LaserMed Pain Solutions

LaserMed Pain Solutions

Safe & Effective Pain Treatment

Accelerating Tissue Repair and Healing along with Pain Control. Addresses Healing and Repair, unlike Traditional Pain Management.

This revolutionary laser is the first of it’s kind in Australia. It uses customised multi wavelength High Power Laser at 100 watt continuous power with Zimmer cryo therapy, to effectively treat:


LaserMed Pain Solutions treatment of pain

This Laser from ASPENLaser Treats Various Pain Issues With Incredible Healing Benefits

Dr Mark Miller


Dr of Chiropractic, Cert of Attainment

Meet Dr Mark Miller, an Allied Health Practitioner specialising and certified in High Power Laser Therapy (HPLT). He enjoys helping patients achieve pain relief with most chronic and acute conditions.

Dr Mark Miller graduated from the University of West Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine. He then attended Life University in Georgia graduating with his Doctorate in Chiropractic in 1996. Mark has a wealth of 25 years experience and has owned and operated 3 multidisciplinary Chiropractic and Physiotherapy clinics with an emphasis in spinal disc rehabilitation in Arizona.

Dr Miller has an interest in most sports and has competed in National body building contests as a hobby. The majority of his free time is spent with his family and keeping up with two very active young sons.

In practice, Dr Miller makes it a priority to care for his patients as if they were a part of his own family and he is devoted to helping improve their quality of life. Dr Miller looks forward to meeting you and helping with your health goals.


Targets Inflammation HDLT


Laser therapy has an antiedemic effect as it causes vasodilation (dilation of blood vessels, decreasing blood pressure), it also activates the lymphatic drainage system (drains swollen areas). As a result, there is a reduction in swelling caused by bruising or inflammation.



It has a high beneficial effect on nerve cells which block pain transmitted by these cells to the brain which decreases nerve sensitivity. Due to less inflammation, there is less edema and less pain. It also produces high levels of painkilling chemicals such as endorphins and enkephalins from the brain and adrenal gland.


Laser light will significantly increase the formation of new capillaries in damaged tissue that speeds up the healing process, closes wounds quickly and reduces scar tissue.


Photons of light from lasers penetrate deep into tissue and accelerate cellular reproduction and tissue regeneration and growth. Laser light increases the energy available to the cell so that the cell can take on nutrients faster and get rid of waste products. As a result of exposure to the laser light, the cells of tendons, ligaments and muscles are repaired faster.


Neuropathy Laser Treatment



Also known as PBMT

Most treatments currently in use for neuropathy are geared towards treating the symptoms. Laser therapy treats underlying causes. At LaserMed Pain Solutions we have two customised High Power Laser Therapy devices that redefine pain management.

The HPLT High Power Laser Therapy Multi Wave 100 watt can help treat the underlying causes of neuropathy and help with symptom management by actually stimulating microcirculation around the nerve fibers, which in turn increases blood flow to the nerves and helps to heal and regenerate nerve tissue. Initially pain and inflammation are reduced and long-term effects come from restoring normal nerve function.

The HPLT High Power Laser Therapy Multi Wave 100 watt is painless and the short-term cessation of symptoms such as numbness, burning and tingling come from suppression of pain receptors. The long term effects come from increased blood flow to the affected nerve tissue with ultimate healing of the pathological nerve tissue.

Other positive results from laser therapy for peripheral neuropathy also may include normal restoration of balance and sensation.

Arthritis Laser Treatment



Arthritis is more than just worn down tissue. The term “arthritis” refers to over 100 joint diseases, and these diseases affect millions of all ages, genders, and races. In fact, arthritis is the leading cause of disability in America. Arthritis is a chronic and progressive disease in many of its forms, meaning early identification is important to managing the disease.

While anyone can develop arthritis, the condition is more common among women, and people are more likely to develop it as they age.

How laser therapy helps arthritic joints?

Laser therapy is a type of photobiomodulation that uses concentrated red light to target a specific area in the body. Red light has been shown to activate the mitochondria of the body’s cells, which allows for great production and transport of energy at the cellular level. This has a variety of effects helpful to managing arthritis symptoms:

REDUCE PAIN: By decreasing production of pain-eliciting chemical, bradykinin.

IMPROVE VASCULAR ACTIVITY: Through temporary widening of the blood and lymphatic vessels, allowing for more nutrients to supply a damaged area and improve lymphatic drainage.

INCREASED PRODUCTION: of inflammatory medicators to accelerate and resolve inflammation quickly.

Laser therapy is best for degenerative forms of arthritis, such as osteoarthritis. It combines well with physical therapy to reduct pain, build joint strength, and maintain range of motion. There are no side effects to laser therapy, and it can be used in combination with ice therapy, braces and other assistive devices, and anti-inflammatory medications. Additionally, there’s no downtime for laser therapy treatments; patients can return to their normal activities at the end of each appointment.

Fibromyalgia Pain Treatment



This complex condition is characterised by widespread pain, along with muscle tenderness, fatigue, and trouble sleeping. With no cure for fibromyalgia, one of many of those diagnosed with the disease experience a lot of pain without knowing when, if, or how it might reduce or disappear.

Fibromyalgia treatment is generally focused on pain management, which is crucial to reducing discomfort and improving quality of life. Many times, people need to step outside of traditional medical treatments found when seeking treatment for a complex condition like fibromyalgia. For many, alternative treatments can provide meaningful relief for the chronic pain and inflammation that accompanies fibromyalgia.

How can laser therapy help ease fibromyalgia pain?

If traditional treatments fail, or don’t feel like enough, or cause other unwanted side effects, you may start to feel hopeless. Not every person responds in the same way to the same treatment, and there are other options, if your current treatment plan isn’t working as intended.

Laser therapy is an alternative – or additional treatment – for those suffering chronic pain. It is noninvasive, pain-free and can help manage pain caused by fibromyalgia.

Benefits of Laser Therapy for Fibromyalgia Pain:

PAINLESS: Laser Therapy is a Safe and Effective Pain Treatment. This non-invasive technology-based therapy stimulates your body’s immune system to spark cellular repair and waste removal.

DRUG-FREE/NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL: With this treatment you don’t need to worry about drug dependency, such as addiction to opioids for those who use it to soothe musculoskeletal pain. It also doesn’t interact with most medications.

CUSTOMISABLE: Laser therapy is customisable, so it can be used to treat a broad range of disorders and conditions, including fibromyalgia and much more. The wavelength and power output of the laser can be adjusted to match your specific needs.

Pain Laser Treatment



Pain is one of the ways that your body tells you that there is something wrong. Specifically, your nervous system tells you that cells or tissue in your body are injured and that you need to take action. Chronic pain lasts 3 months or longer and can be tough to manage.

Doctors sometimes prescribe strong pain relievers to treat pain. Certain painkillers, known as opioids, deliver effective pain relief but are also associated with addiction, overdose, and even death. Over-the-counter drugs, such as acetaminophen, are safer but may not provide adequate pain relief for
acute pain.

Even these medications can cause long-term problems when treating chronic pain. Non-pharmacological pain management techniques – such as laser therapy – provide complete relief without side effects or complications.

Laser therapy for pain
management – without the use of drugs:

Laser therapy helps alleviate acute pain, such as post-surgical healing. Photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT) boosts cellular activity to help cells repair themselves or improve cellular function to speed recovery. Laser therapy does this by stimulating the cell’s mitochondria, also known as the “powerhouse of the cell.” Stimulating the mitochondria boosts energy production within the cells – armed with extra energy, cells affected by surgery can
heal faster.

In addition to giving your cells an energy boost, laser therapy improves blood circulation. Blood brings oxygen, fluids, and tissue-healing compounds, speeding up tissue healing.

Laser therapy is a painless approach to pain management and also relieves inflammation or swelling. Inflamed tissue presses against nerve endings, and this pressure causes the nerves to send pain signals to the brain. Laser therapy alleviates pain by reducing swelling.

The same effects to relieve acute pain also diminish chronic pain without the side effects or risks of taking pain medications for months. This makes laser therapy a saver alternative to opioids or other strong analgesics, especially with long-term use.

Post Surgery Laser Treatment



Laser therapy can help heal surgical wounds, reduce the formation of scar tissue, and help fight pain and inflammation post-surgery naturally, thereby reducing the need for pain medications. Laser therapy is a type of regenerative medicine, which means the treatments focus on healing tissues and organs.

It harnesses the power of light energy to soothe pain and stimulate the body’s own natural healing processes.

The device emits specific wavelengths of light that penetrate the skin safely. Once inside the body tissue, these wavelengths of light cause specific actions that can alleviate pain, reduce swelling, and speed healing.

Patients enjoy the effects and benefits of laser therapy immediately, but experience lasting effects after a few hours and over successive laser therapy sessions.

How does it work to treat post surgery?

Laser therapy kick-starts cellular activity, or metabolism, which means PBMT (Photobiomodulation therapy) helps cells make repairs and perform faster or more frequently.

Exposing cells to specific wavelengths of light triggers activity in their mitochondria, also known as the “powerhouse of cells” because of the way the mitochondria generates the energy cells need to function. Stimulating the mitochondria increases the production of energy inside the cell, which allows the cell to heal faster.

PBMT stimulates the flow of blood to the surgical area. Blood contains important nutrients, growth factors, and other repair cells and compounds that help cells heal and function. Blood also carries away excess fluid to reduce swelling, so stimulating blood flow can help decrease inflammation.

Damaged cells and tissues post surgery can send pain signals through the nerves to the brain. These chemicals stimulate nerve activity during the pain response and can trigger inflammation. PBMT decreases levels of these chemicals to impart a pain-blocking effect on specific nerve fibers.

Laser therapy can promote the regeneration of healthy nerves and decreases inflammation.


A laser therapy treatment does not require the use of drugs or surgery, and there are no dangerous side effects or risks. Unlike many therapy products that only treat the symptoms and mask the pain temporarily, the therapy laser is able to treat the cause of the pain and injury, helping the body to heal itself. In addition, Laser therapy provides enhanced treatment outcomes faster than any other treatment modality.

Cold Laser Therapy (Low Level Laser Therapy LLLT) was cleared by the FDA in 2001 with low power levels and low dosage treatments. Since that time new scientific and clinical discoveries have led to the development of higher power lasers, including the new High Intensity Class IV therapy laser which can provide significantly higher dosage levels –
a key for positive clinical outcomes.

Depending on the condition, treatment times for this drug-free, non-invasive procedure will last on average 5 – 10 minutes but is based on the size of area, depth of penetration needed and condition being treated.

Laser Therapy produces results quickly, with improvement often within the first treatment. For many acute conditions 5 – 6 treatments are needed.  Chronic conditions take longer and might require 6 to 12 treatments. While these are the averages, each person is unique and healing time varies by person and condition. For those with lifelong conditions your doctor may recommend periodic foll-up treatments.

Laser therapy has been in use for over thirty years around the world. There have been almost no side effects reported. Occasionally some old injuries or pain syndromes may feel aggravated for a few days, as the healing response becomes more active after a laser treatment.

There is no pain associated with treatment and most patients notice a warm, often soothing feeling.

The moment a patient leaves the clinic, they may resume normal daily activity. It is important to remember to not overexert for a few days, as the body is still healing.

Yes. Ask your GP for a Medicare referral under the EPC Program. Private Insurance covers under Allied Health.