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Dr. Buck uses an infrared laser that encompasses four specific wavelengths of light known to affect certain targets within soft tissue. At the most refined level, Dr. Buck targets the Mitochondria which are intensely stimulated by infrared laser exposure.  Dr. Buck’s laser has the power to penetrate upwards of 10-12cm into the body giving us access to the key areas we treat in the head and neck region.  

We all have trillions of Mitochondria, and they are the source of all life energy, sort of the battery packs for cells to live and thrive.  The laser can reach Mitochondria within the cells.  Increased Mitochondrial activity is vital to healing any damaged tissue, as it increases energy available for all functions related to regeneration. Also, the wavelengths that are used are known to increase micro-circulation within tissues.  In addition, the laser stimulates increased immune function. The net effect is profound, including reduction in pain and eradication of trigger points within muscles along with rapidly increased total healing of chronically inflamed and damaged soft tissues including ligaments; tendons; muscles; fascia; bone; cartilage; vasculature; nerves; lymphatics.

Learn more about treating your chronic pain with infrared laser treatment by meeting with Dr. Buck for a consultation.  Click here to make an appointment.

Dr. Buck's Philosophy

Epigenetic Orthodontics opens and protects the airway enhancing breathing both during sleep and awake activities.

Dr. Buck practices a philosophy that integrates airway into all diagnosis and treatments. Traditional approaches do not consider the functioning capacity of the airway and how treatment can negatively, or positively affect breathing and sleep. A compromised airway puts health at risk at any age. If TMJ treatments, orthopedics, and orthodontics are planned well the airway is protected or enhanced. In fact in adults who have sleep apnea, facial orthopedic treatment can increase room for the tongue, and airway. There is increasing evidence that has demonstrated that mild to moderate sleep apnea can be cured with the approach Dr. Buck uses.

Please visit this site for more information; Airway Health