Laser Therapy uses cold laser to penetrate deep into a
patient's tissue to promote stimulation of the body's own
healing mechanisms. This process increases cellular metabolism, which accelerates cell repair, increases blood flow and stimulates the immune and lymphatic systems.
Paint management and minimisation (or relief)
Reduction of inflammatory responses e.g. rheumatoid arthritis
Wound and ulcer repair
Sports injuries and rehabilitation
"Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT/Photobiomodulation) is a cold laser therapy which has
the clinical benefits of tissue repair, inflammation, oedema, pain and improved muscle performance. LLLT is not heat therapy or like high power lasers which can destroy tissue,
the application of low-power lasers enhances cell function. The therapy is non-invasive and almost completely absent of side-effects. Scientific research suggests that it can be beneficial in the treatment of muscle pain, injury and dysfunction, oral mucositis, lymphoedema, wound healing, neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia and orthodontics" ~ Jenny Watts.