Laser therapy uses selected wavelengths of light to stimulate key molecules in human tissues. Decades of medical research have identified the wavelengths, energy level and frequencies that induce changes in cellular metabolism (Photobiostimulation), for instance melanin absorbing sunlight energy changes the skin's pigmentation. K-Laser delivers energy from superficial to deep tissues activating a cascade of photochemical reactions that promotes cell function, enabling treated tissues to accelerate the stages of the healing process and reduce pain sensation. This is a safe and non-invasive technique that uses the body’s own reparative processes.
The K-Laser dynamic therapy protocols enhance tissue bio-stimulation, analgesia, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects. It penetrates laser energy deep into musculoskeletal tissues and accelerates cell metabolism by increasing blood flow, nutrients, cell division and excretion of waste products. As a result: skin, tendons, ligaments and muscles are repaired faster with less inflammation, scarring and pain.
• Chronic Back Pain
• Sport injuries
• Musculoskeletal conditions in pregnancy
• Post Surgical Rehabilitation
• Chronic Neck Pain
• And more
• Scar Hypersensitivity
• Analgesic Effect for People Allergic to Drugs
• Sport Injuries
• Chronic Non-Healing Wounds
• Post Surgical Wound Healing
• Hallux valgus-bursitis
• Toenail Fungus
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Tarsal tunnel syndrome
• And more
K-Laser therapy is suitable for any age group, any skin tone, and any body size. From athletes to pregnant women, from injured children to infirm elderly people, from acute injuries to chronic conditions: the K-Laser protocols can be tailored to the specific individual.
There are no foreseeable risks associated with laser therapy when administrated by trained clinicians. Laser therapy is a safe and effective therapy, K-Laser devices have been tested for safety and effectiveness and approved by the CE and FDA - Food and Drug Administration (all certifications available upon request).
Laser therapy is not known to induce allergic reactions. In the majority of cases the treatments are not painful.
Adverse effects are rare and temporary. They might include:
- Temporary increase in pain during application of laser.
- Temporary increase in pain the following day after laser therapy.
- Mild bruising from vasodilation or direct pressure of laser tip.
- Reactions when photosensitizing drugs are used with laser therapy (theoretical precaution).
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