Cold Laser Therapy (Also known as CLT or LLLT) is a non-invasive, low level light treatment that uses the same wavelengths as red and infrared lasers but at lower power levels. It has been used for over 30 years to treat many conditions including pain. Cold Laser Therapy when applied to specific energy points has also shown to stimulate ‘feel good’ endorphins that can help with nicotine withdrawal and substance cravings, which makes laser therapy a good treatment for addiction related illnesses. Our clinics in Canada can help support you with the natural healing process.
Our Quit Smoking Program has helped thousands of people in Canada overcome nicotine dependence. Laser Therapy for Smoking is an effective treatment.
Our addiction treatment program is designed for those with a substance use disorder. We use cold laser therapy to reduce cravings for drugs including alcohol.
Promote natural 'feel good' endorphins with our Stress Reduction Program. Suitable for those with Anxiety, PTSD and co-morbidities such as Autism and ADHD.
Curb cravings for sugar and carbohydrates by promoting the natural release of endorphins. Cold Laser Therapy can help promote a healthier relationship with food.
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Meridee’s family history was enough for her to know better but not enough to stop her at a young age. Meridee’s family on both sides has been ravaged by Cancer, both from smoking and just naturally occurring. To show you a brief idea of what she was facing…. Meridee’s fathers mom died of cancer thru her entire body (naturally occurring), his father died of lung cancer 20 years later (smoking). Meridee’s mothers family is only worse, with 9 brothers and sisters, her dads family ALL DIED from cancer both natural and smoking).
Meridee started smoking when she was 11 years old. At 20, she had tried EVERYTHING to quit smoking, but having children was the easiest solution to her smoking (like so many women). Determined to stay a non-smoker for her children, she stayed quit for a few years, but she “fell off the wagon” while going thru a very difficult time in her life, which she did for 3 years.