Cold Laser Therapy Accelerates the Healing Process While Reducing Pain
Cold laser therapy is a non-invasive, painless light therapy that has been proven to effectively help with soft tissue and muscle pain. There are many issues that cold laser therapy can help with, some directly related to the spine and some not. Cold laser treatments are safe and effective procedures to help give the body the ability to heal itself after multiple sessions.
Laser Therapy Utilizes Non-Invasive, Painless Light
Cold laser therapy can help with various muscle groups, disc injuries and more. Chiropractic adjustments handle manipulation of the bones into proper alignment while cold laser is an added treatment to help keep the spinal column aligned and relaxed. This is done by focusing on the muscles and tissues surrounding it. This allows the body to maximize chiropractic adjustments.
Cold laser therapy can also help with scar tissue formation, decreasing pain and lack of range of motion with regular treatment. Aside from just working around the spine, cold laser therapy can be used on extremities as well.
Laser Pain Management Is Proven Effective At Healing Injury
Laser therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light to treat painful and debilitating conditions. Laser therapy is also known as Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) and is a form of photobiomodulation. Dr. Brian DiRussa, DC offers laser pain management in the Southampton area. Low light laser therapy is currently being used in 70 countries as well as by Harvard Medical School, NASA researchers, the US Navy and a multitude of Professional Sports Organizations in addition to our clinic.
Common Conditions Laser Therapy Helps
- Sports Injuries
- Back Pain & Neck Pain
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Knee Pain
- Arthritis & Tendinitis
Cold Laser Therapy Promotes Naturally Healing
When a patient comes in for their sessions, low-level light is applied directly to the problem areas. The tissue absorbs this light. The body has a natural reaction to red and near infrared light. This reaction can affect damaged cells that helps promote their regeneration. The laser is not cold, but it is called cold laser therapy because the low levels of light are not enough to heat the body’s tissue.
During the procedure, patients can feel the device against their skin but it creates no heat, sound or vibration. It is completely noninvasive and painless. Most of the time, one treatment will take only a few minutes. Patients may see results after their first session but it depends on their unique condition. Our doctors will work with each patient to formulate the best treatment route to manage their pain.