Low Level or Low Intensity Laser Light 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, and more recently in the U.S. at Harvard University, the Wellman Center at Mass General in Boston, and by NASA, and the United States Air Force. There are over 4,000 RCT’s (Research Controlled Trials) that document the efficacy and safety of this treatment.
- 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 Peak Performance Physical Therapy to schedule a laser consultation to see if this might be an effective treatment for you: (719) 635-6800.