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Low-level Laser Therapy Clinics' Partnership Targets Helping People Nationwide
Date:11/27/2007

LOS ANGELES, Calif., Nov. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles, California based clinics, Aventi Hair Therapy and Freedom Laser Therapy, are joining forces to create a unique partnership for their nationwide licensing expansion of their health & cosmetic services.

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Aventi is the largest nationwide practitioner of Laser Hair Therapy, a safe procedure that assists in stopping hair loss, increasing hair thickness and boosting hair growth. Freedom Laser Therapy is the industry leader specializing in helping smokers break their nicotine addictions and lose weight through the usage of Low-level laser therapy. The laser devices used by each clinic are classified as non-significant risks by the FDA. Aventi and Freedom have treated thousands of Los Angeles residents to repair excessive hair loss and to quit smoking; and they are now in the process of expanding their branded services nationwide.

Freedom and Aventi each have established, reputable brand names for their companies from years of receiving patient referrals. President of Freedom Laser Therapy, Craig Nabat, states, "Aventi and Freedom have a parallel goal of informing America about the many health and cosmetic positive effects of the 30-year old low-level laser therapy procedures. Sixteen Aventi Freedom Laser Therapy treatment locations will be established by January 1st, 2008 in Southern California. Our plan is to establish 50 treatment sites within the next 12 months. This will be accomplished by producing a 30-minute nationwide television program, which will continually educate the public about the potential benefits of laser therapy. To date there has been no constant nationwide promotion from any one clinic or brand in the United States promoting the effects of low-level laser therapy."

The two clinics will now use their brand strengths to establish consistent nationwide media exposure for laser therapy. An array of laser technology services will be offered for hair restoration, smoking cessation, weight loss, pain reduction, facial rejuvenation, and in the future drug addiction.

Their new joint business venture is looking for established clinics, spas, and salons that would like to offer their customized laser therapy programs. Aventi and Freedom have developed comprehensive video training programs to facilitate implementing their laser therapy procedures into other nationwide treatment centers. The 30-minute news based nationwide media campaign was developed to attract new patients looking for alternative health and cosmetic therapies.

Aventi President, Leonard Venti says, "A single Laser Hair Therapy Clinic will generate annual revenues as high as $1,200,000, resulting in 20-38% additional revenues for an Aventi Freedom Laser Therapy licensed clinic. Our media campaign is scheduled to launch in January 2008, we anticipate to be approached by hundreds of nationwide clinics and businesses that desire to offer our hair laser, quit smoking, and weight loss, programs in their centers."

Related links:

http://www.freedomlasertherapy.com

http://www.aventihair.com


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