Healing Laser Clinics, Inc. Making a difference

27 Jul

The founders of Healing Laser Clinics Mark, Ken and Melissa have a passion and a clear vision to help with the epidemic of smoking. They take smoking very seriously and will do everything in their power to help smokers break the habit. 

Melissa Morgan lost mother to lung cancer and after 21 years of smoking finally decided to quit smoking.  She was unsuccessful in the past with patches, hypnotherapy, Welbutrin, Smoke-away and trying to quit “cold turkey”.  She heard laser treatments to quit smoking, and although very skeptical, went to the clinic with her boyfriend, Mark. 

Mark, another smoker of 20 years was also extremely skeptical about the quit smoking treatment.  Melissa and Mark walked out of the clinic 45 minutes later and have never had a cigarette since.  Mark called his father; Ken, a smoker of 44 years about the treatment and Ken flew from PA later that month and stopped smoking immediately after treatment. They were all so impressed with their results that they spent all of their spare time studying laser therapy and nutrition. 

Soon after, they opened a clinic in Lake Mary, Florida. On opening day, Melissa dedicated the clinic to the memory of her mother, Judy Morgan.  The clinic has been treating people for smoking cessation and weight loss ever since. Mark, Melissa and Ken love to help other smokers finally kick the habit and they have a sincere understanding of what the smokers are going through and how to help them with Low level laser Therapy.  Now they have locations nationwide and soon worldwide.

It has been over 4 years since Mark, Ken and Melissa quit smoking with cold laser therapy.  Since then, they have treated thousands of clients with the low level laser to quit smoking and dipping.  

Healing Laser Clinics utilizes a safe and painless technology to help you to stop smoking or to quit dipping by utilizing our cutting edge stop smoking laser therapy. We have used it to help people quit smoking in Central Florida for 4 years. Stop smoking laser treatments have been used in Europe for 30 years and Canada for 16 years with an 87% success rate.  Our stop smoking laser therapy is recommended by local physicians because our therapy has no side effects and there is no need to use gums, patches, shots or pills.   

 Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is the application of a “cold” pure laser to treat certain conditions. It has been used to successfully treat many kinds of muscoskeletal injuries because it promotes healing and tissue repair. Laser therapy is quickly becoming the most popular therapy for quitting smoking because there are no side effects and the treatment is immediate, no need to wait for months like some patches and pills that are currently prescribed. When you smoke a cigarette, natural chemicals in your body, called endorphins, immediately signal your brain to make you think you feel better. Nicotine addiction alters the normal endorphin cycle in your body so you have a hard time feeling good without the use of nicotine, whether it is from cigarettes, dip, chew, cigars or pipes.

As you know, the effects of nicotine wear off quickly (usually 1 to 2 hours). As time goes by, endorphin levels in your body drop far below normal, and you begin to feel extremely irritable, upset, stressed, fatigued, and anxious for another cigarette. After you inhale again, endorphin levels are raised back up to a point where you feel better. This continues on and on and on in a never ending cycle.  This is your nicotine addiction and this is why it is difficult to quit smoking or dipping.

Just as cigarettes raise endorphin levels in your body to make you feel relaxed, so does Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT). By naturally elevating levels of endorphins, laser therapy allows you to eliminate nicotine from your body while avoiding the cravings, stress, and irritability most commonly associated with withdrawal. The difference between cigarettes and laser treatment is the laser naturally stimulates your cells to release endorphins over a much longer period of time – 3 to 5 days versus 1 to 2 HOURS for a cigarette.

Pertinent Tobacco Statistics

There are 1.1 billion smokers in the world today, and if things continue as they have, that number is expected to increase to 1.6 billion by the year 2025.

Worldwide, tobacco use will kill more than 175 million people between now and the year 2030.

Current tobacco-related health care costs in the United States total US $81 billion annually. Germany spends an average of US $7 billion, and Australia, US $1 billion each year on health care directly related to tobacco use.

Health care costs associated with secondhand smoke total US $5 billion a year in the U.S.

Healing Laser Clinics is committed to educate, share and change lives on person at a time.

It is estimated that as many as 500 million people alive today will be killed by tobacco use unless significant anti-smoking measures are adopted on a global level.

 Healing Laser Clinics  has already made a difference and will continue to do so.

HLC was awarded the Cross of Lorraine by the American Lung Association.  This is the highest honor given by the American Lung Association and was provided to HLC for our commitment to assisting other companies in providing smoke free environments for their employees.

Healing Laser Clinics President, Mark Marino was just awarded as Volunteer of The Month for February by the American Lung Association.  Healing Laser Clinics proudly donates part of their proceeds to the American Lung Association to help with lung research and to educate children on the dangers of smoking.

Healing Laser Clinics, Inc.

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