Kansas Physical Therapy Partners (KPTP) will hold an open house on Saturday, October 14 from 10 am-2 pm at their clinic, 405 E Iron, with free trial treatments of their LightForce Laser.
As a proud sponsor of the upsoming Salina Crossroads Marathon, this is the perfect opportunity to help treat runners who are suffering from common running injuries, such as Achilles tendinitis, pulled muscles, plantar fasciitis, and shin splints ahead of race day. Runners who have signed up for the upcoming Crossroads running event will also receive a 25% discount on any laser therapy packages purchased that day.
Patients who are interested in scheduling a laser session with Jordan Zuccarelli, DPT, OCS, CMPT, Cert-Dn should call 1-785-572-5787 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a 15-minute trial between 10 am-2 pm.
Deep Tissue Laser Therapy is used to treat pain and inflammation caused by acute and chronic conditions, as well as to aid in post-activity recovery. Treatments are fast, safe, and painless, with most patients seeing results in 3-6 sessions. Laser Therapy is endorsed by several professional clinical organizations, including the World Health Organization, the American Physical Therapy Association, and the International Association for the Study of Pain. Over 3,000 research studies have been conducted in the field.
KPTP is proud to be one of the few practices in the North-Central Kansas region to offer this proven technology as an effective treatment option to our patients. Jordan Zuccarelli, owner and Physical Therapist, says, "The best pain modalities are those which don't just make us feel good, but which also improve the healing of the injured tissue. That's what we get with an infrared laser. The results our patients have experienced for a variety of conditions have been like nothing I've seen from other pain modalities."
KPTP uses physical therapy techniques including manual therapy, exercise, and dry needing in conjunction with their Deep Tissue Laser to not only treat pain but also the underlying physiological causes of a patient's problem.