Recently our clinic added Laser Therapy in order to speed up the healing time of our patients. Deep Tissue Laser Therapy is a non-surgical, drug free therapy that has the power to eliminate or significantly reduce your pain and speed up healing by up to 3X. Five to ten brief treatments with this powerful laser is all it may take to realize life changing results. Spinal decompression re-hydrates discs and reduces disc bulges/herniations while Deep Tissue Laser Therapy draws circulation to the area to speed up the repair up to 3X. The laser works in conjunction with spinal decompression or can work all by itself for a variety of other aches and pains.
How Does Laser Therapy work?
Pain results from trauma, inflammation, malfunction, or less that optimal cellular function. Healing and pain relief come with cellular normalization. Laser light enables cells to perform optimally by stimulating them, initiating bio-chemical reactions, which promotes healing.
Laser Therapy works by flooding the tissues with photons, energizing the damaged cells and increasing circulation to the painful area. This produces a cascade of healing responses in your body, reducing inflammation, thereby reducing or even eliminating your pain.
With Laser Therapy patients see quicker results, faster treatments and improved outcomes.
What Does Laser Therapy Treat?
Deep Tissue Laser Therapy can dramatically reduce the pain associated with the following:
- Low Back Strain
- Bulging, Herniating or Slipped Discs
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Tennis Elbow
- Post Surgical Recovery
- Headaches, including Migraine
- Sports Injuries (Pulled Hamstrings, Calves Etc.)
- Plantar Fasciitis
- And many more joint, muscle, circulatory and inflammatory conditions
Is Class IV Laser Therapy Painful or Dangerous?
There is no discomfort during treatment, simply a deep, gentle warmth as your body’s cells respond to the light. There are no known side effects. It is non-invasive and non-surgical. On patients with tattoos or scars from surgery we are more careful as those area tend to heat up more easily.