Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy

LASER therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT) or photobiomodulation therapy, is a non-invasive medical treatment that uses low-intensity laser or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to stimulate healing and reduce pain and inflammation in various tissues of the body. The laser emits a specific wavelength of light that can penetrate the skin and interact with cells to promote therapeutic effects.


LASER therapy works by stimulating cellular activity within the targeted tissues. The light energy from the laser devices is absorbed by the cells, triggering a series of biochemical reactions. This process can enhance cellular metabolism, increase blood circulation, reduce inflammation, and promote tissue repair and regeneration.

During a LASER therapy session, our physiotherapist applies the laser device directly to the affected area or places it in proximity to the target tissues. The treatment is usually painless and non-invasive. The duration of each session can vary depending on the condition being treated and the specific device used.

Laser therapy has analgesic properties and can help alleviate acute and chronic pain. It stimulates the release of endorphins, which are natural pain-relieving substances. Laser therapy can be effective for conditions such as musculoskeletal injuries, arthritis, neuropathy, and post-surgical pain.

Laser therapy has anti-inflammatory effects and can help decrease inflammation in the body

Laser therapy promotes cellular metabolism and increases the production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate), which is the energy source for cells. This enhanced cellular activity helps to accelerate tissue repair and wound healing. It can be used for chronic wounds, ulcers, surgical incisions, and other tissue injuries.

Laser therapy stimulates blood circulation in the treated area, increasing oxygen and nutrient delivery to the tissues

Laser therapy stimulates fibroblast activity, which leads to increased collagen production. Collagen is essential for the strength and elasticity of tissues, making laser therapy beneficial for conditions involving damaged or weakened connective tissues, such as tendon and ligament injuries.

Laser therapy can minimize the formation of excessive scar tissue and promote the remodeling of scar tissue, resulting in improved appearance and flexibility of scars

LASER therapy is generally considered safe when performed by trained professionals. The treatment is non-thermal, meaning it does not generate heat that could potentially damage tissues. Side effects are minimal and rare but may include temporary mild tingling, warmth, or redness in the treated area.


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