Laser Therapy | Laser Treatment

Why use Laser Therapy?

Laser therapy, also known as low-level laser or light therapy, is a treatment that utilizes specific types of light to interact with tissue. It is used to eliminate pain and promote healing for a variety of medical conditions.

What Are the Benefits of Laser Therapy?

Laser therapy offers patients a safe and effective therapy for a wide range of medical conditions, including soft tissue and sports injuries, arthritic conditions, repetitive stress injuries, wound healing and en extensive number of additional medical problems.

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Clinical Benefits

  1. Eliminates pain
  2. Reduces the need for pharmaceuticals
  3. Restores normal range of motion and physical function
  4. Non-invasive
  5. Non-toxic
  6. No known adverse effects
  7. No drug interactions
  8. Often makes surgical interventions unnecessary
  9. Provides a treatment alternative for patients that have not responded to conventional therapies

Physiological Effects

  1. Increased production and release of:
    1. Endorphins – naturally produced analgesic
    2. Cortisol – precursor of cortisone
    3. Growth hormone – instrumental in tissue repair
    4. ATP – improves and regulates cellular metabolism
  2. Increased protein synthesis – collagen, DNA, fibroblasts
  3. Venous and lymphatic flow facilitated
  4. Increased angiogenesis – elevation of oxygen saturation
  5. Enhanced immune response, etc.

How Does it Work?

Laser therapy is the use of light from a Low Intensity Laser Diode or an array of Superluminous Diodes to eliminate pain, accelerate healing and decrease inflammation. LLLT is also known as cold laser, low intensity laser therapy or photobiomodulation.
Laser therapy does not heat or cut tissue, unlike high intensity lasers. Many pharmacological treatments mask pain or only address the symptoms of the disease; laser Therapy treats the underlying condition or pathology to promote healing. This means that the treatments are effective and the benefits of laser therapy are long lasting.

A Treatment Overview

  1. Professional assessment
  2. Review of the recommended treatment plan
  3. Review of the expected outcomes
  4. Begin your treatments
  5. Communicate regularly with your health care professional about progress

What Conditions Does it Treat?

Our patented technology, which has been approved by the FDA, Health Canada, UL and CE, includes more than 30 standard protocols* for the treatment of a wide range of medical conditions.


  1. Ligament & Tendon Tears
  2. Muscle Strains
  3. Tendonitis
  4. Contusions


  1. Degenerative Osteoarthritis
  2. Rheumatoid Arthritis
  3. Vertebral Radiculopathy
  4. Chronic Spinal Problems


  1. Carpal tunnel syndrome
  2. Rotator Cuff Injuries
  3. Tennis Elbow


  1. Herniated Disc
  2. Fibromyalgia
  3. Temporo-Mandibular Joint Syndrome
  4. Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
  5. Post Herpetic Neuralgia


  1. Traumatic Lesions (burns)
  2. Dermal Ulcers
  3. Venous Stasis
  4. Compression