Simply, Pain Relief.

Laser therapy is a proven, opioid free, effective pain relief treatment for athletes, surgical recovery, and everyone who suffers from musculoskeletal pain.

It’s time to take back your life, and OrthoLazer can help.

Soft Tissue Injuries

Arthritis Pain

Surgical Recovery

Exclusive Technology

The exclusive technology used in OrthoLazer Centers is the MLS M8 Robotic Laser Therapy – the most advanced therapy laser in the market today. FDA-cleared to treat pain and inflammation, the MLS M8 Robotic Laser technology is non-invasive, fully automated, and completely safe. It works by emitting specific wavelengths of light to treat painful and debilitating conditions. Light energy enters the damaged cells and stimulates intracellular activity, reducing pain in the treated area, and speeding recovery time. It treats the pain and inflammation associated with many common orthopedic conditions including back pain, rotator cuff tears, tennis elbow, sciatica, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, ankle tendinitis, and more.

Patient Experience

OrthoLazer centers deliver a level of care that consistently exceeds patient expectations.

“This has been an awesome experience. The staff are phenomenal and super caring. I had my neck done and it was very successful. I even had my plantar fasciitis handled. I have suffered for 3 years and this has been the only thing to help me walk.”

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CDC includes laser therapy in proposed guidelines for opioid use.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is updating its guidelines for opioid use (last updated in 2016). We are thrilled to report the proposed guidelines mention the benefit of low-level laser therapy (LLLT) as a potential non-pharmacologic treatment option for multiple pain scenarios.

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Proudly Announcing:
OrthoLazer & AAOS

The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) has included laser therapy in its latest recommendations for the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee joint.