Benefits of Laser Therapy

Treatment Shin Benefits of Laser TherapyDeep Tissue Laser Therapy works with your body’s natural healing abilities helping it heal quicker through the method of photo-bio-stimulation. Laser therapy is especially beneficial to patients experiencing acute pain due to auto injury, sports injury, slip-and-fall, work injury, and patients experiencing post-surgical pain.  It is also especially helpful to patients suffering from chronic pain.

A scientifically proven treatment, laser therapy is an alternative to drugs and surgery to fix chronic and acute pains. It has fast treatment periods and is non-invasive.

Laser Therapy relieves pain and inflammation associated with:

  • Low Back Pain
  • Disc Issues
  • Sprains and Strains
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Soft Tissue Injuries

and many more!

Laser therapy reduces pain and provides long-lasting pain relief without the side effects of most pain medicines. Depending on the severity of the condition, many patients experience long-lasting relief after only a couple of treatments.

Assuming there is no hemorrhaging during injury, acute conditions should be treated with laser therapy immediately or as soon as possible in order to be particularly effective. Recovery of normal body function happens more quickly when inflammation is reduced.

Laser therapy is especially useful to people who have battled persistent pains and inflammation for months or years due to tissue injuries that have remained un-repaired, or due to diseases. Patients with chronic conditions will experience huge, long-lasting relief usually with only a few treatments.


Lasers operate from 0.5 W to 25 W, allowing flexibility in intensity of treatment. Different pains require different modes of treatment. Off-contact treatment is an option, for example when treating bony protrusions or projections. On-contact methods vary from using different-sized laser heads to precisely match areas affected, to applying varied amounts of pressure to affected areas. Patients have reported that higher-power lasers result in faster pain relief.

Depending on the specific tool used, laser therapy may induce a gentle, soothing warmth, or no sensation at all. In fact, the treatment can be enjoyable especially when using the laser “massage” ball.

Because most treatment periods last only between 5-10 minutes depending on size, depth, and severity of the condition, the laser therapy treatment option is especially beneficial to very busy people.