- Decreases pain and inflammation
- Accelerates healing of soft tissues
- Accelerates healing of disc and nerve root
- Decreases thickening of hypertrophic
- Reduces change of having back surgery
- Pain in the buttocks and down the thigh and leg (below the level of the knee)
- Most often due to disc herniation and degenerative arthritis
- Results in numbness, pain, and muscular weakness
- Laser therapy is the safest, most effective treatment for nerve pathology
- Arthritis is a form of joint disorder that involves the inflammation of one or more joints.
- There are over 100 types of arthritis
- Laser therapy has been clinically shown to decrease inflammation in the joints, increase blood flow to the areas of arthritis leading to an overall decrease in pain and inflammation
Restless Leg Syndrome
- Neurological disorder characterized by irresistible urge to move the legs and/or arms due to uncomfortable sensations.
- Intensified during rest and relaxation, worse in the evenings
- Relieved by activity and movement
- Associated conditions include peripheral neuropathy
- Laser therapy has been shown to be effective in safely helping to control neurological symptoms and urges to move extremities without dangerous side effects.
Post Operative Pain
- Strong antimicrobial effect means less infection post operative.
- Decreased scar tissue formation
- Less pain/ less activity intolerance
- Increased collagen and fibroblast growth means stronger tensile strength.
- Decreased post operative rehabilitation by 30% - 50%
- Nerve pathology secondary to impaired circulation (Diabetes, chemotherapy, medications, degenerative vascular diseases).
- Symptoms include; pain, burning, numbness, tingling, loss of balance.
- Only several medications available to treat the symptoms, nothing available to address the root cause.
- Laser therapy increases blood flow (vasodilation and neo-capillary growth) decreases pain and inflammation, as well as accelerates the healing of the peripheral nerve endings.
- Damage to outer layers of disc (annular fibers) resulting in the migration of gelatinous material (Necleus Pulpous) to the periphery which can result in neurological symptoms.
- Traditional treatment aim to decrease inflammation (epidural injections) and surgical removal of damaged disc material.
- Laser therapy is the only treatment which safely helps to control inflammation as well as actually heal the outer fibers of the damaged disc!
- Laser therapy can actually increase the tensile strength of the outer fibers of the disc making it stronger, more resilient.
And many more...