Cold Laser Therapy in Walworth
Accelerate Healing with Cold Laser Therapy
Cold laser therapy is a non-invasive, painless, low level laser that stimulates the damaged tissues, enhancing the progress of healing and providing relief from pain and inflammation.
Cold laser treatment can help chronic pain and inflammation due to its capability to penetrate the skin and treat soft tissue injuries. It is a proven technique that is very popular in Europe and has been gaining popularity for those seeking effective pain treatments without medication or surgery in the United States. Laser therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light to treat painful and debilitating conditions. Laser therapy is also known as Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) and is a form of photobiomodulation.
Community Chiropractic Center is one of the top clinics that offer Laser Pain Management in Wisconsin. Low light laser therapy is currently being used in 70 countries as well as by Harvard Medical School, NASA researchers, the US Navy and a multitude of Professional Sports Organizations.
Cold Laser Therapy is Effective
- Sports injuries
- Ligament injury
- Muscle strain
- Regeneration of the nerves
- Joint injuries and pains
- Wound healing
Cold Laser Therapy is Non-Invasive and Medication-Free
When patients come in for cold laser therapy sessions, low-level light is applied directly to the problem areas. The tissue then absorbs the red and near infrared light which the body then has a natural reaction to. This reaction can affect damaged cells that help promote their regeneration. The laser is not cold but is called cold laser therapy because the low levels of light are not enough to heat your body’s tissue.
During the procedure, patients feel the device against their skin but it creates no heat, sound or vibration. It is completely noninvasive and painless. Most of the time, one treatment will take only a few minutes. Patients may see results after their first session, but it depends on the specific condition being treated. Dr. Elliott will work with you to formulate the best treatment route to manage the pain.