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Cold Laser Therapy with our Livonia Chiropractor

Our chiropractor in Livonia uses cold laser therapy to effectively treat a variety of conditions and injuries. Cold laser therapy works by promoting a chemical reaction called photobiostimulation. During this process, a laser is placed over an injured part of the body and emits non-thermal photons of light, which pass through the layers of skin. During photobiostimulation, endorphins get released, which help to promote healing, alleviate pain, and increase blood circulation.

Chiropractor treating with cold laser therapy

Common Conditions Cold Laser Therapy Treats

Some of the most common conditions that cold laser therapy treats include:

  • Arthritis and other types of joint pain
  • Back and neck pain
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tendonitis
  • Sciatica and Iliotibial Band Syndrome
  • Neuropathy and Diabetic Neuropathy
  • Tennis elbow and knee pain

This type of therapy also effectively treats injuries sustained in automobile accidents and can be used to promote healing after surgical procedures.

Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy

Because of the many benefits this type of FDA-approved therapy provides, our chiropractor often recommends cold laser therapy to treat chronic pain, promote healing, and treat the conditions listed above.

This specialized type of laser therapy is completely noninvasive and pain-free. When dealing with pain or certain conditions, health care professionals will recommend over-the-counter medications or prescriptions drugs. Oftentimes, however, there are negative side effects associated with these medications.

If you are looking for an all-natural form of treatment with no negative side effects, our chiropractor recommends giving cold laser therapy a try. While it may take a series of sessions to treat your condition or injury, each session usually only takes less than 20 minutes. Laser therapy helps to speed up and strengthen the healing process, which means it usually has a permanent effect.

Is Cold Laser Therapy Different From Chiropractic Care?

Many patients ask if cold laser therapy is different than chiropractic care. Traditional chiropractic care involves spinal manipulations to help treat certain conditions of the muskulotelatal system. Over the years, chiropractors have discovered other types of alternative treatments that are completely safe and effective for their patients.

Cold laser therapy is just one of the many types of treatments we use at Correct Care Family Chiropractic. While light therapies use a slightly different approach when treating pain, injuries, and certain conditions, our chiropractor in Livonia uses it because it is safe, effective, and there are no negative side effects. Besides that, we are invested in treating the whole person, which is why we use different types of therapies as part of our comprehensive and holistic plan.

Learn More About Cold Laser Therapy at Correct Care Family Chiropractic

If you have chronic pain or would like to speed up your post-surgical recovery, contact our chiropractor in Livonia at 248-426-6600 to see how cold laser therapy can help.

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