Therase Laser Therapy

lazerLaser therapy works deep in your tissues, by injecting photons of laser light to heal tissue ailments.

Therapeutic laser therapy is a safe, pain-free way of healing a number of illnesses and increasing the healing process to reduce your body’s pain naturally.

Your tissue naturally contains protein strands called chromospheres and cytochromes which are located in the mitochondria of a cell, and have the ability to absorb laser light energy and transform it into chemical energy for a cell.

Therapeutic laser therapy can be used for a number of biological effects to help your body and injuries heal, including:

  • Rapid cell growth: laser light accelerates cellular reproduction
  • Faster wound healing
  • Increased metabolic activity: higher outputs of specific enzymes, greater oxygen and good particle loads for blood less mean greater production of the basic food source for cells
  • Reduced fibrous tissue formation: laser light reduces the formation of scar tissue
  • Anti-inflammatory action: laser light reduces swelling caused by bruising or inflammation of joints
  • Increased vascular activity
  • Stimulated nerve function: laser light quickens the process of nerve cell reconnection to bring number areas in limbs back to life

What can laser therapy treat?

Therapeutic laser therapy is used to treat a number of conditions, including knee pain, lower back pain, neck pain, arthritis, heel pain, shoulder pain, tennis elbow, tendonitis, sprains and strains, carpal tunnel syndrome, hip pain, diabetic ulcers and help healing wounds.

Active Response Therapy

Active response therapy treats the underlying causes of your symptoms.

Numbness in the muscles might be caused by cumulative trauma, or repetitive stress injuries, including chronic back pain, whiplash injury, poor posture, or carpal tunnel syndrome. Active response therapy is a manual, hands-on therapy that can relieve you of your pain and issues.

Active response therapy works to lessen and correct adhesions, tissue that attach to muscles and decrease their ability to work pertly by pulling and slowing down their movements. These adhesions and trigger points of pain can be corrected with this type of therapy which uses specialized movements to break up adhesions.


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