Laser-TherapyLow-Level Laser Therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light over an area of injury or arthritis to improve healing and provide relief from both acute and chronic pain. The laser creates a concentric beam of light which interacts at the cellular level to stimulate and accelerate the chemical reactions of the body’s natural healing processes. The laser can penetrate up to 8 cm beneath the skin, allowing healing of muscle, joint, ligament and bone. Unlike Ultrasound or TENS which provide mostly temporary relief, Laser Therapy actually helps to heal injured tissue. Research studies have shown that the results are sustainable over long periods of time.

Is it safe?

Yes! The wavelengths of light used for laser therapy do not generate any heat, unlike those used for hair removal or kidney stones. This type of cold laser therapy could be applied for hours without causing any tissue damage. Laser Therapy is applied to the skin and is thus non-invasive and non-toxic. The treatment is not painful and most do not feel anything during application.

What cellular changes can result from Laser Therapy?

 Reduced inflammation
 Reduced edema
 Increased cell metabolism
 Increased lymphatic drainage
 Cell growth stimulation
 Nerve function stimulation
 Cell regeneration
 Reduced scar tissue formation
 Collagen deposition
 Increased blood flow
 Bone growth
 Ligament repair

What conditions can benefit from Laser Therapy?

 Back and Neck Pain
 Rotator Cuff Injuries
 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
 Knee Injuries
 Disc Herniations
 Diabetic Ulcers
 Post surgical healing
 Rheumatoid Arthritis
 Frozen Shoulder
 Sprains and Strains
 Plantar Fasciitis
 Muscle Spasms