Knee Pain Relief?

“ I am 71 years old and have suffered from knee pain for the last 10 years. My doctor diagnosed me with severe arthritis and is recommending knee replacement surgery. Is there anything you can do to help me? I would really like to avoid surgery if I can.”

Answer: Yes, I can help you! We offer Cold Laser Therapy or LLT (Low Level Laser Therapy) which can have a profound effect on arthritis pain. Cold Laser Therapy has been tested for 40 years, had over 2000 papers published on it, and has been shown to decrease inflammation and stiffness, relieve pain, and promote tissue repair. The first cold laser received FDA clearance in the U.S. in 2002 and in the last few years has cleared Cold Laser Therapy for treatment of a variety of medical conditions including: carpal tunnel syndrome, neck pain, shoulder pain, low back pain, joint pain, muscle pain and acceleration of wound healing. We have used cold laser therapy on all of those conditions with great success!

“I had a torn meniscus disk in my right knee and had surgery to repair it in June, 2012. I continued to have pain and not trust my knee to support me. After going back to the doctor 7 months after the surgery, I was told, ‘it takes time to heal.’ After a year and still no relief, I had Dr. D. Jean Gibson perform Cold Laser Therapy on my right knee. After just one visit, it was awesome…not near the pain. I went in for a second session of the Cold Laser Therapy, no pain at all now. It was quick and painless. All I can say is, That is an awesome treatment. If I ever have pain elsewhere, I will definitely try the Cold Laser Therapy! Thank you Dr. Jean!”

– Shonet of Bella Vista, AR.

We have been using Cold Laser Therapy since 2010 and have seen dramatic results. Even though Cold Laser Therapy is not covered by insurance, we offer discount packages at reasonable prices!

Go to www.TheGibsonCenter.com to read more testimonials.

Call 479-587-0227 to make an appointment

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