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Dryden, NY 13053 US


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Conditions that Low Level Laser Therapy can help

Conditions That

Low Level Laser

Therapy Can Help:

Abdominal Cramping Abdominal Inflammation/Pain Abrasions
Abscess Achilles Tear/Strain Acidosis
Acid Reflux Acne Adenoids
ADD/ADHD Addiction Addison's Disease
Adhesions Adhesive Capsulitis Adrenal
AIDS Allergies Alopecia
Alzheimer's Amenorrhea Amoebas
ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) Amnesia Anemia
Angina Anosmia (loss of sense of smell) Anxiety
Appendicitis Arrythmias Arteriosclerosis
Arthritis Asthma Ataxia
Athlete's Foot Atrophy Backache
Bacterial Infection Bed Sores Bedwetting
Bell's Palsy Insect Bites Bladder Issues
Bleeding Gums Bloating High Blood Pressure
Low Blood Pressure Blood Sugar Balance Boils
Bone Fracture Bowel Issues Bradycardia
Brain Damage Bronchitis Bruises
Buerger's Disease Bunions Burns
Bursitis Calcium Deposits Candida
Canker Sores Capsulitis Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
Cartilage Damage Cataracts Chest Pain
Chicken Pox Cholecystitis Cholelithiasis
Chronic Fatigue Chronic Pain Circulation Problems
Cirrhosis Cold Sores Colds and Flu
Colitis Concussion Confusion
Congestion Congestive Heart Failure Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)
Constipation Cramps (Muscle) Cranial Nerve Damage
Crohn's Disease Cuts Cushing's Syndrome
Cytomegalovirus Depression Dermatitis
Detoxification Diabetes Diabeic Neuropathy
Diabetic Ulcers Digestion Problems Disc Herniation
Dizziness Dupuytren's Contracture Dyslexia
Ear Ache Ear Infection Eczema
Edema Emotional Stress Emphysema
Endometriosis Epistaxis Epstein-Barr virus
Esophagitis Exercise Recovery Eye Conditions
Facet Syndrome Facial Paralysis Fever
Fever Blisters Fibromyalgia Flu
Food Poisoning Fracture Gallbladder Issues
Gall Stones Ganglion Cyst Gerd
Gingivitis Glaucoma Gluomerulonephritis
Goiter Gout Headache
Heartburn Hemorrhoids Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B Hepatitis C Hernia
Herpes Simplex 1 Herpes Zoster HIV
Hives Hormone Balance Hot Flashes
Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Hyperactivity Hyper/Hypo-tension
Hyper/hypo-thyroid Hyper/Hypo-glycemia Impotence
Incontinence Indigestion Infection
Inflammatory Bowel Disease Inflammation Influenza
Insect Bites Irritable Bowel Syndrome Ischemia
Jaundice Keloids Kidney problems
Kidney Stones Large Intestine Problems Laryngitis
Ligament Damage Liver Damage Loss of Smell
Loss of Taste Low Back Pain Lung Damage
Lyme Disease Lymphadenitis Lymphatic Issues
Macular Degeneration Memory Problems Meniere's Disease
Meniscus Sprain Menopause Menstruation Problems
Mental Fatigue Migraine Motion Sickness
Multiple Sclerosis Muscle Pain Muscle Spasm
Myocardial Infarction Nausea Neurogenic Inflammation
Neuropathy Nervousness Nose Bleed
Numbness Nystagmus Ocular Motility Disorders
Ocular Nerve Disorders Olfactory Nerve Disorders Osgood-Schlatter Disease
Oseoarthritis Osteoporosis Otitis
Pain Pancreas Disorders Parasites
Paresthesia (Numbness) Pink Eye Plantar Fasciitis
Pneumonia Polycystic Kidney Disease Polycystic Ovary
Post Operative Scar Revision Post Operative Wound Healing PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
Postnasal Drip PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome) Pre-op
Prostate Disorders Psoriasis Puncture Wounds
Rash Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) Renal Problems
Respiratory Disorders Restless Leg Syndrome Retinitis Pigmentosa
Rheumatism Ringworm Rosacea
Scar Tissue Sciatica Sedation
Seizures Shingles Sinusitis
Skin disorders Sleep Apnea Small Intestine Disorders
Sore Throat Spasm Spider Veins
Spleen Disorders Sprains Staph Infection
Stings Stomach Disorders Stomach Ulcers
Strain Strep Infections Stress
Stroke Sty Sunburns
Swimmer's Ear Swollen Ankles Tachycardia
Teeth Disorders Tendonitis Tension Headaches
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Throat Disorders Thrush
Thyroid Disorders Tinnitus TMJ disorders
Tonsillitis Toothache Ulcers
Ulcerative Colitis Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Varicose Veins
Vertigo Venereal Warts Viral Infections
Vomiting Water Retention Warts
Wounds Yeast

We now offer hydrotherapy on our AquaThermassage III table.

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  • "Amazing work performed at this office. Professional and talented. You walk in feeling welcome and walk out part of a great group. My body has been salvaged over and over! The absolute best chiropractors,"
    by Beth - 03/22/2011

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