With the Battle Underway Optimum Health Laser Centre is Looking for Help to Win the War

May 30, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
LONDON, ON – May 2007 – Everyone is well aware of the ill effects of smoking. In fact most people can say that smoking has negatively impacted their life in some way. The Optimum Health Laser Centre wants to escalate the fight against smoking by making smoking cessation clinics available in all communities across North America.

To accomplish this goal Debra Taylor, the President and CEO of the Optimum Health Laser Group Inc, offers training in how to run your own smoking cessation clinic. After 4 successful years treating smokers in the London Ontario area, Taylor wants to pass on her extensive knowledge and practical experience.

The treatment involves the use of low level laser on accupoints on the ears and hands. The laser stimulates the nervous system which causes the brain to release endorphins, the chemical in your body that makes you feel good, which is what nicotine does. Through the use of lasers your body’s own chemicals are used to replace the need for nicotine.

The training takes approximately 10 days to complete and includes treatment protocols as well as assistance with setting up a clinic and the first few days of operation. Having experienced the pitfalls of business ownership, Taylor wants to pass on the tools for success. Taylor says “the desire to do well is only the beginning to running a successful business. There are practical skills that need to be learned for a business to thrive”.

For further information on owning a smoking cessation clinic contact the Optimum Health Laser Centre toll-free at 1-877-641-0188 or visit our website at www.optimumhealthlaser.com.


The Clinic’s Director and Founder is Debra Taylor, C.L.T., with over 20 years experience in the healthcare industry. After first studying nursing, she then became a successful pharmaceutical representative, and then finally a Certified Laser Therapist. As well as establishing both the laser centre and school in London, she opened a second laser treatment centre in Bolton. She is a passionate and driven individual with a personal stake in promoting health and wellness, having lost both her husband and mother to smoking-related diseases in 2002. Soon after, she dedicated her career to taking a more active role in helping people attain optimum health and wellness.

Debra Taylor