Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy, or “photobiomodulation,” is the use of specific wavelengths of light (red and near-infrared) to create therapeutic effects. These effects include improved healing time, pain reduction, increased circulation and decreased swelling. Laser Therapy has been widely utilized in Europe by physical therapists, nurses and doctors as far back as the 1970’s. Now, after FDA clearance in 2002, Laser Therapy is being used extensively in the United States. Numerous studies show that Laser Therapy can help with: osteoarthritis, joint pain, tendinopathies, edema and congestion, ligament sprains, muscle strains, puncture wounds, post-traumatic injury, post-surgical back pain, hip dysplasia, burns, chronic wounds, rehabilitation, and post-orthopedic surgical recovery. For more information, see: