About Laser TherapyCold Laser Therapy
Benefits and clinical effects of Laser Therapy:

  • Analgesic (pain reducing), by stimulating the cells to produce their own endorphins/natural pain killers
  • Anti-edema (reduces swelling) and decreases postoperative swelling
  • Normalized nervous system (Improves Nerve fiber conduction)
  • Stimulates the Immune System and increases 2 of the major healing enzymes by 75%
  • Anti-inflammatory (speeds healing). Acts as an anti-inflammatory by reducing 7 of the 9 inflammatory enzymes by 75%
  • Transforms living cells from an unstable state of illness into a stable, healthy state
  • Improves general blood Circulation and micro-circulation, improving blood supply to the cells, muscles and tissues, which reduces the possibility of ischemic injury
  • Facilitates faster tissue regeneration from injury due to accident or sports overexertion
  • Non-invasive, drug-free, pain-free and surgery-free therapy that is beginning to revolutionize healing and recovery in modern medicine and sports medicine
  • Tissue regeneration

About Laser Therapy
How does Laser Therapy work?

The physiological effects of laser therapy include an increase in

  • DNA Synthesis – the protein building block essential to the process of cell regeneration.
  • Collagen Production – increases tensile strength of muscles, tendons and ligaments.
  • ATP (adenosine triphosphate) – the fuel of the cell required in facilitating cell metabolism.
  • Engorphins – morphine like substances produced by the body to reduce the sensation of pain.
  • Modulation – of cellular components involved in the healing process, ie. macrophages, fibroblasts, lymphocytes, etc.
  • Simulation of:
    • immune response
    • lymphatic drainage – reduction in edema
    • angiogenesis – formation of new capillaries and arterioles resulting in improved circulation / tissue oxygenation
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