CBC recently featured a story about Acetaminophen as the ‘most common cause of liver injury’ in Canada. It is an article well worthwhile reading. Especially for those who are relying on this common pain killing medication to manage chronic pain.
It turns out that Acetaminophen is not benign at all when taken in large enough doses and/or for a long time. So Health Canada is boosting the labeling requirements for drugs containing this ingredient. But there are significant expert voices in the medical community, who argue that this isn’t going far enough.
Chronic Pain Treatment Alternative to Acetaminophen
Fortunately there is a viable treatment alternative for quite a number of chronic pain conditions. Including Osteoarthritis, Internal Scar Tissue and many more. Cold Laser Therapy is one of the few treatments without side-effects. And it doesn’t just mask the pain like drugs do. It facilitates real healing in the treated tissues. That’s because the targeted light energy is a boost to the ATP production in affected cells. This extra cellular energy allows the body to heal in it’s natural ways, like it was meant to.
In the short term, Cold Laser Therapy does cost more and takes more time than just popping a pill. But in the longer haul, many of these apparently inexpensive and quick drug based pain killing solutions can cause permanent damage to vital organs. And that ends up causing much more time and money than Cold Laser Therapy ever would. If the damage can even be fixed at all.
We wish more people knew about Cold Laser Therapy as a natural and benign alternative to pain-killing drugs.
More info about how Cold Laser Therapy works – and some of the conditions it benefits can be found at our website www.solaj.ca/cold-laser-therapy