Your children may be the best behaved they can be, but when you have to spend quite a bit of time waiting to be seen at a walk-in clinic, they can quickly become agitated and restless. Even though wait times at a walk-in clinic are nowhere near as bad as they can be at a doctor's office, you still may be waiting for a bit in a crowded room where there is not a lot of stimulation for a energetic child who probably does not feel that great.
If you suffer from fibromyalgia, you've probably tried a variety of things to get your symptoms under control. Medication, exercise, dietary supplements, and therapy are all common treatment options. However, if you're still not able to cope with the pain and other symptoms—or you would prefer treatment without medication—cold laser therapy may be a viable option.
What is cold laser therapy?
Cold laser therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy, involves the use of weak lasers to provide pain relief and speed up healing in injured cells.