Low Level Laser (Cold Laser)

Low Level Laser (Cold Laser) & Non-surgical Spinal Decompression are not covered by most insurance plans.
The ONLY exception that we are aware of is FEDERAL BlueCross/BlueShield which does cover the two services.

We have an insurance specialist that can check your insurance coverage for you to be certain before initiating any service if you like.

The TREATMENT OF CHOICE in our clinic for injuries.
Low Level Laser is great for inflammation, sprains and strains, and the speeding up of recovery.
  • Surgeons are using low level lasers to heal incisions faster.
  • Podiatrists are using it for inflammatory conditions of the feet.
  • We are using it to help our patients get better every day.

Consultations are no charge if you think it may be helpful.

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Low-level laser therapy (LLLT), also known as cold laser therapy, is a non-invasive and innovative approach used to manage musculoskeletal pain, improve healing times, and treat inflammation and sprains/strains.

This therapy involves the application of low-intensity lasers to targeted areas of the body experiencing pain or discomfort. The laser emits a specific wavelength of light that penetrates the skin and reaches deep into the underlying tissues, where it interacts with cellular components.

LLLT can promote healing and reduce pain through various mechanisms. One of these is the stimulation of mitochondria within cells, enhancing cellular energy production and accelerating the body's natural healing processes. This can lead to reduced inflammation and improved tissue repair, making it particularly effective for conditions such as muscle strains, joint pain, and chronic musculoskeletal discomfort.

What sets LLLT apart is its non-invasive nature, making it a suitable option for those seeking pain relief without the risks associated with invasive procedures or medication. Sessions are painless and relatively short, with patients often experiencing a gentle warming sensation during the treatment. LLLT has gained traction as a complementary therapy alongside traditional approaches, providing a well-rounded and holistic approach to managing musculoskeletal pain.