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Laser Treatment NEW at TheraMAX

Phototherapy is a physical treatment modality using Superluminous Diode (SLD) and Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) to emit photons (light) in very specific regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Photons of near infrared and visible red penetrate the skin stimulating a cascade of clinical benefits.

The non-invasive, Low Level Laser Energy creates biological changes at the cellular level. Light energy is absorbed by mitochondria and cell membranes and converted into biological energy. This process induces increased tissue healing, an accelerated inflammatory process and an enhanced immune response.

The coherent focused Low Level Laser energy penetrates deeply to stimulate the target tissue while the Superluminous Diodes delivers a broader beam producing evenly distributed visible red and infrared energy over a much larger area.

This recruitment of larger tissue area enhances the healing process, resulting in improved overall function. Patients will gain tissue mobility, have reduced pain associated with muscle and joint dysfunction, and notice improved healing of both acute and chronic conditions.

Some of the many conditions which have been successfully treated with laser include Athletic Injuries, Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbosacral pain and dysfunction, Headache, Temporo-Mandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ), Sinusitis, Shoulder, Elbow and Hand pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Hip, Knee and Ankle pain, Achilles Tendonitis, Plantar Fasciitis and skin wounds.

Tips from the Experts

Tips from the Experts

Speaking of Rotator Cuff

You have completed your spring clean up, started the weekly mowing, and if you are luckier than the rest of us, you may have even returned to the bowling lanes, the tennis courts, the golf course or even the gym. You just now realize that the small tenderness, the miniscule but sharp pinch or even the slight weakness you felt while lifting the leaf bags just hasn’t gone away. In fact, it’s worse…much worse and ibuprofen just isn’t touching it. You may have injured your rotator cuff.

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