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cerebral-palsy-treatment-in-calicutLASER stands for “Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission Radiation”. Laser therapy is a medical breakthrough therapeutic device with unparalleled applications and treatment outcomes in physiotherapy practice. Therapeutic Laser works by converting light into biochemical energy, resulting in normal cell function, and has been found to have beneficial effects to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, promote wound healing and soft tissue repair. Laser Therapy is a non-invasive, safe, and an effective treatment modality.

How is the treatment done?

The laser is placed in contact with the skin allowing the healing energy to penetrate tissue, where it interacts with various intracellular bio-molecules resulting in the restoration of normal cell function. This also enhances the body’s natural healing processes. In essence, light energy is converted into biochemical energy.

occupational-therapy-in-keralaThe result- normal cell functions are restored. The process results in a disappearance of symptoms and increases the speed at which your body heals. Other Effects; the immune system response is stimulated, lymphatic drainage is improved, production of growth hormone is increased, & the body’s natural healing processes are enhanced. The beneficial physiological changes noted above are the result in tissue regeneration and cellular stimulation.

We at WellnessOne employ certified Laser specialist and are equipped with the most modern and advanced Therapeutic Laser devices. Therapeutic lasers are effectively used on trigger points in musculo-skeletal treatments and can provide drug-free pain relief, being of particular aid in the treatment of arthritic conditions and neuralgic pain, there are less side effects or risks, and it is quick and convenient. Pain relief is often immediate and long lasting. Studies have shown that it is more effective than other forms of physical therapy.

Applications of Laser Therapy in Physiotherapy

  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
  • Neuralgic Pain
  • Arthritic conditions
  • Tendonitis
  • Neck Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • TMJ Disorder
  • Epicondilitis
  • Sciatica
  • Golf and Tennis Elbow
  • Arthritis Pain
  • Fibromyalgia Pain
  • Pain associated with malignancies
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