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1398 SW 160th Ave, Suite 502

Weston, FL 33326 US

954-384-2925

K-Laser

The K-Laser offers Advanced pain relief for acute and chronic conditions without the use of drugs or surgery.

The K-laser is FDA cleared and produces a fast complete recovery by increasing blood supply, increasing nerve function, developing collagen and muscle tissue, decreasing inflammation, and eliminating pain!

Q&A

What is laser therapy?

Laser therapy (photobiomodulation) entails using low-level laser light to relieve pain or heal wounds. Laser therapy is commonly used by individuals with chronic pain, athletes, and others.

How long has laser therapy been utilized in pain management?

The laser was invented in 1960 and the biostimulative properties of laser light were first discovered in 1967. Therapy lasers have been used in Europe much longer than in the United States. The United States Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) first cleared therapy lasers in 2002, and Class IV lasers in 2003.

How many laser sessions are necessary?

The number of sessions depends on the exact diagnosis, age and overall health of the patient, among other factors. In general, acute conditions can be treated more frequently and require fewer visits, typically 6-10. Chronic conditions may require more visits, and do not need K-Laser treatment as frequently. The effects of K-Laser treatments are cumulative. Patients may experience significant pain relief very quickly. It is important to follow through with care in order to benefit from the biostimulative properties of therapeutic laser light.

Are there any safety risks associated with Class IV laser therapy?

K-Laser treatments are extremely safe when applied by a K-Laser certified, properly trained professional. K-Laser treatment is safe to deliver directly over metal implants, over broken skin, and on acute injuries.

To find out if K-Laser Treatment is a good fit for you call 954.384.2925

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7am - 12pm

1pm - 5pm

Tuesday:

8am - 12pm

1pm - 6pm

Wednesday:

7am - 12pm

1pm - 5pm

Thursday:

8am - 12pm

1pm - 6pm

Friday:

7am - 1pm

Closed

Saturday:

8am - 12pm*

*Existing Patients Only

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  • "Empathetic, friendly, courteous staff that really CARE about their patients rehabilitation and well being. Thank you for getting me back on my feet!"
    Joseph R. / Weston, FL

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