Therapeutic Laser System
and Laser Therapy (LEPT)
in University of Arizona
October 5, 2009.
To Whom It May Concern
I am an integrative physician, with a practice focused on pain. For many years I have used various cold or low intensity laser systems in the treatment of patients suffering from a variety of musculoskeletal disorders and achieved modest benefits associated
with the use of those technologies. In 2008 I became aware of the extensive research
and the devices developed by Drs. Norman and Natasha Salansky.
Using the low energy photonic and laser therapy LEP2000 devices, I have observed its efficacy firsthand. For a number of patients the pain relief was instant and substantial. Many long-time pain sufferers experienced sustained relief after LEP2000 treatments.
In addition, the therapy is comfortable and has no side effects.
I have the IMI Healing Technologies systems in use at two locations where I treat patients-The Integrated Pain Treatment Centre (IPTC) in Toronto and the Southwest Integrative Pain Institute in Tucson, Arizona.
Any practitioner involved in treating patients with musculoskeletal or nerve pain should
consider using LEP2000 as part of an overall approach to improving the health of their
Dr. Heather Tick, M.A., M.D., C.A.F.C
Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Arizona
Adjunct Professor, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
Director, Southwest Integrative Pain Institute, Tucson
Director, Integrated Pain Treatment Center, Toronto