Locations

Ottawa Civic Hospital

1053 Carling Ave.
(Across from the flower shop)
(613) 884-7867 | map | email

Ottawa General Hospital

501 Smyth Road
(Inside Main Entrance)
(613) 884-7717 | map | email

Ottawa (Bank St)

1690 Bank Street
(613) 884-7867 | map | email

Kitchener-Waterloo

417 King Street West
(519) 568-7909 | map | email

Kingston

477 Macdonnell St
877-242-0775
(613) 539-9412 | map | email

Whitby

420 Crawforth St.
(Welcome to Wellness Clinic)
(905) 233-4198 | map | email

Richmond Hill

13495 Bathurst St.
(Bathurst and Humberland)
(647) 408-7867 | map | email

Mississauga

4141 Dixie Rd. #31B
(Rockwood Mall)
(647) 476-2757 | map | email

Belleville

274 Dundas Street East, Belleville, ON
Across from the Belleville General Hospital
(613)243-6868 | map | email

Gatineau

26B Boulevard St. Raymond
1-877-977-9412
(819) 639-1834 | map | email

Montreal

4812 boul. St. Laurent
Suite 101 corner Villeneuve
(514) 312-7564 | map | email

Montreal

525 Fleury St
1-877-977-9412
(514) 275-2501 | map | email

Laval

3860, boulevard Notre-Dame #205
877-977-9412
(450) 634-0180 | map | email

Repentigny (New)

579A, rue Notre-Dame, suite 100
1-877-977-9412
(877) 977-9412 | map | email

Brossard Quebec

1424, boulevard Rome
1-877-977-9412
(450) 999-0171 | map | email

Granby

119 Boivin
1-877-977-9412
(450) 915-0208 | map | email

Drummondville

400 Rue Cormier
1-877-977-9412
(819) 803-2307 | map | email

St Foy (New)

1390 ch. Ste-foy, bureau 101
1-877-977-9412
(418) 478-2492 | map | email

Beauport

910 Bvld Raymond Bureau 170
1-877-977-9412
(418) 478-2492 | map | email

Hamilton

(289) 426-5018 | email

Halifax

(902) 702-0124 | email

Media

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Welcome to Omega Laser Therapy


What is laser therapy?

It's simply pressure point therapy, like acupuncture. It's a holistic approach to heal the body. A low level light pulse is directed at points on the face, ears and hands.

How laser therapy works

Low-level laser therapy operates on principles similar to the 5,000 year old ancient Asian healing art of Acupuncture. Acupuncture is known to reduce tension, increase circulation, and enable the body to relax more deeply.

Laser Therapy treatment is a noninvasive method used to balance the energy low between meridians. Laser therapy is considered a non-medical procedure. Treatment with low-level laser helps to promote the release of endorphins in the body. Endorphins are natural chemicals in your body that signal your system to decrease stress and increase energy. Omega uses a low powered (soft) laser to treat nicotine addiction. The laser is no more powerful than a 60-watt light bulb. Energy points related to addiction are identified and treated with a combination of a helium neon laser and electrobiostimulation.

The entire procedure is external, non-invasive, and non-thermal. Laser Therapy is painless. During the laser treatment energy points on your hands, face, and ears are treated. If a client feels the sensation from the low-level laser, they may feel a warm, pulsating and sometimes-tingling feeling. Some clients may only feel a calming sensation from the laser. The low-level laser acts as a tool to assist the client through the initial physical withdrawals from nicotine. The first 72 hours of quitting is considered to be the crucial detoxification period. The laser mimics a similar endorphin release for a period of 3-5 days following treatment, which aids in alleviating stress associated with giving up nicotine. The treatment has been used for over three decades in Europe and Canada.

What to expect after a treatment

The treatment is very relaxing and some people experience a degree of drowsiness.

How the laser is used

The laser is placed on various meridian and auricular points on the body around the ears, nose, hands, and wrists.

Laser safety

Low power laser light is completely safe. It is a bio-stimulation laser not a surgical laser. We are using the latest technology without needles, so it is totally painless. Your procedure will be given by a certified Laser Technician, specifically trained in low power Laser Therapy.

Length of procedure

30 minutes.
There is usually only one treatment required, however if you experience an unmanageable desire to smoke, a laser enhancement treatment is available.

Cost for smoking cessation laser program

The total cost of our treatment is $300 plus tax. This includes counselling, laser treatment, our vitamin program plus back up support. We do offer two additional treatments within one year but rarely is a second treatment necessary.

Cost for weight management points program

When you quit smoking your metabolism slows back down to normal. Due to the slower metabolic rate, many people do gain extra weight. If weight gain concerns you we can add on "Weight Management Points". We will target an extra set of acupuncture points which will boost your metabolism as well as help to suppress your appetite. There is an extra charge of $100 plus tax for these extra "Weight Management Points".

Omega Laser Thearapy Mobile Service

Our mobile service

We offer a mobile service to groups of 8 or more people to the following cities: *Montreal, *Cornwall, *Ottawa, *Ottawa Valley, *Hull, *Belleville, *Trenton, *Peterborough, *Lindsay, *Oshawa, *Toronto, *Bolton, *Missisauga, *Brampton, *Niagara Falls, *Barrie, *Owen Sound, *Orangeville, *Mount Forest, *Guelph, and many more cities so please call us and ask. *Discounts do not apply to mobile visits.

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Smoking and erectile dysfunction

The consequences of tobacco use, like lung cancer, strokes, heart attacks cataract etc. are commonly known. But smoking induced erectile dysfunction or male impotence is relatively a new area of knowledge which is yet to be acknowledged by common men.

Somehow the scientists were late to discover the reality and public interest organizations just overlooked the gravity of the situation. The alarming findings by Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) and the British Medical Association (BMA) show that 120,000 UK men in their 30s and 40s are impotent as a direct consequence of smoking.
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Share your success!

If you have had great success with our laser therapy program please feel free to contact us and leave us your testimonial. We appreciate all positive feedback and will post them in our testimonial section for others to read.

Please remember that when you succeed as an individual to quit smoking your testimonials are also a very effective way to inspire others to do the same, thank you.

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