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Low Level Cold Laser Therapy

Low-level cold laser therapy has been used for well over 25 years. It is being used to treat many different health problems including pain syndromes resulting from soft tissue damage, wounds, sports injuries, arthritis, neck pain, foot fasciitis, carpal tunnel, and tendonitis to name a few.

There are over 300 Clinical treatments and over 2000 reports, articles, and studies that have shown results using cold laser therapy. In 2002, the FDA officially recognized that carpal tunnel syndrome and its related health problems could be effectively treated with low-level cold laser therapy (LLLT).

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Cold level laser therapy is non-intrusive and fast-acting. It relieves pain and inflammation, increases circulation, and stimulates endorphins such as dopamine and serotonin. It also helps normalize the nervous system and stimulates the release of ATP. Low-level cold laser therapy works by using low-level coherent laser light.

This light penetrates the endodermis skin and deeper muscle tissues. The mitochondria of our cells absorb the laser photon light energy. Once this energy from the laser light is absorbed our cells become energized producing more ATP. An increase in ATP helps our cells reproduce faster making them act younger.

Coherent laser light therapy also increases blood microcirculation assisting in faster healing time, healthier tissue, reduced swelling, and relief of pain.

This procedure in clinical trials has been compared with NSAID drug therapy and the trial resulted in the individuals receiving equal results in pain reduction. low-level Cold laser therapy is a completely safe and non-invasive alternative to NSAIDs. There are many different types of laser therapy devices on the market. Each device uses a different light produced by various means, power levels, treatment times, and intensities or irradiance.