Theralase Laser Technology (TSXV:TLT) (OTC:TLTFF), Used By Star Athletes for Pain Management
Whitefish, MT / June 2, 2014 / Theralase Technologies Inc. (TSXV:TLT) (OTC:TLTFF), a key player in the life sciences industry is breaking ground with its laser pain treatments for celebrity athletes. Baseball legend Roy Halladay and tennis star James Blake are just two of many celebrity sports athletes that have extensively used and vouch for Theralase’s TLC-1000 Cold Laser System, a system developed and optimized over the last 20 years.
Extensive clinical research proves that the TLC-1000 is able to reduce pain and accelerate tissue healing, dramatically improving the lives of both professional athletes and the everyday person experiencing muscle pain, joint pain or fatigue. The Theralase super pulsed laser system can penetrate up to 4? into tissue, to promote cellular regeneration at the source of the injury and is the only laser on the market known to activate all three cellular pathways.
Theralase has over 800 systems installed and in use in Canada, with an additional 400 more systems in the US and internationally. To date, over 1 million patients have been successfully treated, and that number is growing daily.
“I had to withdraw from the Rogers Masters in Montreal due to a severe abdominal muscle strain,” said James Blake, #14 ranked professional tennis player in 2007. “For the next two weeks, I had two laser treatments per day with the Theralase(r) 1000 cluster laser, which accelerated the tissue healing and reduced the pain... Theralase(r) laser treatments were very helpful in accelerating my recovery time.”
In addition to healing injuries, many athletes use the technology to maintain musculoskeletal health. Roy Halladay, Cy Young Award Winner and former Major League Baseball all-star, used the technology in this way during his professional baseball career, saying, “I use the Theralase(r) laser to keep my throwing arm healthy. It reduces fatigue and allows me to play at my peak, game after game