When the body has an injury the cells are damaged and fail to function within normal parameters. Low level lasers penetrate deeply into the skin and work by restoring this abnormal cellular function. The energy from the laser stimulates the mitochondria in the cells to produce more ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate), which is the form of energy that all cells use. Once the cells have this energy, they can then do any processes that they need to, which include proper healing. Physiologic effects include improved metabolism, circulation, and tissue healing.

The Erchonia cold laser device has gained FDA approval and is being used widely in the NFL and by the USPS tour de France pro cycling team.

Laser therapy may be useful to you if you have any of the following:

tendonitis
frozen shoulder
fractures
post-operative wounds
sprain-strains
scar tissue
autoimmune diseases
chronic or acute pain
wound healing
arthritis
migraines
disc herniations
minor nerve damage
carpal tunnel syndrome
heavy metal detoxification

For more information on this form of therapy visit Laser Research.