Laser Treatment for Shingles Charleston

Shingles is a viral infection that results in a painful rash. The virus that causes shingles, varicella-zoster, is the same virus that causes chickenpox. After a person recovers from chickenpox, the virus remains inactive in their body. However, the virus can reactivate later in life and cause shingles. Shingles typically affects people over the age of 50, but it can occur at any age.

The most common symptom of shingles is a painful rash that typically appears on one side of the body. The rash consists of blisters that can be very painful. Other symptoms of shingles include fever, headache, and fatigue. In most cases, the rash and pain will go away within a few weeks. However, some people may experience long-term pain known as postherpetic neuralgia.

Relief Now Laser Charleston Offers Painless Laser Treatment for Shingles

Relief Now Laser Charleston is here to offer you painless laser treatment for shingles. Our state-of-the-art equipment and highly trained staff will provide you with the best possible care. We are committed to your comfort and satisfaction, and we will do everything we can to ensure that you receive the best possible treatment.

Relief Now Laser Charleston utilizes Class IV laser treatment that is proven to help with shingles and other types of pain. Whether you're looking for short-term relief or long-term relief, our team of experts will work with you to create a treatment plan that fits your needs. And because we know that pain can be tough to deal with, we offer a variety of services to help you through this tough time.

Don't Suffer Any Longer

If you’re one of the unlucky ones who have contracted shingles, Relief Now Laser Charleston can help. Our laser treatment is a safe and effective way to get relief from the pain and inflammation caused by this virus. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and start feeling better!


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*Disclaimer: Although welcome for treatment, these patients are excluded from offers:
1) MEDICARE, MEDICAID, TRICARE, and other government healthcare program participants and 2) personal injury and worker's compensation claimants.