Healing and Pain Management Benefits from Cold Laser Therapy
Cold laser therapy, also known as Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), is a modern procedure used to treat pain and inflammation. It uses specific light wavelengths to accelerate the healing process of targeted tissues to prevent acute and chronic pain. It is a non-intrusive treatment for those who prefer an option beyond acupuncture or surgery.
Reduces Pain without Side-Effects
Unlike taking painkillers or medication to manage pain, cold laser therapy has no harmful side effects. It utilizes a process known as”photobiomodulation” that boosts cellular metabolism to lessen pain and inflammation of tissues.
Long-Lasting Pain Relief
When photon energy enters targeted cells or tissues, it boosts cell metabolism, develops new muscle tissue, increases collagen production, improves blood circulation, helps repair damaged tissues, and improves the overall health of the nervous and immune system. After a couple of cold laser therapy treatments, patients often feel lasting pain relief.
Restore the Body’s Normal Function
Acute and chronic pain can definitely affect the quality of our lives by keeping us from the things we love. When light wavelength is absorbed by cells, it stimulates the body’s natural healing process. Gradually, yet effectively, damaged cells are normalized, resulting in pain and inflammation reduction.
Is Cold Laser Therapy the Right Option for You?
With the number of pain management procedures available today, choosing one that’s right for you can be confusing. It’s important to consult with your doctor and/or a licensed therapist before opting for cold laser therapy. It is non-invasive and painless.
If you are constantly suffering from back pain, headache, joint pain, fibromyalgia, or other related painful health conditions, call Oriole Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Centre at (416) 221-0772 or send us an email at [email protected] for inquiries and appointments. We are a trained and knowledgeable team, happy to provide you with exceptional care.