- Over 10,000+ Smokers Treated
- Nicotine-free Method to Quit Smoking
- Control your nicotine cravings
- Overcome psychological addiction
- Begin your new smoke-free life
How does it work?
Low-level laser therapy is used for smoking cessation and the procedure operates on principles that are similar to the 5,000 year-old ancient Asian healing art of Acupuncture. Acupuncture is known to reduce tension, increase circulation, and enable the body to relax more deeply.
- 30-minute low-level procedure
- Relaxing and Inspiring
- Non-invasive and pain-free
Quit now. Live Free.
Entrepreneur Craig Nabat, unsuccessfully tried to quit smoking with the nicotine patches and gum, then he soon used laser therapy in Canada to treat his nicotine addiction. He was a former pack and half day smoker before he was treated. Nabat's first-hand battle with nicotine addiction sparked a fire in him to help others struggling to quit smoking. In April 2003, he established
Freedom Laser Therapy in Los Angeles, California.
Is laser therapy safe?
Laser therapy is non-invasive and drug free, the procedure has been widely used internationally for over 35 year. Quit Smoking Laser Therapy has been performed on tens of thousands of smokers in the United States as early as 2003.
The laser probe used in Freedom Laser Therapy’s clinic is a low-level laser or “soft” laser, no more powerful than a 20 watt light bulb.
What parts of the body receive laser?
A low-level laser is applied to specific acupuncture points on the hands, face, wrist and ears, which are associated with nicotine addiction.
Is laser therapy covered by medical insurance?
Low-level Laser Therapy for smoking cessation is not eligible for health insurance coverage at this time. The cost of Freedom Laser Therapy’s program is $349, less than 1/3 of a smoker’s typical annual cigarette expenditure of approximately $2,550.
How many laser sessions are needed?
Freedom Laser Therapy’s procedure involves one 30-minute session. Low level laser is intended to increase the body’s production of endorphins, thereby reducing the physical withdrawal symptoms and cravings normally associated with quitting smoking. The quit smoking laser therapy session assists the smoker in overcoming the initial symptoms of withdrawal, which are the most difficult during the first 72 hours after quitting smoking.
Are there any health or medical conditions that would prevent me from going through the quit smoking laser therapy procedure?
If you have cancer or epilepsy, are pregnant, use a pacemaker or are taking photosensitive medication, laser therapy should not be used for smoking cessation. Not treating these particular clients is a precautionary measure. Freedom Laser Therapy does not diagnose or treat illness or prescribe medication. Laser therapy is not intended to replace medical care. We recommend that you consult your physician for a professional diagnosis of your health.
Is it guaranteed?
The low-level laser does not remove your psychological addiction to nicotine. Each client has a unique level to his/her addiction, so laser therapy cannot be guaranteed. Freedom will work closely with each client to support them in achieving their goals.
What is the cost of the quit smoking laser therapy procedure and what is included?
The cost of Freedom’s quit smoking laser therapy program is $349. In addition to the laser therapy treatment, clients receive a quit smoking support kit that includes a free book on nicotine addiction, commitment to success booklet, anti-smoking DVD’s, a homeopathic craving relief spray, additional quitting support materials, a thirty day supply of antioxidants, and additional support materials. Freedom Laser Therapy’s procedure is designed to free the smoker from nicotine addiction in one 30 minute session. The cost of a re-activator session is $50, if needed. Each additional session thereafter is $99.
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