Laser Therapy to Treat Pain and Inflammation


Laser Therapy works by supplying energy to the part of the body which is paining, by delivering photons which energizes the cells and causes the blood to flow to the injured area. This causes a cascading effect on the body, by increasing the blood flow, which reduces inflammation, thereby reducing or even eliminating your pain. Therapy involving this process takes only a few minutes and can last for a long time even after the visit to the doctor’s office.

The Spine care has the most technologically advanced and newest form of Healing Laser therapy available today, providing you with an option to non-invasively and safe method of treat pain and inflammation. This safe and non-invasive method uses effective treatment modality uses light to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and promote wound healing and soft tissue repair. This laser converts into biochemical energy using breakthrough technology to allow for normal cell function is restored, resulting in reduced inflammation and fast pain relief.

Typically, the laser treatment results in the disappearance of the problem site symptoms, and increases the rate of recovery of the body. The physiological healing and pain relief process of healing laser light enables cells to perform optimally by stimulating them, initiating bio-chemical reactions, which promotes healing. With the help of this laser treatment, patients achieve better results of healing and often times avoiding invasive surgery and medications.

Some of the symptoms which can be healed using laser treatment include: sciatica pain, musculoskeletal pain, neck pain, soft tissue injuries, back pain, spinal conditions, sports injuries, strains, sprains, knee pain and arthritic pain, among others.

Laser treatment are generally performed in sessions of 10-15 minutes and take up to 2-3 sessions to see complete results. A custom treatment protocol will be determined for chronic painful conditions. Despite fast treatment times, laser therapy treatments initiate a healing process that continues to actively reduce inflammation for up 24 hours after treatment.

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