Laser therapy was recently approved by the FDA for the
treatment of musculoskeletal problems in the United States.
Low level laser therapy has significantly improved the treatment
of repetitive strain injuries, where the cell has become metabolically
exhausted from repeated interruptions of the healing process.
The low level laser therapy stimulates cell function by catalyzing
enzymes in the mitochondria, increasing the production of
ATP, thereby energizing the cell, leading to cell normalization,
pain relief, and healing.
applications can optimize human performance at any level,
speed up recovery and healing times as well as improve or
repair neurological impairment or function. All with proven
increases in resultant muscle strength, range of motion, and
rapid acceleration of wound healing.