Laser Therapy Can Improve Your Mobility
Are You Experiencing Nagging Pain? Laser Therapy Could Be The Answer.
If you’ve never had a look at laser therapy before, it could just be the treatment you need. Although it can sound overwhelming, it is actually a wonderful way to help relieve pain and encourage healing.
Laser therapy is a Rebound Physical Therapy method provided for its safe, reliable, and non-invasive method of treating pain and helping patients heal from many conditions.
Laser treatments work by releasing photons into the tissues surrounding the affected area being treated. These photons enable the damaged area to alleviate pain, energize cells, and increase circulation.
Do laser therapy treatments hurt?
With laser therapy, there is always some anxiety. Our clinic gets questions such as, “Will it hurt?” Or is it safe?” ”
Before receiving a new type of care that you might not be fully comfortable with, it is understandable to be reluctant or worried.
We can assure you that laser therapy does NOT hurt and it IS totally safe.
Despite widespread skepticism, laser treatments are absolutely pain-free. You will experience little or no sensation at all when you undergo a laser treatment, depending on the type of laser that is being used.
A soft, calming warmth from the laser is what you can experience, which many patients report as relaxing.
Typically, procedures last from 2-10 minutes, and after only a few short sessions, patients begin to see results.
Is laser therapy right for me?
For both acute and chronic conditions, laser treatment may be used for sports injury, plantar fasciitis, neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain and sciatica, arthritis, bursitis, disc injuries. TMJ, carpal tunnel syndrome, migraines, damage to soft tissue, and more.
One of our dedicated Topeka, KS physical therapists will perform a physical assessment and review your medical history before deciding your treatment plan. This is done in order to properly diagnose your condition and determine which treatment options will help you best.
Both the type of the laser and its strength will be dependent upon the results of your initial evaluation.
What else should I know?
Laser therapy has earned a reputation as being one of the safest, non-invasive treatment options on the market. Treatments are administered directly to the skin, in order to avoid contact with the eyes. In fact, medical lasers are approved by the FDA and they adhere to strict ISO standards.
Call to learn more about laser therapy today
Laser therapy in Topeka, KS is limited, and our practice is equipped with the best methods and technologies for treating your pain.