K-Laser therapy

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K-Laser therapy is a non-invasive and pain-free treatment option for various kinds of injuries and ailments. It helps to promote faster wound healing and relieve pain and inflammation. This therapy can be used to support other treatment protocols, and applied before, during and after surgical procedures. It can also be undertaken for both acute and chronic medical conditions.

K-Laser Cold Laser Therapy | Dr Rodney Dunetz | Boca Raton & Delray

Benefits of K-Laser treatment

Anti-inflammation-Interleukin-1 (a cytokine) that has immune and pro-inflammatory actions is proven to be reduced by laser treatment.

Improved nerve function-Laser therapy is proven to facilitate the normalisation of nerve signal transmission in the autonomic, sensory and motor neural pathways.

Pain relief-reduced localised inflammation and swelling due to nerve activity alteration.

Accelerated tissue repair and cell growth-Laser therapy wavelengths, power and pulse frequencies penetrate at depth into tissues and accelerate cellular reproduction and growth by increasing metabolism

Faster wound healing-K-Laser optimises collagen and elastin deposition.

Improved vascular activity-Promotes angiogenesis which improves blood circulation. Also boosts the lymphatic drainage system reducing swelling and bruising.

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K-Laser therapy works through a process referred to as photobiomodulation, which can stimulate or inhibit cellular function. This process delivers a therapeutic dose of light to the targeted tissue. Unlike other forms of laser-based therapy that work by heating tissue or inducing thermal effects, photobiomodulation strictly relies on delivering light at certain wavelengths and intensities to cause a photophysical and photochemical cellular response. This results in therapeutic outcomes that can help patients enjoy relief from pain or inflammation, faster wound healing and tissue regeneration, and decreased rehabilitation time.

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