K-laser therapy has been around for some time now. In Europe, doctors started using laser therapy for treatment as early as the 1970s. However, the adoption of this medical technology has been slow, and plenty of research had to be done. Today, K-Laser therapy is one of the leading medical technologies that is used in the treatment of various ailments.
Here in Indianapolis, we have the latest in K-Laser therapy, so you need not go too far to seek this technology.
How Does K-Laser Therapy Work?
A high energy laser beam is directed to specific soft tissue cells. The photonic energy increases the amount of ATP (Adenosine triphosphate) production, which is responsible for the cell energy production. The production of ATP enhances the general metabolism of specific cells, and hence a faster recovery process for damaged tissues.
The K-laser mode has a unique pulse that delivers the photonic energy to deeper tissues without providing a warming effect, as opposed to other laser procedures.
What Can K-Lasers Be Used For?
The K-laser therapy is a process that helps in the recovery of wounded cells. It has many medical uses which mainly include internal injuries.
K-Lasers have been used in the treatment of:
- Sports Injuries
- Neck Pain
- Knee Pain
- Elbow Pain
- Muscle Strain
- Diabetic neuropathy
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Joint pain
- Injuries to ligaments and tendons of hands and feet
- Arthritis of the neck joints
- Plantar fasciitis
- Various pain conditions and/or injuries to tissues
What Are The Benefits?
- No physical operation/or surgery needed
- The method creates an environment for quick recovery of cells by drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged cells.
- Short treatment time; the entire process lasts between 3 and 9 minutes depending on the extent of the injury.
- The healing process is much faster than most other types of treatment.
- It improves circulation of blood in the body and reduces inflammation of cells.
- The effects of the treatment can be felt immediately after the therapy.
Are There Side Effects?
There are no major reported side effects from the use of K-Laser technology. In some cases, old injuries may feel aggravated, but the healing process is much faster.
If you are interested in learning more about K-Lasers and managing chronic pain from injuries or tears you need to come in and see us as soon as possible. Dr. Silbert, sees patients with various conditions at his clinic in Indianapolis.
To see if this is a good option for you, or if another treatment is better suited, contact PM&R Associates to set-up a free consultation. Have Dr. Silbert provide his expertise on the best course of action on your specific injury.