New Company Cold Laser Protocols to Become the Fountain of Cold Laser Knowledge?

Cold laser therapy is the future of joint pain relief.

Cold Laser Protocols™ is an exciting new company formed to become the go to place for cold laser therapy. The primary focus of the company is the series of protocols or settings which provide doctors administering cold laser therapy to their patients, a standardized approach covering a multitude of pain levels, patient demographics, and type of pain.

These protocols have been developed over a 3 year time period by Dr Scott Coletti and his technician Bradley Wright, at Baywest Health & Rehab, and have produced consistent results in reducing patient’s pain levels in a multitude of areas from low back and neck, to the extremities such as feet and hands.

Although cold laser technology has been around for some 50 years, and has had well over 5,000 papers published on it, there is very little in the way of any standardization in terms of treatment settings or protocols.

With many cold laser equipment manufacturers, each have their own set of generic protocols which are designed to help doctors on their way, it is often left to doctors to establish their own protocols. The problem is this is incredibly time consuming and results are so inconsistent, that many doctors consign their cold laser equipment to the scrap heap.

Cold Laser Protocols™ has been created to not only provide standardization of protocols for treatment no matter what manufacturer of cold laser equipment a doctor may use, but also to receive data from doctors who use the protocol software. This mining of data will prove crucial to the future of Cold Laser Protocols™ as the data received from users will form future updates that will improve and ensure greater pain relief results for patients.

Currently, with the protocols in use at Baywest Health & Rehab, they experience around an 85% success rate in significantly reducing patient pain. With the protocols being used worldwide with many different types of cold laser equipment, it would not be unreasonable to believe that this success rate could exceed 90% and beyond.

Although cold laser therapy has been around for many decades, with the advances of cold laser equipment working alongside Cold Laser Protocols™ we can certainly expect this type of treatment to be the present and future of joint and muscle pain care.

About the author

Dr Scott Coletti DC is a doctor of chiropractic and has been practicing at his clinic, Baywest Health & Rehab in New Port Richey, Florida for over 16 years. He not only treats auto accident victims, but also people experiencing all kinds of joint pain, using techniques such as cold laser therapy and his newly trademark ManipuflexTM procedure. You can visit his main clinic website to learn more, and his new company website for Cold Laser Protocols here,

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