Laser Therapy treatment is a non-invasive therapy that makes use of intense beams of light of specific wavelengths to help reduce pain related to your injury. LASER stands for ‘Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.

When it comes to therapeutic use, lasers often referred to as Cold Lasers, Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) or High-Power Laser Therapy (HPLT). The Low-Level Laser Therapy utilizes red (and close to red) infrared light on areas of injury or wounds to mend the soft tissue and to give relief from acute and chronic pain.

lasser the2When the lights of specific wavelengths targeted to an area of the body, physiological changes take place in the cells. This process is known as photobiomodulation. In contrast to surgical lasers, the therapeutic lasers gently pass through your skin without breaking the skin or causing discomfort. Many professionals and patients consider laser therapy to be a handy tool in improving injury condition.