Class IV laser for Pain relief & Rehabilitation
The Future is Bright
Laser therapy is a relatively new and exciting treatment option used in doctor’s offices, physical therapy clinics, athletic training rooms, and many other environments. It’s becoming more and more popular due to its proven success in treating pain without side effects. Read more to discover what laser therapy is, what conditions it treats, and what to expect while receiving laser therapy!
What is Laser Therapy?
Laser therapy uses light energy to activate the body’s healing response. The light energy from the laser can penetrate deep tissue layers to promote healing. The mechanism of action is a process called photobiostimulation. This means that the light energy emitted by the laser increases cellular metabolism, which further increases blood flow and stimulates the immune and lymphatic systems, and ultimately accelerates cellular repair. Clinically, laser therapy reduces inflammation and pain, making it a great treatment option alongside physical therapy.
What Conditions Does it Treat?
Laser therapy has been clinically proven to treat a variety of acute and chronic conditions. Some of these include:
- Low Back Pain
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Tendinitis and Tendinopathies
- Muscle Strains and Ligament Sprains
- And much more!
Where Is it Used?
Laser therapy is used in doctor’s offices, physical therapy clinics, and in athletic training facilities. Laser therapy is becoming increasingly popular among professional and collegiate organizations due to its track record of reducing pain and speeding recovery time from sports-related injuries. If laser therapy is good enough for the pros, it’s good enough for you!
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