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Theraputic Laser Treatment, also called low level laser therapy or cold laser therapy, is used to treat neural musculoskeletal conditions by injecting billions of photons of visible and non visible light deep into underlying tissue. Cells contain certain properties which have the unique ability to absorb laser light energy and transform it into chemical energy, similar to photosynthesis in plants. The biostimulating effects of laser therapy include:

  • Reduction of pain by increasing endorphin release
  • Decrease inflammation by increasing lymphatic circulation
  • Increased vasodilation to allow oxygen rich blood to injured areas
  • Accelerate tissue regeneration by increased production of enzymes and ATP, the cell’s energy source
  • Speed up the healing process by increased collagen synthesis

There are over 2,000 clinical studies that have proven the success of therapeutic lasers. Lasers are non invasive; have no side effects as cells cannot be over stimulated; are safe as with no heat production, there is no tissue damage; and have few contraindications. We use the Theralase TLC-1000 laser, which is Health Canada approved and with its super pulsed ability, is effective in penetrating tissue 4 inches below the skin. 

  • Acute and chronic conditions respond well to laser therapy and include:
  • Rotator cuff, tendonitis and bursitis in the shoulder
  • Tendonitis in the elbow
  • Carpal tunnel in the wrist
  • Arthritis and tendon injuries in the hand
  • Bursitis of the hip
  • Ligament injuries in the knee
  • Achilles tendonitis and ligament sprains in the ankle
  • Plantar fasciitis in the foot
  • Facet sprains and muscle strains in the neck or back
  • Temporomandibular joint disorder

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