Cold Laser Therapy Offers Excellent
Therapeutic Benefits

Understanding Cold Laser Therapy or Low-Level Laser Therapy

Cold laser therapy is a treatment method that involves the usage of specific wavelengths of light to interact with the tissues in the human body. This technique is very helpful in the treatment of a variety of chronic conditions by eliminating pain, reducing spasm, and increasing the body functionality.

The Erchonia Cold Laser is a revolutionary technique that has come up in the field of therapy. It was the first low-level laser in the world to gain the FDA market clearance in January 2002. Low-level lasers don't have a thermal effect, and there's virtually no heat or sensation during the process.

Cold lasers stimulate and heal the tissues, rather than destroying them. Dr. Brock Lovett at Lovett Chiropractic Pain Relief Clinic is one of the progressive chiropractors who advocate the use of this therapy. You can consult Dr. Lovett if you're suffering from neck and shoulder problems, nerve compressions, or joint problems.

Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy

Cold laser therapy has been found to be very effective in speeding up the healing process. It offers a speedy recovery, improves mobility, reduces pain, enhances muscle strength, and reduces inflammation. The laser accelerates the healing process at the cellular level by increasing the cellular energy production (ATP) and blood flow.

It is one of the safest therapeutic treatments since it's non-invasive and you can avoid the risks associated with surgery and the side effects of medications.
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Cold Laser Therapy Helps With Conditions, Such As:

  • Neck and shoulder problems
  • Low back and hip pain
  • Soft tissue injuries - sprain, strain, whiplash, sports injuries, bruises
  • Joint and muscle pain, tendonitis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Nerve compression
  • Myofascial trigger points
  • Post-surgical scar removal
  • Bell's palsy
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Get in Touch With Us to Learn More About How Cold Laser Therapy Can Help You With Your Joint Problems.
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