The NeuroLase as a Class IIIB medical laser may be used as an alternative to Cox-2 inhibitors and NSAID's such as Bextra, Vioxx or Rofecoxib and Celebrex for arthritic pain according to the World Association for Laser Therapy (WALT) and a recent Netherlands clinical study using medical lasers on arthritic patients.
What does WALT stand for?
WALT stands for World Association for Laser Therapy
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Dyson served as president of the International Laser Therapy Association from 1990 to 1992, and currently is a member of numerous other associations, including the World Association for Laser Therapy, the British Medical Ultrasound Society, and the British Society for Cell Biology.
Houser stated: "In a recent World Association For Laser Therapy ("WALT") Press Release -- Laser Therapy has been proven in Norwegian clinical trials to be an effective substitute for 'VIOXX' in some arthritic cases with NO ADVERSE SIDE EFFECTS