Laser Therapy encourages collagen, fibroblast and cartilage regrowth
Laser Therapy is a non-invasive treatment
Laser treatments are free of side effects
Unlike all other forms of treatment, Laser Therapy results are long term
Pain in joint during or after movement
Tenderness in a joint when you gently push on it
Crunching feeling or sound of bone rubbing on bone [called crepitus] when joint is used
Stiffness after periods of inactivity, such as sleeping or sitting
Laser Therapy allows most patients to resume activities which they were unable to participate in previously
Most MRI findings are “incidental” and do not “clinically correlate” with examination findings or the patients subjective complaints
There is no treatment to heal and or repair injury to the disc, except laser therapy
A large majority of back pain starts from abnormal gait during walking
Laser therapy is the best and safest treatment for nerve pain
Because laser therapy heals living tissue, results are long term
Laser therapy decreases pain and inflammation
Accelerates healing of soft tissues
Accelerates healing of disc and nerve root
Decreases thickening of hypertrophic ligaments
Effectively saves many patients of back surgery
No adverse side effects
Anti-Inflammatory: MSL Laser Therapy has an anti-edema effect as it causes vasodilation, and the lymphatic drainage system, which drains swollen areas. As a result, there is a reduction in swelling caused by bruising or inflammation.
80% of all adults will have back pain at one time in their lives.
The cost of treating back pain in the USA exceeds 14 billion dollars each year and is second only to treating the common cold.
Many people who suffer from back problems which tend to persist over time begin to show signs of biomechanics changes and degenerative changes within the spine.
These over time, can lead to internal breakdown and derangement of the disc which can then ultimately lead to sciatic nerve pain which radiates into the buttocks and legs.
Traditional treatments yield poor results at best, which is due to the fact that most treatments available today can not in any way heal the disc or the sciatic nerve.
Super-pulsed robotic laser therapy on the other hand, can decrease swelling, accelerate the healing of the sciatic nerve as well as regenerate fibrocartilage which comprises the outer 1/3 of the disc.
This can all be achieved without any side effects whatsoever!
Damage to layer of disc (annular fibers) resulting in pain and the migration of gelatinous material (Nucleus Pulposus) to the periphery which can result in neurological symptoms.
Laser therapy is the only treatment which safely helps to control inflammation as well as actually heal the outer fibers of the damaged disc!
Traditional treatments aim to decrease inflammation (epidural injections) and surgical removal of damaged disc material.
Laser therapy can actually increase the tensile strength of the outer fibers of the disc making it stronger, more resilient by stimulating fibroblast growth of the disc
It is estimated that over 20 million Americans suffer from Peripheral Neuropathy.