What is Laser Therapy?
Laser Therapy is the application of red and near infra-red light over injuries/lesions to stimulate healing within those tissues.
LLLT (Low Level Laser Therapy) or LPLT (Low Power Level Therapy) as well as Low Energy Laser are the dominant terms frequently used.
- Increasing the speed, quality and tensile strength of tissue repair.
- Smoking Cessation, Food Addiction, Alcohol addiction.
- Pain Relief and management.
- Tendonitis treatment (Frozen Shoulder).
- Wound healing (including ulceration treatment).
- Rheumatoid and Osteo Arthritis treatments.
- Dermatology, including Acne treatments.
- Podiatry, including Plantar Fascitis treatments.
- Acute back pain.
- Sprains / strains.
The Advantages of Using Laser Are:
- The use of laser saves time. Adult 15 seconds per point, where as in formal acupuncture 1000 seconds are required.
- Sterility is guaranteed.
- Treatment is painless and safe.
- Contra-indications to Laser Treatment
- Any potentially malignant tumors and skin changes in the area to be treated.
- Pregnant women should only be treated after careful consideration.
- Thyroid conditions; treating the neck area should be avoided.
- Areas under which silicone has been injected should be exempted from treatment.
Healing is rarely an act of harnessing inner energy and light, but is always a release and expression of this inner power. The person who is ill, is actually the healer.
Brian Murray M.D