No Drugs, No Injections, No Surgery

Chronic Pain Conditions, Back Pain Relief & More

Serving Phoenix & the Surrounding Communities

At LaserTech Pain and Back Relief Center, we treat a variety of conditions. Our alternative pain treatments have proven to be effective in giving countless patients relief from the chronic pain conditions that hinder them. Whether your pain is a symptom of an injury or caused by a medical condition, our friendly and highly-trained staff is ready to help you.

 

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  • Avatar Gina LoMonaco ★★★★★ a year ago
    Prior to discovering Dr. Zimmerman and LaserTech AZ, I was living with a constant pain in my lower back and hips at a level of 6-8.This pain had been with me for 6+ years but before that, I was … More a very social and active person. I walked everywhere and attended lots of festivals, live music and sporting events. I traveled both for work and fun.The pain started about 6 years ago. As it progressed and intensified, simply sitting at my desk throughout a work day took everything out of me. I stopped traveling and pretty much any type of social activity. A simple trip to the grocery store was even too much. Walking was very difficult, standing and sitting were painful. I got to the point where I couldn’t even stand straight up. Honestly, I was at my wits end.Prior to laser treatments, I tried injections, radio frequency nerve ablation, chiropractic treatment, medication and finally spinal fusion surgery, but nothing worked.Slowly throughout the course of this treatment, my quality of life is returning. I’m standing up straight again, my ability to walk without excruciating pain is back, and my pain level is around 2-3. This is HUGE and I’m not done yet! I can’t say enough about this treatment. For me, it’s been a miracle.

 

We offer pain relief for the following conditions:

  • Arthritis: Are you experiencing pain, stiffness, swelling, or a decreased range of motion? You may be suffering from arthritis. Arthritis affects millions of Americans per year, turning simple tasks into arduous and painful endeavors.
  • Neuropathy: Due to trauma, disease, or infection, your nerves can become damaged, usually in the hands and feet. This is known as peripheral neuropathy. Symptoms include burning, stabbing, or tingling sensations in their extremities.
  • Spinal Stenosis: When your spinal canal begins to narrow, usually due to changes from arthritis, the gaps between your vertebrae shrink. This causes the nerves around your spinal cord to pinch, causing pain and numbness in your extremities or torso.
  • Back Pain Sciatica: Back pain associated with sciatica is usually initiated by a herniated disk in your lower spine. The most common symptom is pain that is spread out over your lower back, side, and legs.
  • Shoulder Pain: We use our shoulder muscles extensively throughout the day. From lifting objects to walking, our shoulder joints and ligaments are constantly in motion. Due to its heavy use, shoulder injuries are common.
  • Knee Pain: Knee pain can be caused by a variety of factors. Injuries, such as torn ligaments and sprains, can have long lasting effects without treatment. Additionally, medical conditions like arthritis and tendonitis can cause extreme pain.
  • Auto Injury: If you’ve been in a car or truck accident, it’s imperative that you seek help right away to ensure what could be a mild and temporary issue doesn’t progress into a severe and potentially chronic one.
  • Sports Injury: If you’ve recently sustained an injury in the participation in or training for a sport or exercise, it’s important that you seek care now while the pain is still mild and acute, rather than letting it progress into a potentially severe and chronic injury.
  • Work Injury: When people think of workplace injuries, they commonly think of injuries sustained in industries such as mining and other similar, potentially dangerous fields. However, a very large proportion of the injuries occur in office and corporate settings as a result of poor posture over a prolonged period of time.

To get on the path to recovery, please contact us for a free consultation at (602) 633-1063.