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OrthoLazer Rochester, NY

Monday – Friday : 8 am to 4:30 pm
Saturday – Sunday: Closed

 2210 Monroe Ave
Rochester, NY 14618


Is OrthoLazer Right for you?

We are now offering a free 15-minute consultation at our location with Dan Geen, PT. Dan, an experienced physical therapist and a co-owner of Genesee Valley Physical Therapy, is well versed on the benefits of laser therapy. Click below to schedule your consultation!

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Will train the right candidate to utilize the robotic laser to treat pain and inflammation in patients suffering from acute/chronic musculoskeletal conditions. 
• Administering laser treatments(1-2 per hour) 
• Completing patient progress notes 
• Explain basic laser therapy principles to patients 
• Promote and ensure a safe and comfortable treatment environment 
• Keep treatment rooms organized and sanitary 
• Answer phones, check patients in/out 
• Light office cleaning(shared duty) 
• Part time Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 7:45am-4:30pm 
• Healthcare experience required 
• Highschool Diploma required, Associates degree preferred 
• CPR/AED Certification 

Patient Reviews

Tracy D.
Almost 2 years ago, I took a nasty fall and should have broken just about every bone in my dominant hand. I also should have done some serious damage to the soft tissue/tendons/etc.The fall happened on a Friday evening. I went to the local ER a couple of hours later and they did x-rays. She didn’t see anything broken but was worried about swelling and soft tissue damage, so they put a hard splint on my right hand/arm and I had a referral to a hand surgeon.I was at the hand surgeon’s on Monday afternoon, and while he confirmed no fractures/dislocations/soft tissue damage, he also told me about OrthoLazer Rochester.The fall: I tripped over something I did not see because my arms were full. I had one arm semi-free, and that was my dominant arm/hand. When I fell, my landed with my hand flat on the ground, open…and when I tell you my wrist was hyperextended, well, that’s an understatement. I watched my forearm touch my fingers.I think I had about 4-5 visits with OrthoLazer Rochester and my hand is fully functional without pain. I was back at full use well within a year’s time and I am certain that would not have happened without OrthoLazer. I did not take NSAIDS/Opiods/etc either. It was strictly ice the weekend of the injury and laser treatments.If you are curious as to whether or not they can help you, give them a call.
Beth S.
I swim, bike, run, hike, climb, and garden. I’ve delt with lower back pain due to spinal stenosis for years. Last December I fell really badly on a local trail. The result was ALL my back and abdominal muscles were torn, the sacrum was dislocated, and I probably had microfractures in the pelvis. Very debilitating for months. I tried massage and chiropractic care as well as all the PT exercises and it just wasn’t enough. The muscles just wouldn’t relax and it was very painful to do all the activities I love.What got me going to OrthoLazer was my neighbor. He had been dealing with similar back pain and he had degenerative disks. He had done all the research (FDA approved, equipment developed in Rochester, etc., type of treatment). So I thought why not try because I didn’t want to take the cortisone shots. Been there, done that. The shots not only didn’t work but they weakened my muscles.After my first visit I was thinking this wasn’t going to work. Then the 2nd day it was WOW that nerve still works! I’m almost done with my appointments and the lower back pain is mostly gone. I can now hike 7-8 miles with a backpack on again. And I can run without pain again. I’m training for a trip to Nepal to hike the Annapurna circuit route. Earlier this year, I didn’t think I’d be able to do it. Today I know I can do it thanks to OrthoLazer.The staff at OrthoLazer are friendly and knowledgeable about the process. Yes it’s expensive but so is PT and shots. But it’s worth it and it’s worth giving a less invasive treatment a try.
Christine F.
After breaking my hand and needing surgery, I wanted to be sure to help the healing process as much as possible. I started physical therapy and, thanks to Lorie’s recommendation, added laser treatments about a month into PT. I noticed a huge difference right away. The laser treatments helped with pain and inflammation that I was having after therapy. By having those treatments my hand was healing, while I was able to continue therapy without any down time. I highly recommend Ortholaser treatments for those healing from surgery, while participating in PT. The combination worked fantastically! Thanks to the Rochester Team and my friend Lorie, for helping me heal!
Cass S
I love to crochet in my spare time but I began having such intense pain in my wrist that it kept me from being able to do any crochet work. I was offered a cortisone injection but decided that was not the route I wanted to go. I found out about OrthoLazer from a friend and decided to give it a try. Within just a few treatments I was able to do my crochet work again. I could not believe the difference the laser made, my wrist feels 100% better! The staff are so nice and very knowledgeable! I have told so many of my friends that suffer from pain to give OrthoLazer a try!
John C.
This treatment has been miraculous. My back has never felt better. It has allowed me to bypass more invasive procedures. Highly recommended.
Aliza J.
I have been coming here for pain in my hand after surgery & CRPS. I’m a sonographer and use my hands repetitively all day. This has Really helped manage my pain!!!Wendy Is the technician who works with me and she is Amazing!!!
tammy S.
I have been doing to Ortho Laser for 15 visits following complications from a knee scope and I’m having great results. I was having a ton of inflammation and the laser has made it a night and day difference for the better…I highly recommend you check this place out.
Kori and the whole team are fantastic! I was told by multiple orthopedic surgeons that I needed at least a partial knee replacement if not a full replacement. I struggled to walk 3 miles per day due to pain, and was constantly needing either Voltaren or lidocaine patches to ease the pain.I completed my treatment almost 1-1/2 years ago, and my pain is so much improved that I am able to play pickleball now.I highly recommend OrthoLazer Rochester!
Jason Iorio S.
I injured my knee at work, I tore both my meniscus, grade 2 sprained my ACL and chipped cartilage off of my femur. Cortizone injections were not working and I’m trying to put off the inevitable of getting a knee replacement so I thought I’d give ortholaser a try. The laser therapy has greatly reduced the swelling and I am able to move almost normally. I went from severe pain to moderate or almost no pain in about 12 treatments. I’m on my feet pretty much all day at work and I don’t know what I would have done without these laser treatments. It’s totally life changing.

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