Center for Cooperative Medicine Launches Online Resource Library
The Center for Cooperative Medicine is excited to announce their new website housing an extensive educational library. This easy-to-navigate resource houses thousands of studies organized by condition and topic. The libraries for laser therapy and bioelectromagnetic therapy offer research, case studies, and answers to frequently asked questions. Laser Therapy is the therapeutic application of laser light at low intensity. Bioelectromagnetic therapy is the application of electromagnetic fields to treat disease and promote wellbeing. Visitors to the site will discover how these cutting-edge therapies can address a multitude of issues including pain, injuries, skin, ear, and lung disorders, and digestive issues.
David Rindge, DOM, LAc, RN has more than 35 years experience as a registered nurse, perfusionist (heart-lung machine operator), respiratory therapist, clinical lab technologist, doctor of oriental medicine and acupuncture physician. He has written a regular column on for Acupuncture Today and taught classes for certification in laser and bio-electromagnetic therapies to licensed health care professionals through Healing Light Seminars since 2002.
Center for Cooperative Medicine is located at 279 North Babcock in Melbourne. New patients mentioning Natural Awakenings receive a $25 discount. For more information visit www.CooperativeMedicine.com or call 321-751-7001.