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Lawrence Chiropractor discusses Cold Laser Therapy.

Updated: Oct 23, 2018

Cold laser therapy is a treatment, which uses low level lasers to stimulate the damaged tissues, thereby enhancing the progress of healing and providing relief from pain and inflammation. The cold laser treatment has a very good potential to ease chronic pain and inflammation due to its capability to penetrate the skin and treat soft tissue injuries.

The relief and healing provided by the cold laser is due to the several mechanisms, which the therapy induces. There is increased production of the serotonin in the brain and the stimulation of the neuro-endocrine system, which promotes the sense of overall well-being. In addition, the progress of tissue repair is enhanced and pain is alleviated. When the targeted body part is exposed to the cold laser, the cells are exposed to photon energy, which increases metabolism of the cells and promotes collagen growth and muscle cells. The blood circulation improves and thus the wounds heal faster.

The cold laser treatment is highly beneficial for those, who suffer from acute or chronic pain. As compared to the other treatment methods, the cold laser provides certain benefits like:

  • Safe

  • Non-invasive

  • Cost effective

  • Alternative form of treatment

  • The need for surgery is reduced

The cold laser therapy is gaining popularity because it increases blood circulation to the injured area, which activates natural healing and treatment. For this reason, it is not only very helpful in relieving chronic back pain but also in the treatment of:

  • Arthritis

  • Increased sports performance

  • Swelling

  • Sports injuries

  • Ligament injury

  • Muscle strain

  • Weight loss, to an extent

  • Regeneration of the nerves

  • Joint injuries and pains

  • Wound healing

  • Back Pain

  • Neck Pain

  • Headaches and Migraines

  • Sciatica and Leg Pain

  • Degenerative, Bulging or Herniated Discs

  • Sprains, Strains, Tendonitis

  • Arthritis

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and other inflammatory conditions like tennis elbow and bursitis

  • Shoulder Pain & Rotator Cuff Conditions

  • Plantar Fascitis, Heel and Foot Pain

  • Cuts, Burns and Scars

The results for physical injuries and disorders include a reduction in swelling, an increase in tissue healing, reduction in pain, increased mobility, and maximum recovery.

  • Relieves acute and chronic pain

  • Increases the speed, quality and tensile strength of tissue repair

  • Increases blood supply

  • Stimulates the immune system

  • Stimulates nerve function

  • Develops collagen and muscle tissue

  • Helps generate new and healthy cells and tissue

  • Promotes faster wound healing and clot formation

  • Reduces inflammation


Treatments take just a couple of minutes and may be performed through clothing. There is often no sensation during treatment, some patients report mild tingling. The number of treatments depends on your condition and your body’s ability to heal. You may be relieved in as little as one treatment. Typically, the longer you’ve had your condition and the more severe it is, the longer treatment will take. That’s why it is always best to take care of the source of your pain right away.


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