Cold Laser Pain Therapy - Weddington Wellness Center

Cold Laser Pain Therapy

Cold laser therapy is most commonly used in professional, collegiate, and Olympic level athletics. Cold laser therapy is therapeutic for all qualifying patients who have a focal point of injury or pain.

Are you experiencing pain or discomfort in your muscles, joints, or soft tissue?

Or perhaps you are struggling with chronic pain in your shoulder or knee?

Whether it’s due to injury, chronic conditions, or other factors, pain can impact every aspect of your life. Fortunately, cold laser therapy can help. 

This non-invasive technique uses low levels of light to stimulate and accelerate the healing process in your body, without heating your bodily tissue.

At our practice, we use Class IV Lumix and MR4 Multi Radiance machines to safely penetrate specific super pulsed frequency of light waves, promoting the healing of damaged tissue in just a matter of minutes. 

In addition to reducing pain and inflammation, cold laser therapy can promote emotional well-being and enhance overall mind-body wellness.

How Long Does It Take?

The treatment is less than 15 minutes and depending on the level of injury, results can be seen within 1-6 visits with occasional maintenance follow ups.

We suggest at least a six or twelve session package for optimal results. Our laser therapy is available in our program to enhance your overall optimal wellness.

How Does It Work?

When our cells are damaged, they signal the pain response of our central nervous system. Laser energy excites our cells by transmitting healing wavelengths of light through the affected area up to 6 inches deep depending on tissue density. Once the light reaches the ATP in the cells of the body, they promote the healing process. Laser therapy light can ignite the production of enzymes, stimulate mitochondria, increase vasodilation and lymphatic drainage, and elevate collagen formation substances to prevent the formation of scar tissue.

Research has also found that laser light onto the occipital part of the skull, has possibilities to stimulate brain function. The healing process can occur in all tissue including nerves, muscles, ligaments, and even, bone.

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