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Cranston RI Chiropractor Stephen M. Estner Offers Solaris 705 Treatments

Dr. Stephen M. Estner is currently using the Solaris Light Therapy treatment system for the benefit of his chiropractic patients in Rhode Island.

2011-01-23
PROVIDENCE, RI, January 23, 2011 (Press-News.org) Dr. Stephen M. Estner is currently using the Solaris Light Therapy treatment system for the benefit of his chiropractic patients in Rhode Island. The Solaris 700 Series Light Therapy devices are the only available ultrasound devices that currently offer 3 frequency ultrasound. This feature allows for the best possible flexibility in treatment options.

Solaris features include the ability to target the precise area of a patient's pain through the use of a target sweep light pad, choice of ultrasound, Stim waveforms, or light therapy, durable and portable, patented light probe that delivers 16,000mW of light.

Dr. Estner stated, "At Estner Chiropractic locations we use the Solaris system involving cluster probes and light emitting diodes, combining red and far-red light, and which generally supplies non-coherent, pulsed or continuous light. Depending upon the type of condition or injury you present with, your treatment may be once a week or more, and may involve other modalities such as massage therapy, accupuncture, or chiropractic therapy."

Some of the most frequently treated injuries using light therapy include carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, TMJ, fibromyalgia, wound healing and scar recovery, myofascial pain, muscle spasms from auto accidents, workplace injuries, or slip and fall injuries; a wide variety of sports injuries; chronic back and neck pain and spasms; arthritis and joint pain.

About Dr. Stephen M. Estner

Dr. Stephen M. Estner is a Chiropractor with office locations in Pawtucket and Cranston, Rhode Island. His practice encompasses chiropractic rehabilitation through acupuncture, massage therapy, and manipulation of the spine. Dr. Estner treats all spinal injuries and symptoms including those from pregnancy, workplace and automobile accidents, and general care and maintenance of the spine including pediatric adjustments and massage therapy.

Dr. Estner was recently the only chiropractor asked to speak at a gathering of Rhode Island attorneys on the topic of soft tissue injuries, is the current CES boxing chiropractor, volunteers at the RI Free Clinic, is a sponsor for LATV in Providence RI, and is listed with the Brain Injury Association of RI.

Stephen Estner is a graduate of Life University School of Chiropractic, a staff physician at Women and Infants Hospital, a member of the Chiropractic Society of Rhode Island and a former board member of the Cranston Chamber of Commerce.

Learn more about Dr. Estner at http://www.DrEstner.com

Contact Info:
Stephen M. Estner
Chiropractor
1039 Reservoir Avenue
Cranston, RI 02910
(401) 275-2225 Phone
(401) 275-0620 Fax
info@drestner.com
http://www.DrEstner.com


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[Press-News.org] Cranston RI Chiropractor Stephen M. Estner Offers Solaris 705 Treatments
Dr. Stephen M. Estner is currently using the Solaris Light Therapy treatment system for the benefit of his chiropractic patients in Rhode Island.