Peak Medical Offers Neurolumen Pain Therapy

June 25, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
June 25, 2014 - Berkeley Heights, NJ Peak Medical, continuing its commitment to delivering cutting edge pain management, now offers Neurolumen. This new device controls pain and improves circulation with infrared light, laser therapy and electrical stimulation. Neurolumen has been approved by the FDA.

For many patients, drugs and surgery are either ineffective or not feasible as a means of controlling chronic pain resulting from injury or illness. Neurolumen gives the pain management specialists at Peak Medical a new option for patients, allowing many of them to greatly improve their quality of life. The doctors at Peak Medical utilize Neurolumen for patients with neuropathy, arthritis and headaches.

Neurolumen uses light therapy, laser and electrical stimulation to alleviate pain and improve circulation. The device consists of six wraps that can be wrapped around areas of the body experiencing pain. Each treatment session takes about half an hour to complete, and patients often leave feeling immediate, drastic improvement.

With Neurolumen, the New Jersey pain management specialists at Peak Medical gain an important new tool in the fight to control pain and improve the quality of life of their patients. Peak Medical's commitment to staying abreast of the latest developments in pain management is what makes it one of New Jersey's leading pain management and rehabilitation centers.

Peak Medical offers a variety of pain management and physical therapy services in the New Jersey area. For more information, visit or call 908-665-0770.

About Peak Medical
Peak Medical is a multi-doctor, multi-disciplined wellness facility in Berkeley Heights, N.J. Established in the late 1970s, the facility has expanded its practice over the years to include chiropractic, kinesiology, traditional medical doctors, and acupuncture. Peak Medical can assist patients with a variety of needs, including fibromyalgia, chronic pain, and sports injuries.

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