Don’t miss out on the things you love because of joint pain!

If you suffer from joint pain or arthritis, these favorite pastimes can quickly become a thing of the past. Don’t let that happen to you! There are ways to increase your range of motion when you suffer from arthritis or joint pain.

Exosomes: They aren’t aliens. They are a treatment for arthritis.

In plain English, Exosomes are part of cell that looks like a bubble. They were first discovered more than 30 years ago, and they are now a treatment for arthritis.

The Sound of Pain Relief

Sound waves can actually relieve joint pain! The technology known as SAM (aka Sustained Acoustic Medicine) can help you feel your best and treat joint pain without medication.

Heal yourself from the inside with a deep-penetrating laser treatment in just five minutes!

This state-of-the-art laser system, which was designed by a colleague of Causenta’s Founder & CEO Dr. Tom Incledon, is very impressive. It is a joint pain treatment that works in one five-minute session!

Looking for a way to reduce pain after an intense workout?

The Life Light utilizes LED wavelengths to reduce pain and inflammation while improving circulation. It is believed that the various types of light penetrate the skin and produce a biochemical reaction in the cells that help them heal themselves.

Did you know lasers can treat joint pain and inflammation?

We are committed to offering our patients the best care possible, which includes access to the top technology tools on the market. One such item is a laser system by Chattanooga Group.

No, it’s not a jackhammer. It’s a therapeutic technology that relieves pain and helps you move better.

While the Deep Muscle Stimulator (DMS) looks like a power tool made of heavy metal, it is actually a therapeutic technology that can alleviate pain.

Laser System Review: #AskDoctorTom Explains Laser System

A Laser System that was designed by a colleague of Doctor Tom. Using an infrared light that can penetrate deeply into a patient’s body in just 5-10 minutes!

ARPWave Review: #AskDoctorTom Explains ARPWave

The ARPWave is a device that sends an electrical signal into the body alleviating pain and discomfort.

Put pain in your rearview mirror with ARPWave treatment.

The ARPWave is a device that sends an electrical signal into the body alleviating pain and discomfort.