Cold Laser Therapy Effectively Treats
- Tendon & Ligament Injuries
- Soft Tissue Injuries
- Muscle Strains & Tears
- Sore Muscles and Joints
- Degenerative Joint Conditions
- Neurological Conditions
- General Pain
- Musculoskeletal Disorders
- And more!
Frequently Asked Questions About Cold Laser Therapy
1. Will it be painful?
Cold Laser Therapy is a painless procedure. You may feel a warm sensation or slight tingling because nerves are being stimulated, but this will subside shortly after your treatment is finished.
2. Does the laser inject any medication into me?
No. Cold Laser Therapy is a non-invasive, drug-free and sterile therapy.
3. What is Cold Laser Therapy generally used for?
This type of therapy treats a wide variety of pain including neurological conditions, pain syndromes such as sprains and strains, acute and chronic injuries, and speeds up wound healing and fractures.
4. Are there whole body benefits in addition to reducing pain?
Yes, whole body inflammation is reduced overall with this therapy. When we complement Cold Laser Therapy with your regular chiropractic care, it can help increase the rate, strength and quality of healing tissue.
This therapy also helps regulate the immune system and stimulates nerve tissues to function optimally.
In terms of healing, it has been shown to generate new, healthy cells within soft tissue to promote wound healing with less scarring.
5. Is this therapy FDA approved?
Cold Laser Therapy has been used successfully for the past 25 years and is FDA approved. We use the same high quality lasers that the US Olympic team uses for their athletes.
6. How often will I need to receive treatment?
Because every person heals at their own rate, this will be determined after a thorough history and discussion with your chiropractor. A typical treatment session lasts only a few minutes and 6-20 sessions is the average range for most conditions.