CuraLase clinics has administered over 100,000 treatments to over 8,000 patients from 44 states and 31 countries, establishing an international reputation for exceptional patient care. Achieving over a 90% success rate, CuraLase offers a non-invasive treatment option to individuals with pain. CuraLase delivers a pathway for patients to “get their quality of life back.”
The CuraLase History
Since its founding in 2005, CuraLase has been an innovator in non-invasive Photon Therapy treatment for a multitude of painful conditions. Roger Porter, inventor and engineer, was seeking an alternative treatment for a family member’s excruciating pain from rheumatoid arthritis when he met Frank G. McArthur, MD. Dr. McArthur was the Medical Director of the largest chain of rehab hospitals in the World (Health South). Working together, Porter and McArthur researched and developed an innovative device and initial protocols. In December 2005, the CuraLase device was FDA cleared for its use and sales. The FDA rated the CL1000 with the safest classification awarded to any treatment modality – Non-Significant Risk. The first clinic opened in March 2006 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Porter and a team of seven physicians refined the initial treatment protocols and developed new treatment protocols with great success.
CuraLase was awarded FDA clearance in 2005.
“HARVARD CLINICAL TRIAL PROVES PHOTON THERAPY ACTIVATE STEM CELLS TO REGENERATE TISSUE”
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS)
David J. Mooney, Praveen Arany, Ph.D.,
Harvard’s groundbreaking new research in the use of Photon Therapy to stimulate stem cells to regrow tissue is generating interest and excitement throughout the medical community.
“The mechanistic basis for Photon Therapy of neuropathic pain”
Center of Neurology and Neurosurgery Associates, Beneficência of São Paulo Hospital, São Paulo, Brazil
Holanda VM, Chavantes MC, Wu X, Anders.
These in vitro and in vivo studies indicate that treatment with Photon Therapy can rapidly block pain transmission.
“Photon Therapy following acute hepatectomy most probably stimulates a significant enhancement of liver regeneration”
Department of Zoology, Life Sciences Faculty, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel
Oron U, Maltz L, Tuby H, Sorin V, Czerniak A.
It is concluded that Photon Therapy, following acute hepatectomy, stimulates a significant enhancement of liver regeneration conducive to both the formation of new hepatocytes and MSCs and angiogenesis in the regenerating liver.
“Photon Therapy of the dorsal root ganglion for the treatment of low back pain.”
Post Graduate Program in Biophotonics Applied to Health Sciences and in Medicine, University Nove de Julho-UNINOVE, São Paulo, Brazil.
Holanda VM, Chavantes MC, Silva DF, de Holanda CV, de Oliveira JO Jr, Wu X, Anders JJ.
Photon Therapy irradiation caused an immediate decrease in low back pain post-procedure similar to pain reduction caused by lidocaine injection.