Laser Therapy is a form of phototherapy which involves the application of monochromatic light over biological tissues to elicit a physiological effect. Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) is a painless, safe and non-toxic medical treatment that uses photons (packets of light) to alter cellular function. The light energy of laser therapy promotes cellular repair and reproduction, this in turn accelerates the body’s natural wound healing and repair process. In addition to tissue healing, laser therapy may also provide pain relief to the affected area. LLLT can also help to reduce bacterial counts, and can be very effective in promoting post-operative wound healing and pain reduction.
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