How Does Low Level Laser Therapy Work?

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What is Low Level Laser Light Therapy?
Low Level Laser Light Therapy (LLLT), commonly known as Cold Laser Therapy, is a form of phototherapy which involves the application of low power light to areas of pain, injuries and wounds to stimulate healing.  It uses light energy from the visible and infrared spectrum to produce photochemical reactions that result in pain control and stimulate tissue repair. 
​The therapy involves the application of red or near infrared light, with appropriate protocols, over areas of pain or injuries.  Laser and LED beams of light are used to stimulate the cells in the body that repair tissue, reduce inflammation, and reduce pain without side effects.   It can also stimulate the immune, vascular and lymphatic systems.

​LLLT is used to increase the speed, quality, and tensile strength of tissue repair, resolve inflammation, and give pain relief.  The technical term often used to describe this form of therapy is "photobiostimulation". 

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