Whether you suffer from an acute injury, arthritis, wounds that won’t heal or issues related to inflammation, Cold LASER Therapy may help you.
How does it work?
Cold LASER Therapy penetrates deep into the tissue, promoting cellular regeneration at the source of the issue.
Cold LASER Therapy penetrates deep into the tissue, promoting cellular regeneration at the source of the problem.
Laser energy helps to repair damaged cells by accelerating the body’s natural healing mechanisms.
This video demonstrates how Theralase Cold Laser Therapy works:
Cold LASER Therapy:
- Offers quick relief from inflammation
- Reduces pain fast
- Accelerates healing
- Safe & non-invasive
If you would like to try Cold LASER Therapy, please reach out to us to schedule your appointment: 519-258-8544
What is Cold LASER Therapy?
When laser light interacts with tissue it causes certain photochemical reactions to occur and stimulates natural biological healing processes, thus transforming light energy into chemical energy.
What does Cold LASER Therapy do?
- Offer quick relief from inflammation
- Reduce pain fast
- Accelerate healing
Cold LASER Therapy is extremely safe, non-invasive & non-toxic.
Physiological Effects of Cold LASER Therapy:
Is painless and is well tolerated by patients of all ages and conditions. During more than 35 years of clinical use, it has never resulted in a serious side effect. Therapeutic laser systems are athermic (no heat) and therefore incapable of causing tissue damage. As well, cells have a natural ability to resist over-stimulation, meaning it is not possible to harm tissue by overdosing, as long a you use a therapeutic laser that is used in the therapeutic window and remains below the Maximum permissible Exposure (MPE) of tissue.
For more information, please review these frequently asked questions, visit this website for more information, or call us at the office: 519-258-8544
The Low Lever Laser (LLL) therapy helps accelerate the healing of wounds, including chronic, surgical and acute wounds.
How does it work?
This completely pain-free process improves the healing process at the cellular level, effecting the enzymes and chemicals within the cell.
The positive benefits include a reduction in inflammation and an increase in cellular repair.
The dosage of the Laser Therapy depends on the wound type and location and is specific for each patient. The required number of sessions for healing also varies for each patient.
Laser Therapy might be covered by your employee health insurance plan. Please call our office for more information – 519-258-8544.