We are proud to offer Ventura County's first and only Avicenna Laser. This laser is a revolution in pain management. It stimulates tissue growth and repair. With this technology we are are able to treat chronic pain, acute injuries, and neuropathies without side effects.

What is High Power Laser Therapy?


Today, high power laser therapy is widely recognized as a safe, pain-free and non-invasive medical procedure used to accelerate the treatment and rehabilitation of various acute and chronic pain conditions.  Avicenna’s High Power Laser Therapy (HPLT) medical device is used in hundreds of medical facilities throughout the United States, including prestigious medical schools, the Department of Defense, the VA system, the NFL, NBA, and MLB.  HPLT offers patients a painless, non-surgical and side effect free treatment for conditions previously refractive to traditional medical care.

The mechanism of action for laser therapy comes from its ability at the cellular level to “bio-stimulate” tissue growth and repair.  This results in accelerated wound healing as well as a dramatic decrease in pain, inflammation, and scar tissue formation.  Unlike all other treatment modalities, laser therapy actually “heals” tissue as well as providing a powerful non-addictive form of pain management.  Avicenna’s superior results come from its ability to deliver healing laser energy to the target tissues at any depth.  Simply put, when it comes to traditional Neuro-musculoskeletal medicine or wound care, the Avicenna Laser can out-perform anything in medicine safely and without the potential for side effects.

Some of the Many Conditions that are Responsive to High Power Laser Therapy:

Arthritis; Peripheral Neuropathy (Diabetic & Other Forms); Headaches; Migraines; TMJ; Neck Pain; Shoulder Pain; Rotator Cuff Tears; Back Injuries; Herniated Discs & Sciatica; Tennis & Golfer’s Elbow; Carpal Tunnel Syndrome; Hip & Knee Pain; Plantar Fasciitis; Morton’s Neuroma; Sprains/Strains; Achilles Tendonitis; Shin Splints; Bunion Pain; Toe Nail Fungus; Trigger Points & Muscle Spasms; Post-Op Pain & Wound Healing; Poor Circulation; Stress Fractures; Non-Healing (Diabetic) Wounds

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