Therapy Services for Pain Relief

Therapy Services for Pain Relief

AlaMed Injury Clinics uses a system of multidisciplinary care. Our team works together to provide you the highest level of pain care all under one roof. Our treatments are designed to improve the bodies’ functionality, to provide lasting pain relief and help to prevent future illnesses and pain conditions.

Our Team of Medical Specialists Offer The Following Treatments:


EWOT (Exercise with Oxygen Therapy)

EWOT is a method of breathing higher levels of oxygen during exercise to increase the amount of oxygen in the patient’s blood plasma. If done correctly, EWOT can yield many preferred effects in as little as 15-minutes a few times a week.


Laser Therapy

Laser therapy helps alleviate pain and repair tissue damage, among other valuable benefits. By quickening the healing process with increased circulation and enhanced tissue repair, laser therapy decreases inflammation and pain. In the management of chronic and acute pain, AlaMed Injury Clinics is the preferred choice for laser therapy.


Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound therapy is a deep heating treatment used to treat many musculoskeletal conditions like sprains, strains, or tendonitis. A wand called a “sound head” is pressed lightly against the skin and moved in small circular sweeps near the site of injury. A small amount of gel is used so the ultrasound waves are absorbed into the skin and muscles.


Electrical Stimulation and TENS

Electrical stimulation and TENS s used to help decrease pain around injured tissue.



Exercise is regulated physical stress applied to the body to help improve strength, range of motion, or flexibility. Exercise can be passive or active.



Traction is used in the treatment of low back pain and neck pain to help lessen pain and improve mobility in the spine.


Hot and Cold Packs

Moist heat, or hot packs, may be applied to the patient’s body after an injury. The heat helps to boost circulation to the injured tissues, relax the muscles, and provide pain relief. Cold packs, or ice, may be applied to the patient’s body to help reduce pain and control inflammation. Ice is usually used during the acute or initial phase of injury to limit localized swelling around the tissue.

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