Natural processes typically involve chemicals, enzymes, hormones, etc., that are transported to various parts of the body through your bloodstream. Processes can be improved by increasing blood flow throughout these systems. Because LLLT is not a chemical treatment but instead uses light energy, the body can heal itself from a cellular level, which will lead to an overall improved natural process.

The increase in blood flow naturally that is stimulated by LLLT promotes faster recovery from common injuries such as strains, sprains, and sports injuries. Because the blood carries nutrients and oxygen to cells, this extra blood flow can help improve tissue that has been damaged or is in need of repair. Blood also helps remove waste from these cells which increases the speed at which they regenerate. Overall, increased circulation speeds up the natural healing process so you can recover faster and better than ever before.


What are the benefits of Low-Level Laser Therapy?


Low Level Laser Therapy has seen to be very effective in alleviating pain associated with various conditions. Some of the benefits include:


• Reduction of inflammation and swelling 


• Accelerated healing process for injuries, fractures, and tissue damage


• Improved circulation for a boost in blood flow to promote faster healing of tissues


How does Low-Level Laser Therapy work? What are some mechanisms?


The way Laser Therapy works is through applying light energy to the tissue. This light energy is capable of stimulating red blood cell activity at a cellular level, which in turn increases the flow of blood and other nutrients necessary for cellular health. This increase in circulation can help with healing physical injuries as well as promoting wellness and better organ functioning.


The most common way Laser Therapy is used is by transferring focused beams of light to targeted areas. The beams increase tissue metabolism and cellular activity, producing a higher rate of cell reproduction and stronger muscle cells. This stimulates the body's natural healing process, resulting in improved circulation and blood flow to damaged tissues.


Are Low-Level Laser Therapy Treatments Safe?

Laser Therapy is a noninvasive method of healing and has been shown to be effective in functional tissue repair, chronic pain relief, wound healing, physical therapy rehabilitation ,and more. This modality is safe for just about anyone to use on themselves or others. Most injuries can see benefits from this treatment option without risk of side effects or contraindications.


However, there are some factors to consider before beginning your treatment regimen. People with tattoos may experience fading due to the light energy targeting pigment cells in the skin, so Laser Therapy should be avoided in areas where there is ink underneath. It is also suggested that you avoid tanning for 6 weeks before and 6 weeks after a treatment in order to avoid the risk of hyperpigmentation.

How does Low-Level Laser Therapy feel? Is it painful? Is it invasive?

The process typically feels like the snap of a rubber band or a rubber-band massage. It is very tolerable and does not require anesthesia or sedation, however some people find it relaxing. There are no invasive fibers entering the body during the treatment as the beams of light penetrate right through even your clothing without having to strip you down.

Its painless nature makes it perfect for a spa-like experience at home, which is what makes it a great aesthetician treatment for self care. The device has been deemed safe and effective for use during pregnancy as long as the therapist is cautious of the abdomen area.

Do not continue with treatments if there are any signs of discomfort or complications. Stop using your Laser Therapy device immediately if you experience any discomfort or pain.

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