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Peak Medical Can Help Patients Live Life Without Pain

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Deep Tissue Laser Therapy Credits: Peak Medical
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Therapy at Peak Medical Credits: Peak Medical
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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Does pain rule your life? Can you imagine your life without pain? The Doctors at Peak Medical, located in Berkeley Heights, say it may be possible to get rid of that pain permanently! Peak Medical has been restoring patients' energy levels and eliminating their pain. Originally the facility was established in 1978 and has since expanded to become Peak Medical.

Peak Medical is a mulit-doctor, multi-disciplined medical center that offers Chiropractic, Applied Kinesiology, Acupuncture, Physical Therapy, as well as exercise, diet and nutritional services. The philosophy at Peak Medical is to provide a caring, comprehensive and diversified approach to restoring and maintaining good health with a strong emphasis on patient education. According to Jerry Cooke, director of Public Relations, the doctors and therapists at Peak Medical are some of the finest in the state. They are highly skilled and caring doctors who understand the importance of the patient and their concerns. They treat their patients as they would their own family.

One exciting new method being used is Deep Tissue Laser Therapy. It is an innovative, scientific-based therapeutic treatment that offers advanced pain relief and speeds up healing time through a process known as photobiostimulation. It delivers deep penetrating light energy to injured areas to reduce inflammation and pain and increases circulation to quicken the healing process. It is technologically advanced care for a wide range of patient conditions. The procedure works because cells that are damaged as a result of injury have a high response to laser therapy. Cells are sensitive to light and when penetrated by a laser it creates a cascade of events which results in increased regeneration and healing of damaged cell tissue. It is used for carpal tunnel, headaches, shoulder pain, elbow pain, knee pain, sciatica, hip pain, neck pain, lower back pain, and fibromyalgia as well as many other symptoms.

“We want the patient to play an important part in the care and treatment they receive. We have an excellent success rate, “ Cooke added. “That’s why people keep referring family and friends to Peak Medical.”

To read testimonials from patients, click here http://www.peakmedicalnow.com/testimonials.

In addition to helping patients at the facility, Peak Medical stives to educate the community. They provide free seminars and lectures to local corporations and sponsor local events. “A healthy person is an educated one.” Cooke says.

“We strive to provide total body wellness,” said Cooke, “and here at Peak Medical, we can.”

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call (908) 665-0770.

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