Cold laser treatment is basically a form of therapy meant for patients after a surgical procedure. It helps in post-surgical pain management. The procedure has one of the most scientific research and clinical studies conducted upon it that speaks to the validity and efficacy of the treatment. Cold laser treatment is one of the procedures practiced by physical therapists in Houston, TX because of its benefits, especially for surgery patients.
How ML830 Laser Works
The laser therapy system helps to increase the process of healing through the complex augmentation of one’s body inflammatory process. The non-thermal laser enhances tissue healing by penetrating deep into soft tissue and promoting photobiostimulation. This means that the body’s cellular metabolism is increased thus accelerates cell repair, increases blood flow while stimulating the lymphatic and immune systems. In conclusion, photobiostimulation energizes cells and accelerates normal body healing process.
The process as described by physical therapists at Absolute Physical Therapy is vital for headaches, cervical pain, tissue healing and post-surgical pain as it relieves pain.
Benefits of Cold Laser Treatment
No Side Effects
The laser penetrates deep tissue to accelerate treatment. This means that no incision is required to reach affected areas of the body. No drug is administered to make the treatment effective. It means that patients are not subjected to side effects. The cold laser treatment is widely beneficial to many such as athletes.
Cold laser treatment is non-invasive as no pain is experienced by the patient. The laser is concentrated over the area experiencing pain and all the patient feels is a comfortable warmth on the part being treated.
Any physical therapist in Houston, TX will tell you that cold laser treatment does not involve any form of medication. Medicine subjects patients to side effects which are not sometimes bearable.
Physical therapy at Absolute Physical Therapy uses the ML830 cold laser treatment for tissue strength and pain alleviation.