Using High Power Laser Therapy to Treat Bursitis with a High Success Rate

About the Webinar

Bursitis commonly affects the shoulder, elbow, hip, buttocks, knees and heels. Athletes, the elderly, and people who do repetitive movements like laborers and musicians are more likely to get bursitis.

Join Tina Maio as she explores the benefits High Power Laser Therapy on bursitis and how to effectively treat this common and challenging condition to significantly improve patient outcomes.

Medications such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and injections around the painful site are used commonly to treat inflammation or pain associated with Bursitis. However, these chemical agents have primarily short-term effects. High Power Laser penetrates deep into soft tissues, joints and bones and provides energy to the cells by accelerating tissue metabolism and microcirculation. As a result, High Power Laser treats bursitis, and other tendons, ligaments and muscles faster and minimally invasively by reducing pain and inflammation and stimulating collagen production.

High Power Laser is an integral part of Tina’s treatment in her clinic and has substantially reduced the number of sessions that a patient needs for Bursitis. This has resulted in a large increase in patient referrals. Find out how you can increase your clinic’s profitability and productivity with High Power Laser – register now!

Learning objectives:  

  • How does High Power Laser work and what are the mechanisms of action?
  • What is the difference between a High Power Laser and a Low Level Laser?
  • How can I incorporate High Power Laser into other treatment modalities?
  • How to get a positive ROI on your Laser device?
  • Patient communication and Laser Therapy
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19 Jul 2022


8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 19 Jul 2022
  • Time: 6:00 am - 7:00 am




Dr Tina Maio


Dr Tina Maio

Tina is an Australian qualified Osteopath with a background in Physical Education, who graduated from Victoria University in 1999. She works closely with elite and professional athletes at an international level including Australia's leading golfers, with her current stable of players on the US PGA Tour, Nationwide Tour, European Tour, One Asia Tour, Japanese Tour and PGA and LPGA. She has particular interest in prescribing exercises to overcome injuries and to rectify imbalances caused by poor posture and bad habits. Tina is also a Functional Performance Specialist, recognised by NIKE and the Gray Institute, which encourages a holistic and logical approach to treatment.