Cold Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy

Cold laser therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), is a non-invasive procedure that utilizes specific wavelengths of light to stimulate healing at the cellular level. Unlike surgical lasers that generate heat and can cut or burn tissue, cold lasers emit low levels of light that do not produce heat. This therapy is often used to reduce pain and inflammation, promote tissue repair, and accelerate healing for various conditions such as musculoskeletal injuries, arthritis, neuropathy, and wound healing. The light energy penetrates deep into the tissues, triggering a series of physiological responses that enhance cellular function and promote regeneration. Cold laser therapy is typically applied directly to the skin using a handheld device, and sessions are relatively short, ranging from a few minutes to around 30 minutes depending on the condition being treated. One of the key benefits of cold laser therapy is its ability to provide pain relief and improve function without the need for medication or invasive procedures, making it a popular choice for individuals seeking non-pharmacological and non-surgical options for managing pain and promoting healing.

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