Low level laser therapy produces significant changes at the cellular and tissue levels which have beneficial effects in musculoskeletal injury. It provides a non-invasive, drug free augmentation of the healing processes, being useful for tears, sprains and tendinopathies. It is not only useful in acute injuries where it decreases pain associated with inflammation and reduced oedema, improving range of movement and optimising recovery, but is also uniquely useful where there is chronic injury. Moreover it can provide relief wherever neuralgia or neuropathic pain is involved.
Low level light laser therapy can be used for wounds. It positively influences all phases of wound healing provides an anti-inflammatory effect to reduce pain and accelerate cell proliferation and consequently the healing process in soft tissues.
Low level light laser therapy both nociceptive and neuropathic pain. It provides both immediate relief of pain through reducing muscle spasm and local oedema, and also longer term effects by modulating the immune response and stimulating tissue healing. Its use is hugely beneficial in limiting the progression of acute to chronic pain.
Laser therapy is being used to treat inflammatory skin disease such as allergic and atopic dermatitis. It stimulates arterial and lymphatic microcirculation and encourages high quality new tissue growth.
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