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September 10, 2012 11:15 ET

Renewal Technologies Hosting Open House to Bring Awareness to Pain in Arizona

Open House Includes Free Demonstrations of the LaserTouchOne

SCOTTSDALE, AZ--(Marketwire - Sep 10, 2012) - In honor of National Pain Awareness Month, Renewal Technologies will be hosting an open house on Saturday, September 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to introduce the LaserTouchOne, the revolutionary, hand-held, FDA approved device that provides pain relief by promoting healing at the cellular level. Experts with the LaserTouchOne will be giving complimentary demonstrations and answering questions about the device. For those who purchase the LaserTouchOne during the open house, Renewal Technologies will be offering a $30 discount. In addition, 10% of all sales will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. The open house will be held at Renewal Technologies: 10446 N. 74th Street, Suite 120, Scottsdale, Ariz., 85258.

Proven in a study to be 93 percent effective, the LaserTouchOne is the only pain relief device on the market that combines low-level laser and micro-current electrical stimulation to relieve pain. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the LaserTouchOne for relieving acute and chronic pain, for both prescription and over-the-counter use. Caregivers, surgeons, hospitals, physical therapists, professional athletes and sports teams including the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Baltimore Orioles' Triple A Team utilize the LaserTouchOne.

In recognition of National Pain Awareness Month, Renewal Technologies hopes to raise awareness for this national epidemic and also provide relief to those seeking a safe alternative to medication and surgery. According to Dr. Oei, "Renewal Technologies' mission is to help people find relief from pain. We hope this open house will introduce the LaserTouchOne to those who need it most, while also helping those who have given so much to our country -- our U.S. soldiers. Donating a portion of proceeds from our event to the Wounded Warrior Project is the least we can do for those who have sacrificed so much."

About the LaserTouchOne:

Developed by Dr. Okky Oei, a physician and expert in pain and pain relief treatments, the LaserTouchOne is the only pain relief device on the market that combines two proven therapies: a low-level laser and micro-current electrical stimulation, which are shown by research to promote the body's natural healing process at the cellular level. The device is a safe alternative to medication or surgery and can eliminate the need for costly prescriptions. It's painless, easy to use and portable, so that pain relief is always in the palm of your hand. The LaserTouchOne is cleared by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for both prescription and over-the-counter consumer use. The device is used throughout the United States by caregivers, surgeons, hospitals, physical therapists, veterinarians, professional athletes, and sports teams. Some notable users include the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Baltimore Orioles' Triple A Team, Barrows Neurological Institute, Syracuse University, and Tim O'Donnell -- professional triathlete. www.LaserTouchOne.com

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