What Is Cold Laser Therapy?
Low-level or cold laser therapy is the application of red and near infrared light over injuries or wounds to improve soft tissue healing and relieve both acute and chronic pain. Low-level therapy uses cold (sub-thermal) laser light energy to direct bio-stimulative light energy to the body's cells without injuring or damaging them in any way. The therapy is precise and accurate and offers safe and effective treatment for a wide variety of conditions. The energy range of low level laser light lies between 1 and 500 mW (milliwatts),It is also known as low level laser, soft laser or low intensity laser.
How Does Cold Laser Therapy Work?
"Cold Laser Therapy" is the use of 650nm or 810nm low intensity laser photon energy to relieve pain and enhance the body's healing/rejuvenation process. The photons from the laser light can excite the body's cells infusing them with energy, with the three primary reactions being, reduction of inflammation, cell regeneration, and increased blood flow.
What is the Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy?
Relieves acute and chronic pain, Reduces inflammation, Helps generate new and healthy cells and tissue, Increased microcirculation, Increased tissue and bone repair, Increased lymphatic response
Low-level laser therapy does not require constant, ongoing treatments, as is often required with traditional chiropractic or physiotherapeutic treatments. Many acute and chronic conditions can be improved or eliminated with laser use.
What is cold laser therapy contraindications?
Pregnancy, cancer and hemorrhagic diseases are prohibited to use the cold laser therapy device.
What is cold laser therapy risks or side effect?
It is no invasive, painless, no side effect, pure physiotherapy.
What is cold laser therapy indications?
scapulohumeral periarthritis, tenosynovitis, lumbar disc herniation, tennis elbow, cervical spondylosis, rheumatic joint disease, gout femoral head necrosis, knee pain, heal pain, chronic joint bruising, calcaneal spur, osteoarthritis, acute lumbago
Prosopalgia, ischialgia, peripheral polyneuritis, intercostal neuralgia, femoral neurosis
chronic pharyngitis, paradentitis, gingivitis, cholecystitis, acute chronic strain, sprain, bruising inflammation, neurodermatitis
phlebitis, vasculitis, varicosity, the lower extremities are acute and chronic ulcers