What is Laser Therapy?

Laser Therapy Summary

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) is safe, painless and scientifically proven to be an effective treatment for a variety of conditions and has over 30 years of use by Medical Professionals attributing to its success. Today lasers are being used for an ever increasing array of treatments; including Addictions, Pain Relief, Wound Healing, Stress, Insomnia and much more.

How does it Work?

Therapeutic Lasers are applied to specific acupuncture points of the body (ears, hands, feet, etc) Acupuncture points are access points to the body’s energy path ways called “Meridians”, the laser is used to stimulate the body’s natural healing mechanisms to restore energy and rebalance the body.

Is Laser Therapy Safe?

Clinical studies carried out over the past 30 years have shown Low-Level Laser to be safe and effective when used appropriately by a Trained Professional. The treatments are non-invasive and non-thermal; the applications are applied over the tissue involved or at specific acupuncture points as mentioned above. There have been no adverse side effects or significant safety hazards associated with this form of therapy.

Is Laser Therapy Effective?

There are thousands of studies that verify the safety and effectiveness of Laser Therapy. As well there are continued studies on laser therapy as we advance on the ever-evolving range of conditions being treated.

What does a Treatment Involve?

The initial treatment involves a complete evaluation of the condition specific to you. A treatment plan will be formulated and a Certified Laser Therapist will treat selected acupuncture points on your ears and body with the therapeutic laser. We may suggest various supplements specific to your needs to help you through your transition to a healthier life style and to aid in your recovery and most importantly improve your over all health! You can expect your initial consult to be about one hour in time.

How should you choose your Laser Therapist?

Laser Therapists are trained in various treatment protocols and treatment methods. What one should look for is a Laser Therapist who is also a trained with a background in Allopathic and or Alternative Medicine. A qualified Health Care Professional is much more capable of assessing your health care needs.

Laser Therapy, although a very effective therapy on its own, is not meant to take place of medical care. It is meant to be a complementary therapy to assist in the rebalance of the body’s natural mechanisms, which help to relieve pain and the physical withdrawal associated with addiction and assist the body in detoxification, and works very well in combination with allopathic medicine.

Tissue Stimulation using Low Power Laser

The treatment procedure is non-invasive and non-thermal. Usage is external over the tissue involved. No adverse side effects have been found with this form of therapy.