Laser Treatment and Benefits for Body Pain

Author: Solisa Maestri

Physiotherapy and other pain-reducing medications are the common approaches to treat body pain. And today another method – and is said to be more effective – is being used for treatment: laser therapy. It uses low level radiation and is safe to reduce body pain.

One type of laser treatment is commonly called Diolase10 Deep Tissue Laser therapy. It is a non-surgical option that is proven effective to eliminate or lessen pain. With at least 5 sessions with this treatment (it takes a few minutes per session), you are able to experience the significant improvement.

The concept behind diolase involves flooding the tissues with photons, energizing the affected cells, and increasing circulation to the painful area. Laser light is penetrated by special receptors found in the cell membrane. As the laser stimulates that part of the cell, cellular energy is increased resulting acceleration of healing of the damaged tissue. This process provides a cascade of healing responses in the affected area, reducing inflammation. As a result, pain is reduced or even eliminated.

Some laser treatment benefits:

  • Develops new blood vessels or what we call revascularization;
  • Proliferation or regeneration of tissues;
  • Reduces swelling and improves inflammatory response;
  • Reduces scar tissue formation and increases tissue tensile strength;
  • Improves blood flow and lymphatic drainage

Some medical conditions where diolase deep tissue laser therapy is applied:

  1. Arthritic conditions
  2. Back pain
  3. Bulging, Fused or Slipped Discs
  4. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  5. Epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
  6. Fibromyalgia
  7. Headaches, including Migraine
  8. Knee and shoulder pains
  9. Plantar Fasciitis (common cause of heel pain)
  10. Post-Surgical Recovery
  11. Sports Injuries (Pulled Hamstrings, Calves Etc.)

The advancement of medical technology has come a long way – laser treatment is part of this improvement. We, people, must take advantage of this development as this is aimed to make our lives better.

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About the Author

Solisa Maestri is a healthcare enthusiast who loves to share useful information on beauty and health-related topics. Specifically she wants to share knowledge about laser treatment and how it helps for pain management.

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