Pain and Injury

Your treatment was a saving grace!

I wanted to share a recent letter we received from a patient who was experiencing acute, severe jaw and tooth pain.  She came for a series of Acupuncture and Laser (LLLT - Low Level Light Therapy) treatments to decrease inflammation and improve cellular health.  

 

Hello Ryan-

What a nice surprise to receive your message!
I can’t tell you how much I have been thinking of everyone at Acubalance. I hope you are all well and coping through this. Such strange times...so your message is all the more meaningful to me.

Partial Tear of the Right Shoulder Tendon

Last winter my shoulder was injured; a partial tear of the right shoulder tendon. It was very painful and I could not raise my arm high enough to do my hair. My doctor told me this just happens as we get older and react to injury, unofficially calling it "50 year old woman's disease". He told me I might never get my full range of motion back because tendon doesn't regenerate. I cried, did some googling of my own, and then cried some more. Google said you can't do much during the first stage because it's too painful. I already knew it hurt a lot, and medication offered little help.

LLLT Laser Healed Morton's Neuroma Foot Pain

I turned 50 & fell apart! First a frozen shoulder this winter, then Morton’s Neuroma in my foot in February 2018. After a podiatrist visit to confirm the Morton’s Neuroma, I began a series of cortisone shots that didn’t work. Orthotics gave some relief, but I was still unable to walk even short distances without pain. My old life of hiking, running & gym classes seemed to be slipping away until a friend suggested LLLT low level laser therapy at Acubalance.

Chronic Pain: From Level 10 Out Of 10 Pain to Taking Only 1 or 2 Pain Meds

My name is Tressa and three and a half years ago I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA). For three years I battled RA with an anti-inflammatory diet and a natural approach. While I found some relief using these methods, the disease continued to progress, eventually resulting in pain in my left ankle, knees, hands, and wrists (I also have tendonitis in both shoulders). Whenever I stood up or tried to walk up stairs I would have excruciating pain and I tried not to stand when my children were present so they would not how much pain I was in.

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