Many people are surprised to hear that laser therapy is not as new as it sounds! In actual fact, it was first used (and continued since then) in 1967 by Professor Andre Mester. Since then, there has been over 2000 clinical studies published about cold laser therapy. The overall results from these studies demonstrates that cold laser therapy is a reliable, efficient method for pain relief.
Lowe Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) or Cold Laser Therapy is an alternative method of painless, non-invasive treatment for a variety of different conditions. Its main aim is to speed up the body’s healing process, helping bruises or scars following surgery or trauma to help better and faster. LLLT differs to other laser therapies by being ‘low level’ to activate healing. Other stronger lasers can be designed for surgical use or to alleviate tumours. Furthermore, research has shown that cold laser therapy can also help to manage some of the brain disorders, such as autism and Parkinson’s disease.
For more information, click here