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Cold laser therapy
What is Cold Laser Therapy?
Low level laser therapy (LLLT, also known as photobiomodulation, cold laser therapy and laser biostimulation) is an emerging medical technique in which exposure to low-level laser light or light-emitting diodes are used to stimulate or inhibit cellular function leading to beneficial clinical effects. The technique is also known by the terms laser therapy and phototherapy. Low level laser therapy, is a treatment in which a cold laser is used to treat acute and chronic pain by stimulating cells to better respond to stress and injury. The damaged cells stimulated by the laser produce more proteins and anti-inflammatory chemicals to promote healing.
Cold Laser is an effecive treatment for:
Soft tissue injury