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Laser Therapy

Light is a form of energy made up of photons. Low level lasers (also called cold lasers) are designed to deliver this light energy to cells that can then convert that light energy into chemical energy for different cellular processes that help reduce inflammation, improve circulation, and heal damaged cells and tissues.

Many conditions can be treated and cured with laser therapy. Laser therapy can help with arthritis, tendon and muscle injuries, inflammatory bowel disease, disc disease of the spine, non-healing wounds, hot spots, chronic ear infections, and surgical wound healing.