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Dr. Curt Draeger, DC, known for his work in pain treatment and chiropractic care for over 30 years, including hands on work with world-class athletes, is set to open a new Integrated Pain Solutions clinic in Mosinee.

The opening is scheduled for January and will feature one of the most powerful healing lasers in the world, co-developed by Draeger and soon to be manufactured in Central Wisconsin.

The new lasers will be incorporated into pain treatment protocols in both the Green Bay and new Mosinee Clinic and will be used on many professional athletes who are treated by Integrated Pain Solutions.

Integrated Pain Solutions normally sees athletes, including a number of Green Bay Packers players, at its Green Bay clinic weekly, but both starting left tackle David Bakhtiari and defensive back Josh Hawkins were in Mosinee recently to tour the new clinic facilities, and get a first hand look at the prototype for the advanced laser.

Draeger, who also works with Olympic athletes, is preparing to lead a team to the 2020 Summer games in Tokyo, where he will work with the USA’s decathalon team. Its Draeger’s experience and history of results that brings athletes back to him for treatment.

We met through a mutual friend about four years ago who recommended I go see him, Bakhtiari said. I feel his technique and his facility works, and that’s why I’ve been coming back, he has a real passion for what he does.

Being a pro football player certainly takes a toll on the body, and Draeger’s treatments not only help them get back on the field every week, it works to slow down chronic pain conditions which can come at a much faster pace for athletes.

When you think of chiropractic you think of your back, Bakhtiari noted. I’ve had my toes, ankles, and hips adjusted, and at different angles, hips are so important for me in the game and this has helped me tremendously with range of motion.

Hawkins is a more recent devotee of Draeger’s but was drawn in by his different technique.

I like how aggressive he is on the body, Hawkins said. The laser treatment tears up the bad tissue so new tissue can form and your body can be 100 percent.

Benefits of high intensity laser therapy are known to include pain relief, resetting of the chronic pain cycle, the softening of scar tissue, lowering of swelling, speeding tissue repair and cell growth, and the improvement of blood flow and nerve function.

I first began using cold laser therapy in 2005, Draeger said. I found that its ability to relieve pain and promote healing was unlike anything I had ever seen.

However, Draeger found limitations with laser therapy, especially when working with athletes and began work with the laser manufacturer to improve the technology.

He began moving from cold lasers to helping develop more powerful, high intensity lasers. That process led to more obstacles in dealing with overseas manufacturers.

I wanted to build my own lasers, Draeger added. And I wanted to do it here in Wisconsin.

Draeger and his partners are now finalizing production of the new lasers in Central Wisconsin and they will be in use at Integrated Pain Solutions in the coming weeks.

Draeger’s associate, Dr. Ben Wyant, DC, reiterated the benefit of laser therapy.

Our lasers are truly second to none, Wyant said. They reach deeper to provide more healing power to the muscles, bones, nerves, ligaments, and joints. We also look beyond the problem area to uncover the root cause of the pain, our smaller clinic setting also allows us to spend as much time as we need with each individual.

The first Integrated Pain Solutions clinic opened in Antigo, while the Green Bay clinic has served athletes and the general public since November 2014.

More information on the clinic, including the new Mosinee facility, located in the Central Wisconsin Business Park on South View Drive, can be found at www.integratedpainsolutions.com.
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Gathered in the library of the Integrated Pain Solutions clinic are Green Bay Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari, Dr. Curt Draeger, and corner back Josh Hawkins. The new facility is set to open in early January in Mosinee.

Local doctor opening Mosinee clinic
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Dr. Curt Draeger, DC, known for his work in pain treatment and chiropractic care for over 30 years, including hands on work with world-class athletes, is set to open a new Integrated Pain Solutions clinic in Mosinee.

The opening is scheduled for January and will feature one of the most powerful healing lasers in the world, co-developed by Draeger and soon to be manufactured in Central Wisconsin.

The new lasers will be incorporated into pain treatment protocols in both the Green Bay and new Mosinee Clinic and will be used on many professional athletes who are treated by Integrated Pain Solutions.

Integrated Pain Solutions normally sees athletes, including a number of Green Bay Packers players, at its Green Bay clinic weekly, but both starting left tackle David Bakhtiari and defensive back Josh Hawkins were in Mosinee recently to tour the new clinic facilities, and get a first hand look at the prototype for the advanced laser.

Draeger, who also works with Olympic athletes, is preparing to lead a team to the 2020 Summer games in Tokyo, where he will work with the USA’s decathalon team. Its Draeger’s experience and history of results that brings athletes back to him for treatment.

We met through a mutual friend about four years ago who recommended I go see him, Bakhtiari said. I feel his technique and his facility works, and that’s why I’ve been coming back, he has a real passion for what he does.

Being a pro football player certainly takes a toll on the body, and Draeger’s treatments not only help them get back on the field every week, it works to slow down chronic pain conditions which can come at a much faster pace for athletes.

When you think of chiropractic you think of your back, Bakhtiari noted. I’ve had my toes, ankles, and hips adjusted, and at different angles, hips are so important for me in the game and this has helped me tremendously with range of motion.

Hawkins is a more recent devotee of Draeger’s but was drawn in by his different technique.

I like how aggressive he is on the body, Hawkins said. The laser treatment tears up the bad tissue so new tissue can form and your body can be 100 percent.

Benefits of high intensity laser therapy are known to include pain relief, resetting of the chronic pain cycle, the softening of scar tissue, lowering of swelling, speeding tissue repair and cell growth, and the improvement of blood flow and nerve function.

I first began using cold laser therapy in 2005, Draeger said. I found that its ability to relieve pain and promote healing was unlike anything I had ever seen.

However, Draeger found limitations with laser therapy, especially when working with athletes and began work with the laser manufacturer to improve the technology.

He began moving from cold lasers to helping develop more powerful, high intensity lasers. That process led to more obstacles in dealing with overseas manufacturers.

I wanted to build my own lasers, Draeger added. And I wanted to do it here in Wisconsin.

Draeger and his partners are now finalizing production of the new lasers in Central Wisconsin and they will be in use at Integrated Pain Solutions in the coming weeks.

Draeger’s associate, Dr. Ben Wyant, DC, reiterated the benefit of laser therapy.

Our lasers are truly second to none, Wyant said. They reach deeper to provide more healing power to the muscles, bones, nerves, ligaments, and joints. We also look beyond the problem area to uncover the root cause of the pain, our smaller clinic setting also allows us to spend as much time as we need with each individual.

The first Integrated Pain Solutions clinic opened in Antigo, while the Green Bay clinic has served athletes and the general public since November 2014.

More information on the clinic, including the new Mosinee facility, located in the Central Wisconsin Business Park on South View Drive, can be found at www.integratedpainsolutions.com.
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Gathered in the library of the Integrated Pain Solutions clinic are Green Bay Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari, Dr. Curt Draeger, and corner back Josh Hawkins. The new facility is set to open in early January in Mosinee.
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