Laser Therapy

What is Laser Therapy?

Laser therapy, also known as low-level laser or light therapy, is a
treatment that utilizes specific types of light to interact with tissue.
It is used to eliminate pain and promote healing for a variety of medical conditions.

What Are the Benefits of Laser Therapy?

Laser therapy offers patients a safe and effective therapy for a wide
range of medical conditions, including soft tissue and sports injuries,
arthritic conditions, repetitive stress injuries, wound healing and a
variety of general health problems.

Clinical Benefits
  • Eliminates pain
  • Reduces the need for pharmaceuticals
  • Restores normal range of motion and physical function
  • Non-invasive
  • Non-toxic
  • No known adverse effects
  • No drug interactions
  • Often makes surgical interventions unnecessary
  • Provides a treatment alternative for patients that have not responded to
  • conventional therapies
Physiological Effects

Increased production and release of:

  • Endorphins – natural analgesics
  • Cortisol – precursor of cortisone
  • Growth hormone – instrumental in tissue repair
  • ATP – improves and regulates cellular metabolism
  • Increased protein synthesis – collagen, DNA, fibroblasts
    Venous and lymphatic flow facilitated
  • Increased angiogenesis – elevation of oxygen saturation
    Enhanced immune response, etc.