The goal of laser therapy is to deliver light energy units from infrared laser radiation, called photons, to damaged cells in the body. It is the consensus of experts that photons absorbed by the cells through laser therapy stimulate, at a cellular level, the mitochondria to accelerate the production of ATP. This biochemical increase in cell energy is used to transform live cells from a state of illness to a stable and healthy state. Over 4000 studies have been conducted in recent years to validate the effectiveness of cold laser therapy.
Cold Laser therapy offers a non-intrusive option to acupuncture and surgery. It also provides a non-addicting treatment that eliminates the complications of long-term drug treatment programs. Low-level cold laser therapy is a relatively new technology widely used for the past 30 years for the treatment of:
Acute and chronic pain
Soft tissue injuries
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome