Cold Laser Therapy

Nu Star Lynnwood Chiropractic

Lasers have arrived in a big way on the medical arena. They’re performing surgery, they’re cleaning teeth, and now they can even help to relieve your pain at our chiropractic in Lynnwood near Edmonds. If you’d like a taste of the future of health, introduce yourself to cold laser therapy.

Low-level Laser Therapy

Cold laser therapy, alternatively called low-level laser therapy, is a revolutionary treatment that employs the healing power of light. The effects that light has on your body have been observed for centuries. Insufficient exposure to light causes all sorts of negative conditions, including seasonal affective disorder, rickets, and the many side-effects of a vitamin D deficiency.

Using low intensity lasers as a means to fight inflammation and treat injuries is a scientific method approved by the Food and Drug Administration, and more and more patients every year are benefiting from the treatment’s amazing results.

Meanwhile, your lymph nodes are being encouraged to drain, which promotes the healing process. The whole procedure is easy, completely non-invasive, and comfortable enough such that many patients are able to read through the entire half-hour experience.

Neck and Shoulder Pain

“A variety of low level lasers are proven to be effective in reducing and eliminating acute and chronic pain in the neck and shoulders. Many patients find that this solution is a much more effective and immediate alternative to traditional pain medications. Combined with forms of chiropractics and therapy, the Erchonia lasers can help patients lead a normal, active, and healthy life without debilitating pain.” (Erchonia Website)

Cold lasers have been used to treat back pain, bruises, and all kinds of sports injuries. They have even been embraced by many professional athletic teams, including Olympic teams, who report that their athletes recover more quickly under its treatment.

Cold laser therapy is safe for most people, though its effects on unborn children are unknown. It is therefore not advised that you partake of the treatment if you are pregnant. Your doctor will also be examining you for cancerous lesions or other areas that the light might not interact well with. Consult your chiropractor for more information on who can take advantage of cold laser therapy.

The next generation of pain relief is available at our Lynnwood chiropractic clinic! Cold laser therapy employs low-energy laser beams to target inflamed tissue in your back, relieving your inflammation, encouraging blood flow, and activating your natural healing processes. Clinical tests have shown it to be effective in fighting edema. It’s fast, it’s easy, and it’s completely non-invasive!