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Pain Relief with Laser Light

February 14, 2017

Are you living with chronic pain? Are you taking medication everyday to help you with pain symptoms? Are you looking for a way to solve the pain without having to take any more medication or go to surgery? Consider the painless alternative of Pulsed Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT).

 

Chronic pain is an issue that is very prevalent in the general population and is one of the top reasons for emergency room visits every year. Pain can be nagging and annoying as well as debilitating with many unable to work or participate in any activity. This can lead to depression and other chronic illnesses including hypertension, diabetes, and increased anxiety.

 

Most will turn to anti-inflammatory or pain killers to reduce their pain to a manageable level. Others may have to use stronger medication including muscle relaxants and nerve blockers to decrease the pain overall. This may provide short-term relief but studies have shown that these medications can cause negative effects as well as hinder proper healing of the body by blocking the repair process from occurring correctly.

 

A better alternative that has shown results for pain relief without any of the negative side effects is Pulsed Low Level Laser Therapy. In particular, pulsed LLLT allows high-powered laser energy to be used without the inherent dangers of high-powered lasers due to its pulsing action. LLLT therapy has been used over 30 years for the relief of pain due to injury or chronic issue and has had success for everything from muscle pain to nerve injury. Lasers are used to treat cases of lower back pain, herniated disc, sciatica, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome and many other pain conditions.  LLLT has also been shown to be effective on fibromyalgia and other chronic pain diseases.

 

Pulsed LLLT has the ability to get greater depth of penetration than traditional cold lasers and can deliver high levels of laser energy to the injured area for maximum results. The laser energy is absorbed at the cellular level and “ignites” the cell to operate at a higher capacity, which in turn leads to accelerated healing. This means less time needed to recover and quicker pain relief for those suffering from pain. Recent studies conducted on LLLT has shown accelerated healing of bone, nerve, and muscle as well as the reduction of inflammation and pain levels without the interference in the natural healing process.

 

If you are suffering from chronic pain and want to return to your activities pain-free, give Pulsed Low Level Laser Therapy a try and get back in the game. 

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