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laser therapy for pain relief 

Laser therapy has been shown in studies to reduce many types of pain, including muscle pain, arthritis, and nerve pain.

This facility offers the best laser therapy that uses high-power laser for quick pain relief. Clinically defined as class 4 laser therapy(class IV laser therapy), it can effectively treat various types of pain such as arthritis, muscle pain, neuropathic pain, and headaches. 

Laser therapy for pain is based on the principles of photobiomodulation. Photobiomodulation is the process by which light energy is absorbed by cells and tissues, leading to a cascade of cellular events that can modulate inflammation, accelerate tissue repair, and reduce pain. 

Laser therapy uses specific wavelengths of light to target tissues and stimulate these cellular responses, ultimately promoting healing and reducing pain.

Pain is an unpleasant sensation that can be associated with tissue damage, injury, or disease. Pain can occur in different parts of the body and may be acute or chronic. It can affect physical function and mental health, and often requires treatment to alleviate or manage the pain.

Common symptoms of pain:

include discomfort, soreness, aching, burning, stabbing, shooting, or throbbing sensations. Pain can also cause other symptoms such as stiffness, weakness, numbness, tingling, and difficulty with movement or range of motion.

Ways to treat pain:

Medication therapy: Commonly used medications include nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), analgesics, anesthetics, and muscle relaxants.

Surgical treatment: Surgical treatment is usually considered as a last resort only when other treatment methods are ineffective.

Psychological treatment: Psychological treatment can help patients cope with emotional problems caused by pain, such as anxiety and depression.

Physical therapy: This includes physical therapy, massage therapy, thermotherapy, and cryotherapy, among others. 

Four types of laser therapy are considered to be an emerging treatment method, here we recommend you to use High-intensity laser therapy (HILT).

The science behind class 4 laser therapy:

Class 4 laser therapy can be used to treat various types of pain, including neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, and other musculoskeletal conditions. 

It works by delivering energy deep into the tissues, stimulating the body’s natural healing process and reducing inflammation. This treatment modality is often used in conjunction with other therapies, such as physical therapy and medication, to help manage pain and improve overall function.

“We have been tremendously impressed by the effectiveness of the SMART High Power Laser Therapy Machine for treating various pain conditions. Many patients have reported significant reductions in pain and inflammation after using it, with consistent and reliable results. We highly recommend this laser therapy product to any healthcare provider seeking a safe and effective pain management option for their patients.”

—Dr Michael Patel

Pain Relief

Scientific Support

Abstracts Worth Recommending

[1] Panton, L., Simonavice, E., Williams, K., Mojock, C., Kim, J. S., Kingsley, J. D., … & Mathis, R. (2013). Effects of Class IV laser therapy on fibromyalgia impact and function in women with fibromyalgia. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 19(5), 445-452.

[2] Chow, R. T., Heller, G. Z., & Barnsley, L. (2006). The effect of 300 mW, 830 nm laser on chronic neck pain: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study. Pain, 124(1-2), 201-210.

[3] Kholoosy, L., Elyaspour, D., Akhgari, M. R., Razzaghi, Z., Khodamardi, Z., & Bayat, M. (2020). Evaluation of the therapeutic effect of low level laser in controlling low back pain: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of lasers in medical sciences, 11(2), 120.

[4] Notarnicola, A., Covelli, I., Macchiarola, D., Bianchi, F. P., Cassano, G. D., & Moretti, B. (2023). The Efficacy of Temperature-Controlled High-Energy Polymodal Laser Therapy in Tendinopathy of the Shoulder. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 12(7), 2583.

[5] Allais, G., De Lorenzo, C., Quirico, P. E., Lupi, G., Airola, G., Mana, O., & Benedetto, C. (2003). Non-pharmacological approaches to chronic headaches: transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, lasertherapy and acupuncture in transformed migraine treatment. Neurological Sciences, 24, s138-s142.

[6] Kisselev, S. B., & Moskvin, S. V. (2019). The use of laser therapy for patients with fibromyalgia: a critical literary review. Journal of Lasers in Medical Sciences, 10(1), 12.

[7] Dos Reis, F. A., Belchior, A. C. G., de Carvalho, P. D. T. C., da Silva, B. A. K., Pereira, D. M., Silva, I. S., & Nicolau, R. A. (2009). Effect of laser therapy (660 nm) on recovery of the sciatic nerve in rats after injury through neurotmesis followed by epineural anastomosis. Lasers in medical science, 24, 741-747.

THE SCIENCE AND EVIDENCE BACK IT

Efficacy of high-intensity laser therapy in treating knee osteoarthritis: a first systematic review. Photomedicine and laser surgery

https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/10.1089/pho.2017.4425

Impact of laser iridotomy on headache symptoms in angle-closure subjects

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00417-020-04672-1

Effect of low level laser therapy on neurovascular function of diabetic peripheral neuropathy

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2090123211000361

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