How Does Cold Laser Therapy (Low-Level Laser Therapy) Work?
November 25, 2019
Cold Laser Therapy
Cold Laser, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), is a breakthrough therapeutic approach which utilizes the principle of PhotoBioStimulation to stimulate tissue repair. Although Cold Laser Therapy has clinically been used in Europe for over thirty years, it has rapidly been gaining traction in the United States.
Since it causes no heating effect, there is no cutting or damage to the tissue. Contrary to the burning, cutting, and damaging effects of surgical lasers, cold laser light stimulates tissue repair.
For the patient suffering with chronic joint pain, this therapy provides a drugless, non-surgical, and gentle approach. The two main biological effects that are pertinent to patients with joint pain is the laser’s ability to have a potent anti-inflammatory effect along with the formation of new collagen. Collagen synthesis will not only help with pain, dysfunction, and inflammation of a joint, it will also help stimulate a level of healing that no other therapy or procedure has been able to match.
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-Dr. Randall Roth