain.”