Laser therapy medical treatments focus on using laser light in order to relieve pain at the source. The wavelengths of the laser penetrate deep into the affected area with minimal risk involved, as compared to medication or surgery. This treatment reduces inflammation, increases blood flow, speeds repair, and encourages the body’s natural healing mechanisms in order to get to the root of the condition or injury causing you pain.
What is Laser Therapy?
Laser therapy is a restorative treatment that has been shown to alleviate pain while accelerating the body's own natural healing mechanisms. For people who experience the negative effects of pain on muscles, nerves, and joints, laser therapy offers a non-invasive treatment to advance recovery.
This non-surgical approach works by boosting the body's natural healing process to help deliver relief from pain, and help reduce risk from further injury. This cutting-edge innovation has helped return patients to their careers, sports, hobbies, and daily life.
Laser therapy treatments can improve circulation, promote cell health, reduce inflammation, and stimulate the growth of new, healthy tissue.
Conditions That Laser Therapy Can Help Treat
Laser therapy can help to effectively treat many different types of painful conditions, including:
- Back pain
- Shin Splints
- Sports Injuries
- Joint pain
- Carpal tunnel
- Sprains and Strains
- And more
What are the Benefits?
There are many benefits of laser therapy treatment. In fact, a few patients even report a slight feeling of warmth or softness as the flow improves and muscles relax. Many have also reported increased flexibility, improved performance, and reduced pain even from the first treatment.
Laser therapy reduces the formation of scar tissue after damage from wounds, bruises, and post-medical operations. By improving blood flow to damaged areas, this therapy decreases damage and inflammation to provide enhanced mobility and decreased pain.
Although treatment outcomes vary depending on the severity of the injury or condition, many people report relief within only a couple days, or even hours, after the procedure.
To learn more information about how laser therapy can help reduce your pain, call Carolina Pain Relief Center at (336) 777-7364 for a complimentary consultation.