What is Cold Laser Therapy?

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What is Cold Laser Therapy West Palm Beach? Cold laser therapy is a non-invasive procedure that is used to stimulate and accelerate the body’s healing process. It is beneficial to patients who are suffering from both acute and chronic health conditions to reduce pain, spasms, and swelling and to enhance functionality. Cold laser therapy is also known as photobiomodulation, soft laser biostimulation, low-power laser therapy (or LPLT), and low-level laser therapy (or LLLT).

What are the Facts About Cold Laser Therapy?

How Does This Therapy Work?

Cold Laser Therapy West Palm Beach makes use of low-level light that is directly applied to your problem area. Your body can absorb the light emitted. When damaged cells are exposed to this light, it will create a series of reactions that eventually will lead to tissue regeneration.

A Class IV laser, 60-watt, 980-nanometer laser is used in the therapy. It has the ability to do ATP and mitochondrial stimulation but also stimulates your body’s innate stem cells.  Used with our technique of redoing fibrotic scar tissue and adhesions, it is a non-invasive procedure used to stimulate and accelerate your body’s healing process.

Who is Cold Laser Therapy For?

It is very popular in physical therapy and sports medicine. It is used to treat things like:

  • Sprains
  • Bursitis
  • Tendonitis
  • Ligament sprains
  • Muscle strains
  • Tennis elbow
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Knee pain

Furthermore, cold laser therapy helps in promoting soft tissue and joint healing.

Do You Need Cold Laser Therapy West Palm Beach?

If you are interested to learn more about cold laser therapy, don’t hesitate to ask your doctor. At Palm Beach Health Center, it is our mission to educate and adjust as many families as we can in achieving optimum health. We offer a wide range of services, including specific and efficient spinal correction that relieve pains and illnesses, at-home care exercises, nutritional recommendations, and health workshops to educate patients about today’s health issues. To learn more about our services, we encourage you to visit our website.

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