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Cold Laser

Cold Laser Physical Therapy

In the sixties, researchers introduced laser biostimulation using low-powered laser beams to produce healing effects in human tissue. Later specific research supported the use of laser treatment to accelerate the healing of wounds, to decrease pain, and reduce tissue inflammation.

To treat chronic pain with laser stimulation, one must reach deep into the bodies muscles, ligaments, tendons and bones. The 830 nm wavelength laser accomplishes this causing cells to improve their function.

Cold Laser therapy targets the lymphatic system (fluid drainage system). With laser therapy, swelling is reduced, allowing movement to return to the treated area.