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Laser Light Therapy for Pain, Dogs and Horses

Laser Light Therapy for Pain, Dogs and Horses

Millions of people around the world suffer from chronic pain that can last for months to years. It has a negative influence on their ability to perform day-to-day activities. Doctors use different methods to treat pain or associated inflammation. One of the most effective non-invasive methods of treating pain is laser light therapy. As the name indicates, laser light therapy uses a laser (light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation) having a specific wavelength. The laser light is concentrated or focused on a single area, helping the doctor treat the affected area without damaging the surrounding tissue. In this article, we have explained laser...

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The Intermediate Guide to Photobiomodulation

The Intermediate Guide to Photobiomodulation

The amalgamation of basic technology with healthcare has gifted us with impressive therapies! Who would have thought about using light to heal pain and depression? As of today, researchers and doctors are taking light therapy to another level through the concept of photobiomodulation. This therapy is an extension of laser therapy that focuses the light on triggering a reaction within the cell. These therapies accelerate the healing process through metabolic mechanisms. So, if you are interested to learn about this concept in detail, keep reading the various sections of this article. What is Photobiomodulation? Photobiomodulation therapy is called as low level...

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Top 25 Cold laser Therapy Research, Low Level Laser Therapy Case study

Top 25 Cold laser Therapy Research, Low Level Laser Therapy Case study

Low Level Laser Therapy for Sacroiliac Joint Pain Case Study: Low level laser therapy (LLLT) for patients with sacroiliac joint pain Laser Treatment Protocols: The LLLT system used was an 808 nm CW diode laser 1000 mW Laser Therapy Machine, 30 sec/point (20 J/cm2) applied on the bilateral tender points twice/week for 5 weeks. Conclusions: LLLT was effective for sacroiliac pain, and this may be due to improvement of the blood circulation of the strong ligaments which support the sacroiliac joint, activation of the descending inhibitory pathway, and the additional removal of irregularities of the sacroiliac joint articular surfaces.  Clinic Research...

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