Cooperative Medicine Center Addresses Pain
Apr 02, 2016 12:15PM
David Rindge, DOM, RN, brings state-of-the-art laser therapy, laser needle acupuncture and pulsed electromagnetic field therapy to Melbourne. The goal at the Center for Cooperative Medicine is to resolve a patient’s pain or at least reduce it by half within 6 to 12 visits.
“Most of our patients report immediate pain relief and functional improvement at the first visit,” said Clinic Director, David Rindge. “We focus on a broad range of lasers, laser needle acupuncture and pulsed electromagnetic field therapy because of the science behind them and because of the positive results and lack of side effects we’ve seen over many years. Providing rapid, effective and affordable pain therapy has been our top priority since we opened in 1999. If you have been told you will just have to live with pain or that your health or a particular condition cannot be improved, think again!”
The Center for Cooperative Medicine, PA, 1601 Airport Blvd, Ste 1, Melbourne. Visit CooperativeMedicine.com to learn more. Call 321-751-7001 for an appointment.