The CureWave technology is an advanced cutting edge technology. It Revolutionizes the treatment for all soft tissue issues, Acute and Chronic pains and conditions as well as wound care. By reducing the pain and inflammation, the CureWave technology will improve your quality of life.
The CureWave treatments are very comfortable for the patient. Once the patient is interviewed and the issue is diagnosed, the patient will relax on treatment surface. As the treatment begins the patient will experience a warm feeling in the treated area. Many people describe this as warm and relaxing. The provider will continually monitor the surface of the treated area. By continually checking the area, the provider will assure the patient is keeping in a comfortable heat range in the Dermis. Since damaged cells attract more laser energy, the area where the condition is the worst often heats up quicker than the surrounding tissue. The treatment is described by many as relaxing and feel a sense of tingling in the area.
From young athletes who suffer an acute injury to elderly patients with chronic pain, our system creates significant improvements in well-being for numerous conditions in patients of all ages.
Here is what clients have to say about CureWave Treatments
Frequently Asked Questions
Do Treatments Hurt? No. Many patients find the treatment comfortable and soothing.
How many treatments will I need? The number of treatments is based on a few factors; age, location of condition, how long you have experienced the pain and consistency of treatments.
What should I expect? A patient will experience an increased range of motion, better sleep, more activities, less need for pharmaceuticals as they receive treatment(s).
Will it work on older injuries? Yes. It works well with older injuries. Many patients have chronic pain (older than 6 months). The older the condition, the more sessions the injury may require.
Can I treat over implants? Yes. It is cellular driven and is safe to treat with breast implants, artificial joints, pace makers and valves
Can I have too many treatments? If you schedule too many treatments in a day, you will feel exhausted, as if your body just had a challenging work out.
Post Treatment Instructions
After receiving a treatment with the CureWave, patients may experience any of the following sensations and or effects to their body. The following are common and not concerning. The CureWave treatments are a non-invasive, low risk and will excite the damaged cells and start the body healing itself in a fraction of the time.
A patient may feel fatigued in an area that has been treated. The laser is stimulating the cells, both healthy and damaged, in the area. This may bring a sensation similar to a work out at the gym.
Some patients feel as if they are more tender than usual and will rest earlier and engage the treated area.
When treating around the hip and lower trunk area, the toxcitities in the organs and intestines will release the toxins and cause a temporary, 12 hours of mild diarrhea or loose bowels. This is a positive indication and the patient should not be alarmed.
Many patients feel a tightness when they are treated in the neck and shoulders. The range of motion improves and the comfort increases, but they may experience some tightness.
Patients will feel a tingling sensation, not painful, in the treated area. Letting them know these symptoms will keep them on schedule for additional treatments as well as continually improving their condition.
Signicant improvement for a wide range of conditions CureWave has successfully treated the following conditions demonstrating the lasers safety and efficacy. The scope of application for the CureWave System is broad, encompassing dozens of conditions that respond inconsistently to other therapies.
Acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain
Adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder)
Buerger’s disease (thromboangiitis obliterans)
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Cervical spine Cranial nerve VII (facial nerve) repair
Following dental surgery
Headaches (vascular and muscular)
Lateral and medial epicondylitis (tennis and golf elbow)