Laser Therapy for Pain Relief

nexus-30a-07-23a-440x440Why is Laser different?

Laser therapy is a medical breakthrough therapeutic device with unparalleled applications and treatment outcomes. The Laser works by converting light into biochemical energy, resulting in normal cell function, which causes symptoms (PAIN) to disappear.

The primary biological action of laser results from stimulation of cellular transport mechanisms in the mitochondria, cell membranes and epithelial tissues. This action causes the release of vasodilating chemicals, the stimulation of DNA and RNA (Building blocks) synthesis, an increase in enzyme production, an increase of superoxide dismutase activity, normalization of tissue pH, and increased ATP production.

The increase of vasodilatation (blood supply) and improved microcirculation will increase the supply of cellular nutrition promoting tissue repair and remodeling (which means you heal faster). Significant reduction in edema (swelling) is also noted.

The specialized  Laser technology is effective in treating heel pain caused by plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, arthritis, joint pain, edema, bursitis, neuropathy and non-healing wounds. Recovery from sports injuries including sprains, strains and muscle tears can be greatly expedited. The effects of Laser Therapy are cumulative; therefore, a series of treatments are prescribed depending on the condition type and severity.

 

The average treatment plan ranges from three to nine sessions. Chronic conditions can be controlled with ongoing, regular treatments. Acute conditions usually subside quickly with results often noticed after the first treatment. Each treatment is painless and takes approximately 10 minutes. Successive treatments are scheduled at least 24 hours apart. There are no special preparations required.

Clinical studies and research using laser therapy technology indicate the following beneficial effects of laser therapy on tissues and cells:

Anti-Inflammation

Anti-Pain (Analgesic)

Accelerated Tissue Repair and Cell Growth

Improved Vascular Activity

Increased Metabolic Activity

Trigger Points and Acupuncture Points

Reduced Fibrous Tissue Formation

Improved Nerve Function

Immunoregulation

Faster Wound Healing