How does cold laser work?
The laser stimulates muscle, nerve, and ligament tissue at a cellular level, which increases the energy production and oxygenation. Now the cells can detoxify and promote healing. All living cells have an energy source that make them function at an optimum level, if the cells energy has been decreased from injury or illness, it is not working at full strength. Cold laser will turn on the energy source in an injured cell increasing its function. For example, your cell is a light bulb on a dimmer switch, when it is injured the dimmer is turn low, the laser turns up the dimmer.
What type of conditions does cold laser help?
Dr. Brenda has been using the laser for over 4 years and has great results with the following conditions:
- Plantar fasicitis
- Morton's neuroma (pain and numbness between the toes)
- Shoulder pain and restricted motion
- Neuralgia (nerve pain in the arms or legs)
- Sprains and Strains
- Muscle Weakness
- Smoking Cessation