Low Level or Low Intensity Light/Laser Therapy has been utilized since its discovery in 1967 to aid in the healing of various injuries and conditions in the human body.
It has been studied extensively in a multitude of countries for decades now, including Canada, Israel, and parts of Europe.
It has been studied more recently in the U.S. for the past two+ decades at Harvard University’s Wellman Center at Mass General in Boston, by the United States Air Force, and by NASA who began using LiLT to heal astronaut injuries in 1993. The FDA approved it’s use in the United States in 2003.
There are over 4,000 RCT’s (Research Controlled Trials) that document the efficacy and safety of this treatment.
This treatment works!
The key factors for success are using the proper equipment and the proper settings/protocols:
We have had great results in treating the following conditions:
- Low Back Pain (bulging or herniated discs, strains, mild to moderate stenosis)
- Neck Pain
- Knee Pain (mild to moderate arthritis, small meniscal tears)
- Concussions (from car accidents and sports concussions)
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Migraine Headaches/ Sinus Headaches
- Cervicogenic Headaches
- Shingles recovery
- Nerve Injuries
- Post-surgical recovery
- Sports Injuries of all kinds
More Information Including Research Articles:
- Photobiomodulation or low-level laser therapy
- The Use of Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) For Musculoskeletal Pain
- Can intractable discogenic back pain be managed by low-level laser therapy without recourse to operative intervention?
- The effects of photobiomodulation and low-amplitude high-frequency vibration on bone healing process: a comparative study.
- Two-year follow-up of low-level laser therapy for elderly with painful adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder
- Low level laser therapy : A narrative literature review on the efficacy in the treatment of rheumatic orthopaedic conditions
- Efficacy of low-level laser therapy in the management of neck pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised placebo or active-treatment controlled trials.
Call Jeff Bickford to learn more about Low Intensity Light/Laser Therapy and to schedule a laser consultation to see if this might be an effective treatment for you: (719)-235-8053 .
- LiLT is not covered by insurance (exception are some auto insurances for injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident). We have tried to make our pricing fair and will work with people around their financial situation in order to help them get the treatment they need. Cost per treatment generally ranges from $40-90 depending on the area being treated.