Denver Cold Laser Therapy

  • Dr. Miller utilizes the 3LT Erchonia Laser to help increase healing and energy potential of the targeted tissue
  • The Erchonia Laser is the first FDA approved laser on the market given clearance for treatment of chronic pain, lipo-body conturing, and acne.
  • Many patients find that this solution is a much more effective and immediate alternative to traditional pain medications and physical therapy.
  • Combined with forms of advanced chiropractics and other therapy, the Erchonia lasers can help patients lead a normal, active, and healthy life without debilitating pain.

How The Laser Works:Read Dr. Miller’s news article on low-level laser and its therapeutic potential

  • Mitochondria are the primary energy producing organelles within each human cell and the key to aging gracefully
  • The  3LT Laser applies photo-tonic stimulation of these mitochondria in the targeted cells and allows for more ATP production in the targeted cells.
  • When an injured or aged cell has increased ability to produce energy (ATP), it can function better and therefore heal faster.


Q. How does Low-Level Laser (3LT®) work?

A. Photonic stimuli excite the body’s cells infusing them with energy, with the three primary reactions being, reduction of inflammation, cell regeneration and increased blood flow.

Q. Are there any conditions which would prevent me from low-level laser treatment?

A. There are no code regulated contraindications; however, since there are no long term evaluations on certain conditions, Erchonia does not recommend use on pregnant women or persons with a pace maker

Q. Does Low-Level Laser therapy cause heat damage or cancer in the tissue?

A. No, low-level laser by virtue of design is non-heat producing and does not alter the cell structure.  The laser irradiation is non-ionizing, meaning it does not collect in the tissue.

Q. Are there any side effects?

A. Some persons have reported a sense of deep relaxation that may cause drowsiness

Q. Are there any complications to the treatments?

A. There are no known and / or published adverse effects of Low-Level Laser Therapy.