LAKE WORTH (June 2, 2016) – Palm Beach Spine & Diagnostic Institute is pleased to announce we now offer laser treatments in our Lake Worth office.  Laser treatments are a minimally invasive and scientifically proven therapy to treat acute and chronic pain, as well as, injuries from sports injuries to motor vehicle accident injuries.  Mid Intensity laser treatments have been found to speed up and improve healing, avoiding costly and medical procedures.  Our new laser therapy suite includes a licensed therapist who has been trained in treating all types of injuries and inflammations.   All patients will receive a comprehensive exam from a physician prior to treatment, and many different types of packages are available.

“Many of my patients have seen dramatic inflammation reductions and rapid healing rates from their laser treatments,” states Dr. Lawrence Gorfine, owner of Palm Beach Spine & Diagnostic Institute.  “These results, illustrate how therapeutic laser treatments are able to treat sprains & strains, joint injuries, rashes, skin ulcers, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, tendon & ligament injuries and neck and back pain.”  Laser treatments include no medications that can affect the entire body or change a person’s level of mental consciousness; additionally there are no serious side effects when applied by a doctor or trained therapist.

For more information about our treatment plans and to see if laser therapy is right for you, please contact our office at 561.649.8770 or visit our website at


Dr. Lawrence Gorfine is a board certified pain management physician with Palm Beach Spine & Diagnostic Institute.  Dr. Gorfine is Past-Chairman of the Pain Committee of the Florida Society of Anesthesiologists, and is Past-President of the Florida Academy of Pain Medicine. He was Director of Pain Medicine, Associate Professor and Fellowship Director of Pain Management at the Medical College of Virginia. As a leader in his field, Dr. Gorfine has over 25 years of experience in anesthesiology and pain medicine. He has lectured and educated both residents and fellows at university medical centers throughout the county.