Earl, a 55 year old male, developed knee pain while working one day around the house. He was diagnosed with an inflamed or possibly torn ligament in his knee. After a few weeks of pain killers the pain persisted without signs of abating. Still concerned Earl went back to have his knee reexamined, to find he had cartilage damage in his knee. Surgery was recommended.
Hoping to avoid this surgery, Earl tried low intensity Laser Therapy. After only a couple of treatments he reported a remarkable reduction in his pain. By the fifth treatment he was pain free. After eight treatments he was discharged and remains in good condition a year later.