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Phoenix Thera-Lase System at Creamer PT in La Jolla

Whether you’re an individual seeking lasting pain relief or a professional athlete striving for quick recovery, the Phoenix Thera-Lase System at Creamer PT in La Jolla offers hope and results.

In the world of professional sports, where every second counts and peak performance is paramount, athletes are constantly seeking cutting-edge solutions to enhance their recovery and healing. 

Get Pain Relief: Phoenix Thera-Lase System at Creamer PT in La Jolla
The Phoenix Thera-Laser System is available to all patients at Creamer Physical Therapy in the El Patio building at 7946 Ivanhoe Ave, La Jolla. Owner Gloria Creamer (right) works with a patient at Creamer Physical Therapy in La Jolla. Image courtesy of

The Phoenix Thera-Lase System is one of the newest treatments available at Creamer PT, offered in addition to proven techniques of medical exercise therapy.  At Creamer, you receive personal care in our family-oriented practice. Unlike many clinics, you see the same therapist throughout your recovery.

We are also in-network with most insurance plans that do not require a physician’s prescription or referral.

James Kalenderian is a licensed physical therapist at Sound Side Physical Therapy in Locust Valley, New York.

Speculating on how Patrick Mahomes recovered from injury credited the talent and results to the Chiefs’ rehab team.

Aside from a good physical therapy and athletic trainer team, Kalenderian said he would be “shocked if they were not also using some sort of class-four cold laser in combination with their rehab protocol.”

What Is the Phoenix Thera-Laser?

The Phoenix Thera-Lase System is a high-powered non-invasive laser system for healing and cellular regenerative therapy. The Phoenix laser is the most high-powered, class-four laser.

The high power penetrates more deeply than other lasers, to a 6-inch level. Lower-powered lasers reach more superficial structures such as melanin and blood vessels. The Phoenix Thera-Lase penetrates the cells, stimulating regeneration.

How Does It Work?

The Phoenix Thera-Lase System works by delivering concentrated laser light energy directly to cells. This energy stimulates cellular processes, including increased blood flow, collagen production, and tissue repair. Athletes recovering from injuries or seeking performance optimization benefit from faster healing, reduced inflammation, and enhanced overall well-being.

The Phoenix Thera-Lase System combines power, precision, and efficiency, making it a game-changer in the field of laser therapy. Whether you’re a pro athlete or seeking pain relief, this technology offers hope for a healthier future.

Creamer Physical Therapy: A Beacon of Healing in La Jolla since 1992.

Creamer Physical Therapy has embraced the Phoenix Thera-Lase System as a powerful tool in their arsenal. Gloria Creamer and her team of licensed professionals provide one-on-one personalized care, ensuring that each patient receives the attention they deserve.

Conditions Treated at Creamer Physical Therapy:

  • Orthopedic Issues: Back, neck, shoulder, hip, and knee problems.
  • Balance and Dizziness Disorders
  • Joint Pain and Arthritis
  • Muscle Strains and Ligament Sprains
  • Nerve and Neuromuscular Conditions
  • Osteopenia and Osteoporosis
  • Post-Surgical Spine and Joint Reconstruction
  • Sports and Recreational Injuries
  • Work-Related Injuries
  • Lymphedema

Comprehensive Services:

  • Craniomandibular Rehabilitation
  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Radial Shock Wave Therapy
  • Athletic Sports Enhancement
  • And More

Get Pain Relief Today

For more information or to schedule a consultation with the medical professionals at Creamer Physical Therapy, visit or call (858) 551-8882.

Get Pain Relief: Phoenix Thera-Lase System at Creamer PT in La Jolla

Creamer PT is in the El Patio building at 7946 Ivanhoe Ave. in La Jolla. Open 7 am-6 pm, Mondays through Fridays and  on Saturdays 9 am -2 pm.

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