EFFECTIVE LOW LEVEL LASER THERAPY IN RADLETT, HERTFORDSHIRE
What Is LLLT?
LLLT is a laser or LED light therapy that improves tissue repair (skin wounds, muscle, tendon, bone, nerves), reduces inflammation, and reduces pain wherever the beam is applied. Usually applied by a doctor, therapist, or technician, treatments typically take up to 10
How Does It Work?
LLLT works predominately on a protein in mitochondria (cytochrome c oxidase) to increase ATP and reduce oxidative stress. A cascade of mitochondrial and intracellular downstream effects leads to improved tissue repair and reduced inflammation.
How Much Is Enough, How Much Is Too Much?
There is a
The Analgesic Mechanism
This depends on an LLLT overdose; Higher power density LLLT >300mW/cm² reduces ATP production in C fibres and
So There Are Actually Two Types of LLLT?
Yes, high power density is necessary for analgesia and deep tissue targets, low power density (< 100mW/cm²) is necessary to promote healing and reduce inflammation in superficial wounds, tendons and joints (the target is the synovia not the joint). We offer high and low power density for best healing, deep penetration, and analgesia.
Contact us, in Radlett, Hertfordshire, to find out more about our laser, or LED light, therapy.ion services, the best alternative to physiotherapy.
In the last 9
- American College of Physicians Guidelines
includea “strong recommendation” for Low-Level Laser Therapy as a non-invasive treatment for acute, sub-acute, and chronic lower back pain. (2017)
- BMJ LLLT for chronic non-specific low back pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials found “moderate quality of evidence” and “clinically important benefits” in the short term. (2016)
- BMJ sports medicine journal,
systematicreview of surgical and conservative interventions for frozen shoulder found “strong evidence” for LLLT. (2010)
- The International Association for the Study of Pain (global task force on musculoskeletal pain) found “strong evidence” for
Low LevelLaser Therapy on myofascial pain syndrome. (2010)
- The BMJ clinical evidence recommendations for tennis elbow 2011 now include LLLT.
- American Physical Therapy Association guidelines recommend LLLT for
- Lancet systematic review: “LLLT reduces pain immediately after treatment in acute neck pain and up to 22 weeks after completion of treatment in patients with chronic neck pain.” (2009)
- World Health Organisation (Bone and Joint Task Force) found that for neck pain
Low LevelLaser Therapy was “more effective than no treatment, sham, or alternative interventions.” (2008)
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