What is it?
Form of phototherapy (light therapy) producing a beam of light which is applied over injured areas.
How does it work?
It is postulated that the laser light is absorbed by living tissues and may trigger biological reactions in the cells.
Why is it called a “Cold” Light Laser?
The term “cold” is used because the light beam is pulsated. In other words, it is not a continuous stream of light. A continuous stream of light will produce heat in which the cold light laser does not.
How will it help?
Helps reduce pain by stimulating the production of natural pain killers called endorphins
May help to reduce inflammation by suppressing inflammatory enzymes that create swelling, redness, pain and heat.
Can help to enhance lymphatic drainage to increase circulation and speed healing.
There are more than 2,500 scientific research studies on cold light laser therapy
Is there pain or discomfort with laser therapy?
No there is not!