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Laser Therapy Questions
Laser Therapy uses laser photons, essentially a strong beam of light energy, to treat afflictions in various parts of the body. Laser light is a safe and non-invasive procedure, and the only precaution is for doctor and patient to wear safety glasses.
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Therapeutic Laser Therapy is simple and painless.
Looking much like a flashlight, the probe is held close to the skin on the area being treated.
The doctor or assistant will apply light to firm pressure to the area to improve the penetration of the energy.
How many Laser Therapy sessions are needed?
In most cases, multiple treatments are required to resolve chronic conditions and injuries.
Recent findings conclude that, with few exceptions, patients do better when treatment begins as quickly as possible after your injury.
Laser Therapy offers a wide range of benefits. It promotes cell growth, faster healing, increased metabolism, reduced swelling, and improved nerve function. Laser light also promotes the release of the body’s own pain killing chemicals such as endorphins and enkephalins.