Cold Laser Therapy in Northbrook, IL

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Over the past several years, a number of medical and alternative health care facilities have started to include light therapies into their approach to treatment for damaged tissues. One particular type of therapy which has shown great success is cold laser therapy, which is sometimes referred to as low-level laser therapy. When some of the tissues in your body become damaged, they may die and begin to form scar tissue in that area.

That will slow down or possibly even prevent the healing process from taking place. Cold laser therapy attempts to stimulate these cells so that normal healing can again take place, because it breaks up any scar tissue which may have formed, thus providing renewed impetus for healing. If you’re interested in finding out more about Northbrook cold laser therapy, contact us at the Align Wellness Center, and one of our knowledgeable specialists will be happy to discuss the process with you.

What is cold laser therapy all about?

A non-invasive painless treatment

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Don’t be alarmed in thinking that cold laser therapy involves some heavy-duty machinery which might overwhelm you, because in many cases cold laser therapy units are handheld devices which are no bigger than a typical flashlight. The time necessary for treatment will generally depend on what type of condition is being dealt with, as well as the total surface area which is being treated.

One of the biggest advantages of cold laser therapy is that it can penetrate deep into joints and tissues, but also has the versatility to treat conditions right on the surface of the skin. Most people feel no pain or discomfort whatsoever when undergoing cold laser therapy, because it’s a non-invasive form of treatment.

In cold laser therapy, light waves will penetrate through the body and will eventually be absorbed by damaged cells which will then be stimulated to undergo recovery. When you’re thinking about how cold laser therapy works, one good analogy would be to think about how the sun and its rays stimulate growth and recovery among millions of different plants. Once the body’s cell tissue begins repairing itself, any sensation you have of pain or discomfort will begin to dissipate, along with any swelling which has occurred.

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Applications for cold laser therapy

How can cold laser therapy work for you?

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This type of therapy has a very broad range of applications, and our trained specialists at the Align Wellness Center are all well versed in how to effectively use this type of therapy. Some of the medical conditions which are most frequently treated by cold laser therapy include the following:

  • fibromyalgia
  • arthritis
  • bursitis
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • knee pain
  • tendinitis
  • painful joints
  • lower back pain
  • foot pain
  • neck pain.

If you have been experiencing any of the symptoms in the list above, or any other related symptoms, you may experience tremendous benefits from the usage of cold laser therapy. Call us today to arrange for a consultation which might lead to a complete recovery from whatever pain and discomfort you’re feeling. We will develop a program of treatment which is completely customized to your specific circumstances, and which helps you recover from the pains which have been interfering with your normal lifestyle.

At Align Wellness Center, we offer chiropractic care, cold laser therapy, disc compression therapy, sciatica treatment, and so much more to relieve pain, restore spinal function, and restore structural integrity. Also, we offer wellness programs for those who are seeking to remain healthy in the long run.

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