LASER stands for ‘Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.’ It has been a therapy technique for over 60 years and FDA approved since 2002.

Laser is a painless therapy that uses specific wavelengths of light that create therapeutic effects, such as increasing circulation, decreasing pain, inflammation and decreases swelling. It is also known to speed up recovery time.

Our cells absorb the photons emitted by the laser and converts them to energy. This extra energy helps with pain relief and the rate of healing. In combination with other physical therapy techniques, laser therapy helps you get back to feeling better sooner.

We often use laser therapy for anti-inflammation, pain relief, neuropathy, nerve pain, sports related injuries, bone fractures, joint conditions and muscle injuries.

Schedule an appointment today to learn more about this therapy offering.