Cold Laser Therapy Cherry Hill

Reliable, Powerful, & Comfortable

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Most people, including dentists and physicians, have never heard of this technology. They associate “lasers” with cutting tools or pointers, but cold lasers (properly called biostimulation or biomodulation lasers) are neither. You may have seen many on the internet being promoted by other doctors as useful healing instruments. However, most are nothing more than laser pointers or are so underpowered that they are next to useless.

That’s why the cold lasers we use are super-pulsed powerful GaAs lasers in the 40 to 250-watt range. These deeply penetrate tissues to trigger the body’s natural ability to heal itself after infection or injury. This form of laser biostimulation is called high-intensity laser therapy (HILT), and the results are unmatched. Keep reading to learn more about cold laser therapy in Cherry Hill.

How Cold Laser Therapy Helps

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The application of high-intensity, non-destructive laser light activates cellular physiology, promoting tissue healing and proliferation. It can activate circulating stem cells in your body to turn into whatever tissues are needed in the treated area. It also activates receptors in the mitochondria of your cells, which causes them to either start or speed up the production of ATP. ATP is like rechargeable batteries which your cells and body depend upon for function.

On a larger level, blood vessels in the treated area dilate (open up) to get more blood cells to the area for fighting infections and healing. Lymphatic vessels (your sewage system) open to drain toxins, waste, and infections. That is why swelling can be reduced even while the laser is being applied.

Major Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy

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  • Reduction or Elimination of Costly Surgeries
  • Reduction or Elimination of Drug Use
  • Achieving Results Not Possible By Any Other Means
  • Enabling Your Own Body to Heal Itself
  • Better Quality and Length of Life

Cold Laser Therapy Aftercare

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After a cold laser treatment, drink plenty of water to flush out all of the toxins that are going to be released. This can include pus from infections, lactic acid from muscles that were in spasm, and more which are now going to be flushed through your freshly opened lymphatic vessels.

You should also drink plenty of water. To figure out how much, start by dividing your weight in half. That number is the amount in ounces of water you should drink between meals. Add 16 to 24 ounces if you are also doing moderate to heavy exercise/activity during the day.