Low level laser therapy is a technologically advanced way to help eliminate the physical cravings of nicotine-related addiction, without adding nicotine, and chemicals to the body.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is this treatment safe?
Yes, the FDA has ruled that low level laser therapies are safe and considered a “non significant risk.”
How can Laser Therapy help me stop smoking?
Our Laser treatment is a pain free, non-invasive low level laser beam applied to specific acupressure points of the body associated with nicotine addiction. It is non-invasive and pain free. This stimulates and helps release endorphins, the body’s natural chemical which help relieve nicotine cravings. It also helps for weight control when we apply additional Laser points associated with weight loss.
Where is the laser applied?
The laser is used on the ears, nose, hand, and wrist.
Are there any side effects to laser treatment?
There are no adverse side effects to our therapy treatments.
Can I have treatments while I am pregnant?
Pregnant patients are not candidates for our laser therapies.
How should I prepare of the appointment?
We highly recommend that you cleanse your daily routines of any smoke related materials. This includes clearing out items from your car, office, and home. Please remove any cigarettes, vapes, lighters, ash trays, etc. prior to attending your first treatment. WE do allow patients to experience their last smoking related substance before starting the treatment. The most important preparation for our therapies is to arrive with a positive mindset, and understanding the benefits quitting bad habits. Our staff will give you full service and attention as you become a non-smoker.
Can I bring my children or pets to an appointment?
We do not recommend that you arrive to your appointments with any pets or children. They will not be permitted in the treatments areas, and we do not provide proper facilities to care for them during your treatments.
Any additional questions?
Please feel free to give us a call at (702-688-9406) or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org