When suffering from any sort of joint pain or ache, many of us will likely attempt to treat it with a course of pain relief in the form of medicine. Those that have been suffering from chronic joint pain, maybe considering the treatments offered by a physiotherapist or chiropractor. Such experts can carry out a form of treatment known as low-level laser therapy which has proven to be 95% effective with acute and chronic injuries.
However, extensive studies have found LLLT to be a form of treatment that is not only completely safe, with no side effects being reported, but is also a painless, non-invasive, and highly effective way of treating joint aches and pains, in a limited period. You can learn more about cold laser therapy through https://www.sheldonwellness.com/services/cold-laser-therapy/.
Low-level laser therapy works similarly to photosynthesis with plants. Whilst in photosynthesis the leaves of the plant absorb the energy from the sun rays, in LLLT a non-harmful, low-level laser sends energy – through light – to the affected area. This then stimulates the damaged muscles and tissues, which absorb the energy provided – speeding up the recovery time.
Depending on the level of the injury and how quickly you seek treatment will depend on the amount of LLLT that is required to ease the pain and discomfort that's being caused. Some patients have found that the ache/pain has subsided significantly after only one dose of LLLT.