Dr. Wayne Terai has suffered a loss in his family. His mother Linda passed away October 15, 2017. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Central Okanagan Hospice Association. The office may experience altered hours over the next couple of weeks, so please bear with us during this difficult time.
Healing Your Body Naturally
When you're in pain, you want to feel better fast
and get back to the things you enjoy.
Kelowna Laser Therapy Clinic can help you:
- speed healing and recovery time from injuries
- reduce inflammation
- reduce pain
- promote natural healing
- regain mobility and range of motion
- reduce the need for medications or even surgery
- receive non-invasive therapy with no side effects
Laser therapy stimulates your body's own natural healing rather than temporarily masking the symptoms of pain. Treatments work in a curative manner to heal injuries. Laser treatments are absorbed deeply into damaged muscles, tendons, ligaments and tissues to stimulate the production of ATP - the fuel for cells - so more energy is available to repair injuries. This can restore normal function, resolve chronic inflammation, and eliminate pain while promoting natural healing.
Right now, bring in a non-perishable food donation* and we will waive the $20 fee for the initial consultation.
Call us at 250-860-4518 to book today!
*We donate to the Society of Hope
"There is no other system in the world that is comparable or gets such outstanding results."
- Dr. Leonard Rudnick, Chief Principal Investigator, FDA clinical trials of Laser Therapy
BioFlex Low Intensity Laser Therapy is the treatment of choice for:
Kelowna Laser Therapy Clinic is the largest laser therapy clinic in the Interior of BC offering Meditech BioFlex Low Intensity Laser Therapy (LILT) treatment. We have recently expanded to meet the growing demand for this highly effective therapy!
Remembrance Day weekend. Office will be closed.
Professional Development. Office will be closed.
*MSP premium rates and the Regular Premium Assistance program changed effective January 1, 2017. As a result, more British Columbians are eligible for assistance with their MSP premiums.
For more information, click here.