Laser Therapy for Pain Relief – Atlas Laser Clinic

   LASER THERAPY FOR PAIN RELIEF
New Technology has Arrived!


At Atlas laser

“There is no other system in the world that is comparable or gets such outstanding results.”

Director, Laser Therapeutics of Southern Arizona – Tucson, Arizona

The technology utilizes superluminous and laser diodes to irradiate diseased or traumatized tissue with photons. These particles of energy are selectively absorbed by the cell membrane and intracellular molecules, resulting in the initiation of a cascade of complex physiological reactions, leading to the restoration of normal cell structure and function.

The process is curative and therefore results in the elimination of symptoms including pain. In addition, it enhances the body’s immune system response and facilitates natural healing. The therapy is completely safe and has no adverse side effects.

LILT is the treatment of choice for:

Soft Tissue and Sports Injuries
– Ligament/tendon/muscle tears
– Knee dysfunction (Meniscal/ligamentous tears)
– Fractures

Repetitive Stress Injuries
– Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
– Rotator Cuff Injuries
– Epicondylitis

Inflammatory Conditions
– Tendonitis (supraspinatus/achilles etc.)
– Plantar Fasciitis
– Rheumatoid Arthritis

LILT is the treatment of choice for:

Back Problems
– Degenerative Osteoarthritis
– Spinal Stenosis/Sciatica
– Disc Herniation
– Myofascitis

Others
– Temporo-mandibular Joint Dysfunction
– Lymphedema
– Gout
– Fibromyalgia
– Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

How Long Does a Treatment Take?

Treatments are typically thirty minutes to one hour in duration depending on the condition being treated.

 

Are There Any Side Effects?

Unlike most pharmaceutical solutions and other therapeutic options, laser therapy is non-toxic, non-invasive and in over one million individual treatments, no significant adverse effects have been noted.

How Many Treatments Are Required?

The number of treatments will depend on the chronicity and the extent of the pathology involved. Based on the genetic makeup of the cells, an individual’s response to LILT will vary to some degree. A recent clinical review, including 1,000 consecutively treated patients, reveals the average number of treatments to be 9.4.