Laser Med Center is dedicated to thoroughly understanding each new patient's personal condition. Our team of medical experts will work closely with you and your loved one to deliver the highest standard of medical care. Laser Med Center's treatment devices are FDA cleared, safe, and are designed to provide the most efficient and safe treatments.
Laser Med Center is headquartered in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Founded by Bio-Medical Engineer Roger Porter and Frank G. McArthur, MD, Laser Med Center is South Carolina's premier medical center devoted to treating the pain of trigeminal neuralgia and other neuropathic conditions. Laser Med Center has earned a well-deserved reputation of delivering excellence in FDA cleared devices and non-invasive, non-drug treatment for resolving the pain associated with trigeminal neuralgia.
Touted by many as a medical breakthrough, Laser Med Center utilizes an innovative infrared energy therapy that has produced positive results treating typical and atypical trigeminal neuralgia, atypical facial pain, and post-herpetic trigeminal neuralgia.
"It is so rewarding when a patient comes up to me and says that he is pain-free as a direct result of Laser Med Center treatments," Porter says. "That makes everything worthwhile."
Laser Med Center Therapy is unique in that the topically applied infrared energy therapy is able to increase blood flow through vascular dilation. Studies show that increased blood flow stimulates and accelerates the healing process. It is totally safe and with a non-significant risk classification (which means there is no known adverse effect). Most patients receive substantial pain relief after a few treatments.*
Laser Med Center has successfully administered thousands of treatments since Spring 2006 with remarkable results. Please reference one of our many testimonials and listen as our patients share their stories about how they were suffering from trigeminal pain and have found relief.
*While most people respond very well, some people may require additional treatment. In rare cases, a patient may see little or no relief.