Myrtle Beach, SC (PRWEB) February 27, 2013
Statistics show 8 out of every 10 adults will suffer with back pain at some time in their life. This includes sciatica and lumbar pain. The treatment options vary. They range from simple changes in daily activity to non-invasive treatments and sometimes advance to surgery, none of which have guarantees of success.
The symptoms of back pain are as varied as the treatments. Some back pain sufferers describe the pain as a consistent ache and stiffness; some experience muscle spasms, while others feel a sharp localized pain. This pain is sometimes felt in the neck or radiates from the lower back, down to the buttock, down the back of the thigh, and even into the calf and toes.
Currently, the options for treatment include over the counter medications, prescription pain relievers, antidepressant medications, massage, physical therapy/exercise, ice/heat packs, nerve stimulation, psychological consultations, biofeedback, spinal injections, and surgery. Many of the available options have adverse side effects, do not offer long-term relief, require extended recovery periods (“down time”), or even get worse. It is time to offer another option: CuraLase. This non-invasive treatment is painless, requires no down time and does not damage cells or tissue.
How does CuraLase treatment work? Laser energy elevates the tissue temperature which increases blood flow. Through increased blood flow, inflammation is decreased. The decreased inflammation reduces pain and discomfort.
CuraLase offers non-invasive, drug-free, effective treatment for chronic pain. With an 87% success rate and over 6,000 patients treated, CuraLase Therapy is a treatment option that pain sufferers should consider.
Clinic locations include Myrtle Beach, SC, Shenandoah, TX, Melbourne, FL and Mt. Pleasant, SC.