Pain Management Unmedicated

VA Says 68,000 Vets Addicted to Opioid Painkillers

For far too long our veterans have been irresponsibly overmedicated by incompetent health care providers, causing an explosion in drug related problems across the board. Many veterans are now turning to the streets to feed their opioid addiction with illegal substances such as heroin. This abuse of opioids is now the leading cause of homelessness among our veterans today.

Are there any alternatives?

Many veterans are choosing holistic approaches to both mental and physical healing. It has been proven that LED Red Light therapy is an extremely beneficial aid to pain management, along with a host of other positive uses. In order for LED Red Light therapy to be beneficial a veteran must use a clinical grade device on a daily basis for weeks at a time. LED Red Light therapy treatments from a pain management specialist are typically 20 -30 treatments over a 40 day period at an average cost of $120 per visit which leaves a veteran with a $2,400 - $3,600 bill each time treatment is needed.

Pain Management Unmedicated permanently solves this problem! VetGR partnered up with LET Care, the leader in clinical grade LED Red Light therapy, as well as top health and wellness coach Ryan Barger from Purple Heart Fitness to lead this much needed program. Not only will veterans recieve a LET Care LED Red Light device, but also a one year, full access pass to Purple Heart Fitness.

Are you a veteran in pain? Relief awaits below.


“When I came to VETGR I was suffering from foot, back, neck, and shoulder pain. The shoulder pain is gone with one LED Red Light treatment! The neck comes and goes but can be helped with a few LED Red Light sessions, and my back and foot are slowly coming around. So much so that I am able to workout regularly and do some things I hadn’t been able to do without pain before the the LED Red Light therapy. I am 66 so I am more than happy to be getting relief without medication! Thanks VETGR!!!”

- William Host

“I've been using my LED Red Light for about 3 and a half months now, and it has relieved my pain immensely. I highly recommend anybody who doesn't feel 100% to give this a try.”

- Jordan Hull

“I’ve been struggling with back pain since I returned from Iraq in 2009. I have been to multiple chiropractors physical therapist and medical doctors. I’ve tried tens units, physical therapy and medications. I have a spinal stimulater surgically implanted in my back and nothing has worked as good as the LED Red Light for helping my back get stronger and relieve pain.”

- Steve Prince