Denver Class 4 Laser Therapy
Decrease inflammation, increase growth factors.
Laser Therapy is an FDA approved, non-invasive treatment for a variety of conditions and injuries. The targeted laser light emits photons that penetrate the skin down into the muscular layers and even bone. These photons work directly on the injured cells. They stimulate the mitochondria to make more ATP, the cell’s energy currency. More energy means the cell can heal more quickly. Not only does this decrease healing times from a strain or sprain (usually 6-12 weeks for full cellular recovery) but the light also drives blood to the area increasing growth factors and circulation. It also provides immediate pain relief.
Laser therapy has substantial clinical research for treating arthritis, TMJ, plantar fasciitis, sciatica, shoulder and neck pain, soft tissue damage, and fibromyalgia. It also helps with sports and work out recovery. Most pro, college, and Olympic teams have their own lasers just to help decrease delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) and to help their athletes recover more quickly so they can get back in the game.