Mississauga Cold Laser Therapy is available at The Health First Group in order to bring non-toxic and painless remedies. Cold Laser Therapy has been proven to be much more effective and faster than conventional surgery or therapy.
The Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy:
Efficacy rates up to 90%
Cold Laser Therapy is very safe, effective, non-toxic and painless. Results are often immediate with virtually no side effects. Thus, such high efficacy rates are routinely obtained.
Eliminate Pain and Reduce Inflammation
Cold Laser Therapy provides further joint mobility by reducing swelling that is often caused by bruising or inflammation of joints.
Non-Invasive and Extremely Safe
The lasers used do not damage cells and effectively stimulate tissue in the area of pain and discomfort.
Faster Wound Healing and Closure
Cold Laser Therapy allows for the reduction in the formation of scar tissue from cuts, scratches, burns or surgery. Thus, it allows for reabsorption of fibrotic tissue.
Do Theralase lasers burn?
No. There are two general types of medical lasers: heat generating lasers which cut through tissue and damage tissue and non-thermal lasers such as the Theralase, which stimulate tissue repair, reduce inflammation and eliminate pain.
Are Theralase lasers harmful?
No. Theralase lasers are class 3B lasers which are used specifically for tissue stimulation and not strong enough to damage cells. Unlike Class 4 lasers, Theralase lasers produce no heat and do not cut tissue.
Do Theralase lasers work?
Yes. Theralase laser therapy is safe, effective and painless, with results which are often immediate with no side effects. Efficacy rates in excess of 90% are routinely achieved.
How do Theralase lasers work?
When laser light interacts with tissue it causes certain photochemical reactions to occur and stimulates natural biological healing processes, thus transforming light energy into chemical energy.
How long does the therapy take?
Treatment time will vary from as little as 2 minutes to as long as 20 minutes per session, depending on the condition treated and its severity. Your healthcare practitioner will advise how many treatments you need. Many patients see excellent results after just a few treatments.