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A Personal Message From Dr. Barry
About two months ago I purchased a Class IV Deep Tissue Laser for our office. We are now one of only a handful of clinics in Idaho that offer Class IV laser therapy.
Many of our patients have been able to experience firsthand the benefit of this new therapy; often seeing a 50% or greater reduction in pain after the first 15 minute treatment.
Over the last 5 years I have been watching the development of Laser Therapy for the treatment of chronic and acute pain and injury. I have been impressed with the research, the science, and the effectiveness. Clinical studies have proven that laser therapy helps alleviate pain and inflammation, reduces swelling, and stimulates nerve regeneration and tissue repair.
Laser Therapy is used by major sports teams to get their players back in the game quickly. It can provide dramatic pain relief from arthritis, neuropathy, strains, sprains and more.
One of the things I have learned through my research is that not all lasers are the same. To be clinically effective you have to have the right laser.
Class I, II and III lasers are limited by low wattage output and low tissue penetration. Class IV lasers operate at a higher wattage and have the ability for deep tissue penetration. They provide better results in less time. That is why I have chosen the Class IV Light Force Deep Tissue Laser for our office.
I am excited about the success of this new therapy and what it can mean in the lives of my patients.
Call 208-756-2211 today to schedule an appointment and learn what the new Class IV Laser Therapy can do for you.
Your Partner in Health,
Dr. Brian A. Barry