Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy

Low-level laser therapy is based on the application of continual, polarized, monochromatic light as laser beam. Tissues absorb the laser beam, but the energy in it gets into the cells of the tissues, in this way facilitating them to function normally again. Due to the generated photochemical reaction, first of all, biostimulating, regenerating, and anti-inflammatory effect can be achieved. Low-level laser therapy as method serves the treatment of painful musculoskeletal disorders, the inflamed skin, mucous membranes, soft tissues, besides, wounds (burns, scars), and soft tissue injuries.