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Low-level laser therapy is the application of visible red or near-infrared light emitted from a low power laser for therapeutic purposes.
Low-level laser therapy is used to help heal wounds and to treat many of types of musculoskeletal injuries and disorders including back pain caused by lower back strain, herniated discs, fibromyalgia, etc.
Low-level lasers operate at very low levels of power. Unlike high-power lasers, low-level lasers do not heat or damage human tissue.
The laser device is held against the skin over the area being treated. Low-level lasers emit wavelengths of light in the visible red to near-infrared red range, which penetrate deeply into the tissues.
The light energy is absorbed and converted to biochemical energy, which stimulates the cells. Low-level laser therapy is believed to speed healing and reduce pain and inflammation. There are no known side effects to low-level laser therapy.
Low-level laser therapy is used to treat both acute and chronic pain. The benefits of low-level laser therapy appear to be accumulative - it may take several treatments for the results to become evident.
Total number of treatments needed depends upon the condition being treated, the severity of the condition, and each patient's individual response.
Additional benefits of photo modulation resulting from LLLT:
LLLT initiates a process known as photo modulation at the cellular level. During this process the bodies cells are able to metabolize at an elevated rate, expediting the natural healing process. The bio stimulating effect of LLLT results in a decrease in inflammation and pain, and an increase in healing and tissue regeneration.
Conditions Treated with Laser Therapy