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Laser Therapy Shines as an Alternative Complementary Treatment for Pain Management and Healing

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 Lasers in a quantum optics lab

Feel the Power of the Healing Lasers

Lasers are not just confined to the realms of fantasy and science fiction.  Many types of  lasers are used in the science of medicine.  There are a variety of medical applications that incorporate the use of technologically advanced lasers.  These include cutting tissue in surgeries, reshaping the cornea of the eye to improve sight, burning away cavities and whitening teeth, and plastic surgery procedures.

Since the early 1960’s, low level laser therapy (LLLT) or cold laser has enabled the health care industry to help people rapidly heal from injuries and disease.  Researchers have concluded that laser light increases ATP (adenosine triphosphate) at the cellular level of tissues which speed up the body’s natural healing processes.

Cold laser therapy has been beneficial in successfully treating many health problems that exist in our modernized society.  Scientists have had years to fine tune laser wavelengths and intensities to find the most optimal healing frequencies.

Laser therapy can be an alternative to excess pain medications and costly hospital visits. Consult your physician or health care provider to see if laser therapy might be right for you.

Looking for a unique treatment that can help your body heal from chronic injuries and relieve pain? Low level laser therapy (LLLT), or “cold laser” is changing the way medical doctors, chiropractors, physical therapists, and other health care professionals are helping individuals heal from injuries and chronic disease and improve their quality of life.

Low level laser therapy traces its history back to the early 1960’s when researchers discovered that laser light could stimulate a response at the cellular level of tissues in the body, resulting in increased energy levels (ATP, adenosine triphosphate). This increase in energy enables the body’s cells to metabolize at a higher rate and speeds its natural ability to heal. In short, the body converts the laser light into a form of energy that it can use (biochemical energy) to repair itself and function at a higher efficiency level. This process is similar to the human body using the sun’s energy to manufacture Vitamin D.

Low level laser therapy has almost endless applications because of its approach to healing. Its low intensity does not burn or cut tissue like high-powered surgical lasers and there are no known side effects in its over 40 year history of use. Laser therapy is effective in treating many conditions that are prominent today.

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