Laser Light Therapy Inc.

If you’re suffering from physical injury, whether it’s chronic, degenerative, soft-tissue related or simply a wound, Dr. Pam Bennett of Tri-City Laser Light Therapy Inc. wants you to return to your active lifestyle and retake control of your body without having to undergo surgery or taking potentially harmful drugs.  

“We strive to provide pain relief through natural, non-invasive, and non-toxic methods so people can return to an active lifestyle without the use of pharmaceuticals or surgery,” Dr. Bennett says. “Laser Light Therapy is one of the ways we are able to do that.”

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By incorporating laser light therapy into her methods, Dr. Bennett applies light energy to a patient’s body, energizing cells to repair damaged tissue and inflammations. 

“I’ve seen dramatic results in patient recovery since adding this non-toxic, non-invasive modality,” says Dr. Bennett. “It is a very safe, effective treatment for pain relief and repair of damaged tissue, sports injuries, or degenerative conditions like arthritis.”

Bennett, who completed her chiropractic training at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, works with a team that includes a skilled chiropractor, a licensed physiotherapist and 3 certified laser therapists.

She opened Tri-City Laser Light Therapy in 2008 after working as a chiropractor and acupuncturist in Ontario and Nova Scotia for several years, and now has the largest cold laser clinic in the Tri-Cities area.

“We have more lasers than any clinic in the area,” says Dr. Bennett. “And we’ve been around longer than anyone else.”

The 10-year Tri-Cities dweller has formed deep ties to the local community and actively supports local charities such as Wheel to Heal and Eagle Ridge Hospital.

“Integrating laser light therapy into our chiropractic and physiotherapy practice has allowed us to offer patients in Greater Vancouver—particularly those in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody—another safe and cost-effective solution to many chronic conditions,” says Dr. Bennett.

To find out more, visit, call 778-285-2737 or visit Tri-City Laser Light Therapy at Unit 215—3030 Lincoln Avenue in Coquitlam. 

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