Lasers increase the production of new, functional cells, resulting in shorter recovery periods.
The tissues exposed to laser light have greater strength after healing, reducing the risk of re-injury.
Laser therapy reduces the production of scar tissue.
The body goes through 4 healing stages: inflammation, proliferation, remodeling, maturation. Laser therapy impacts each phase in positive ways.
Cold Laser therapy can increase the formation of capillaries (remember: every muscles fiber, and there are millions, has its own capillary) which carry oxygen to healing tissue.
Cold Laser therapy is being used to treat:
- Acute and chronic pain
- Ligament sprains
- Muscle strain
- Soft tissue injuries
- Tennis elbow
- Back pain
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome