Understanding Cold Laser Therapy and Its Benefits


Cold laser therapy is a new procedure with seemingly lots of advantages. It is non-invasive, which means that no surgery is required. There isn’t any kind of a prolonged recovery time you have to worry about, like you would with a traditional surgery. You don’t have to take any medications, and lots of patients would rather not take medications at all. Studies have even shown that cold laser therapy does not have serious side effects.

Cold laser therapy produces a light impulse at a unique wavelength that reduces reflection and scattering but maximizes energy absorption at a certain depth. It’s sometimes called “soft laser therapy” and it makes use of low level lasers to get damaged tissues stimulated, which enhances healing progress and is said to provide relief from inflammation and pain. Cold laser treatment has amazing potential to reduce chronic pain and inflammation because of its ability to penetrate skin and soft tissue injuries.

In recent years, it’s been growing in popularity because of its many benefits. People who suffer from chronic or acute pain can derive a lot of benefit from it. A short list of the benefits that can be associated with cold laser therapy:

  • Extremely safe
  • Easy to apply
  • No pain or side effects
  • Very effective in treating ailments
  • Better alternative to analgesics and pain medications
  • Works well with other therapies like physical therapy, acupuncture, and chiropractic care
  • Non-invasive
  • Affordable
  • Non-toxic
  • Alternative type of treatment
  • No need for surgery

What is cold laser therapy useful for? Cold laser therapy increases blood circulation in an affected area, and that facilitates natural healing and treatment. Because of this, it is not only extremely helpful in reducing chronic back pain but also in the treatment of the following symptoms and conditions:

  • Muscle pain
  • Arthritis
  • Sports injuries
  • Nerve regeneration
  • Hair growth
  • Wound healing
  • Addiction treatment (alleviate withdraw)

Treatment is safe and non-toxic. However, pregnant women, people with thyroid disorders and patients on immunosuppressive drugs should not get cold laser therapy. Cold laser therapy has shown a lot of progress since it was introduced. Experts contend that cold laser therapy should complement an existing pain management plan.

Cold laser therapy can increase cell growth, metabolic activity, have an anti-inflammatory effect, facilitate wound healing, reduce fibrous tissue formation, stimulate nerve function, and reduce pain. All in all, it is a pretty amazing treatment model. Consider it if you are afflicted with any of the conditions listed in this article.

Sam-Gross Ledinic, a noted relationship strategist and life coach, even credits cold laser therapy with being very beneficial in the course of treatment. Therefore, he opened his own cold laser therapy center, and he has helped many people recover from injury and chronic pain. Cold laser therapy is beneficial for a wide variety of conditions, as long as it’s used correctly.

Click here to watch a video introduction to cold laser therapy.

Veronica Davis