Pain and Laser Centers of North Carolina, pllc located in Greensboro, is the premier laser treatment center of the Carolinas. Using Lasera, a treatment protocol developed by Dr. Aaron Williams, DC, we are able to treat chronic pain efficiently and affordably.
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Although laser therapy was developed in the 1960s, it was just approved by the FDA in 2002. Since it’s approval, laser therapy has been used across the country including professional sports teams. As a matter of fact, the New York Yankees have made it an important part of their training table.
We’re the only laser therapy clinic in Greensboro using the revolutionary Lasera technology, developed by our own Dr. Aaron Williams. This state-of-the-art, non-invasive therapy is ideal for treating acute or chronic pain from illness or injury, and has been used to manage the effects of tendinopathy, rheumatoid arthritis, neck or back pain, herniated discs, contusions, neuropathy, and more.
Contact us online or give us a call at (336) 815-5800, and we’ll be happy to set up a consultation for laser therapy!
" I have truly enjoyed getting to know all the professionals at my Pain and Laser Center in Greensboro. From the first day I came in everyone remembered my name and the attention was remarkable. The nurses are the best! "
" Dr. Williams is the perfect balance of compassion, caring and professionalism. "
" The laser treatments have reduced pain and improved my function and ability to do everyday chores. It has increased my circulation which seems to help me move about easier and with more flexibility. "
After being treated, Gerry says "it literally improved the quality of my life from the second treatment."
Candy could not drive due to pain in her feet. After treatment, Candy is driving again and feeling like she's "walking almost like a normal person."
Janice is suffering from nerve and ligament damage. After treatments by Dr. Evans, Janice says that "it's wonderful not to have such pain now.
Carol had seen three doctors and was taking several prescription drugs, however her vertigo was not getting any better. After three weeks
Mike had trouble lifting his left arm and even had trouble when walking his dog. After laser treatments and chiropractic therapy,