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BIOFLEX® Laser Therapy

Laser therapy, which is also known as low-level laser therapy or photobiomodulation, is a treatment that utilizes light energy from lasers or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to positively influence the metabolic processes of cells and facilitate healing from damage and inflammation. This is achieved by applying light to the affected tissues and stimulating the photoreceptors that are sensitive to specific wavelengths and intensities of light.

Musculoskeletal Injuries
Laser therapy speeds up healing for muscle strains, ligament sprains, and other musculoskeletal injuries. Whether from sports, overuse, or accidents, the aim is to expedite recovery, reduce symptoms, and enable earlier application of manual and exercise therapies.

Wound Healing
Laser Therapy accelerates the healing of surgical wounds, ulcers, and diabetic lesions. It enhances blood vessel formation, collagen production, and reduces inflammation, promoting wound epithelization. This results in improved arterial blood flow and regeneration of local tissues.

Laser Therapy effectively manages joint degeneration, alleviating pain, inflammation, stiffness, and edema across various arthritis stages. Studies suggest potential cartilage repair and regeneration, providing relief from chronic progressive joint conditions.

Nerve Healing
Laser therapy aids in nerve healing, addressing conditions like diabetic neuropathy and disc-related issues. By promoting cellular repair, it contributes to improved nerve function and symptom relief.

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