Cold laser therapy, which is low-intensity and uses low levels of light, stimulates healing. When performed under the supervision of a qualified doctor, cold laser therapy can be considered safe. It's non-invasive and painless. It does not require any medication or preparation.
Doctors, dentists, and physical therapists all use cold laser therapy in various ways. Cold laser light treatment is used primarily for tissue repair and the relief of pain as well as inflammation.
Minor injuries and sprains
Cold laser therapy is often used in sports medicine and physical therapy to treat minor injuries and sprains such as:
- ligament sprains
- muscle strains
Cold lasers are used by dentists to treat inflammation in the mouth and heal ulcerations. It is used by doctors to treat inflammation from rheumatoid art (RA) as well as other chronic autoimmune diseases.
Aches and Pains
Cold laser therapy is used in pain clinics to treat people suffering from acute or chronic pain, such as Fibromyalgia or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
To promote skin rejuvenation, cold laser therapy is used. It is used by dermatologists to treat a variety of skin conditions, including:
- scars from and acne
Cold laser therapy is becoming more popular in traditional medicine and as an alternative or complementary therapy. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has approved it for a variety of conditions.