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Strains are injuries that occur when muscles or tendons are stretched or torn due to overuse, improper use, or sudden movements. Strains can affect any part of the body, but they typically occur in the back, neck, shoulders, and legs.



Symptoms of sprains include pain, swelling, bruising, limited mobility, and stiffness in the affected area. If left untreated, a sprain can lead to chronic pain and instability in the joint.

Treatment method:

The standard treatment for strains includes rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE). In addition, physical therapy, medication, and surgery may be necessary depending on the severity of the strain.


Class 4 Laser Therapy is a cutting-edge and non-surgical treatment alternative that has demonstrated effectiveness in mitigating pain and inflammation linked to strains. This therapy involves the use of high-power laser beams with wavelengths between 600nm to 1,000nm, which facilitate tissue repair and cellular activity stimulation.

Class 4 LASER THERAPY for strains:

One study published in Lasers in Medical Science found that Class 4 Laser Therapy significantly reduced pain and improved muscle function in patients with chronic low back pain. Another study published in BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders showed similar results in reducing pain and improving range of motion in patients with shoulder strains.


The SMART Laser Therapy System for strains customarily utilizes a wavelength of approximately 810 nm and personalized parameters to cater to each patient’s unique requirements. Treatment is typically delivered over several brief sessions, with the frequency and duration determined by the seriousness of the injury.


Overall, strains can be a painful and debilitating condition, but with proper treatment and care, most people can recover fully. Class 4 Laser Therapy offers a non-invasive and effective way to reduce pain and inflammation associated with strains, making it a valuable tool in managing this common injury.

Strains (2)

[1] Liu, X., Li, J., Liu, T. C., Yuan, J., & Luo, Q. (2009, March). Randomized trial comparing exercise therapy, alternating cold and hot therapy, and low intensity laser therapy for chronic lumbar muscle strain. In Seventh International Conference on Photonics and Imaging in Biology and Medicine (Vol. 7280, pp. 365-373). SPIE.

[2] Ramos, L., Marcos, R. L., Torres-Silva, R., Pallota, R. C., Magacho, T., Mafra, F. F. P., … & Lopes-Martins, R. A. B. (2018). Characterization of skeletal muscle strain lesion induced by stretching in rats: effects of laser photobiomodulation. Photomedicine and Laser Surgery, 36(9), 460-467.

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