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Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy Treatment at APEX Wellness Center with Our Dallas Chiropractors

Recovering from an injury or pain starts with identifying the solutions available in the Dallas area. Our Dallas chiropractors at the APEX Wellness Center use tools like a low-level or cold laser treatment to help with certain types of discomforts and injuries. Recognizing when to use the solution helps you determine an appropriate course of action for your goals.

Cold Laser Therapy at Apex Wellness Center in DallasWhat is Cold Laser Therapy?

Cold laser therapy refers to a type of treatment designed to address musculoskeletal conditions and skin conditions. It uses a low level laser or infrared heat to encourage the body to heal from different types of injuries. 

Since the laser does not create the burning sensation associated with other treatments, professionals consider it a cold laser. It penetrates the surface of the skin and encourages natural healing without taking unnecessary risks with your health or causing injuries to your skin.

Benefits of the Treatment Explained by Our Dallas Chiropractors

The advantages of the treatment in chiropractic care depends on your situation and goals. The common advantages associated with the therapy include:

  • Promoting the synthesis or growth of collagen in the skin and body
  • Improved blood circulation
  • Limiting the formation of scars, which allows individuals to retain their range of motion after an injury heals
  • Reduced inflammation, which helps with pain, swelling and redness

Using the therapy as part of a long-term solution allows individuals to address the underlying cause of the discomfort. At our clinic, we use cold lasers to help stabilize your cells and encourage natural healing through improved function and blood flow.

Conditions Treated with Cold Laser Therapy at APEX Wellness Center

Cold laser therapy is considered a non-invasive solution and the FDA approved the use of the therapy for certain forms of pain, muscle spasms and injuries. The conditions we treat with the therapy include:

  • Arthritis in different joints throughout your body
  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome or similar nerve-related discomforts
  • Fibromyalgia, which causes trigger points and pain throughout your body
  • Sprains and Strains to the muscles or ligaments
  • Soft Tissue Injuries
  • Plantar Fasciitis, or nerve pain in the heel of your foot
  • Tendonitis, or inflammation in the tendon
  • Bursitis, or inflammation of the bursa sac between your joints
  • Trigeminal Neuralgia, or nerve pain in the fifth cranial nerve, which causes mild to severe facial pain
  • Back or Neck Pain
  • Radiculopathies and Neuropathies, or conditions causing nerve pain

The treatment focuses on addressing the underlying causes of discomfort. Our chiropractors at APEX Wellness Center in Dallas evaluate the severity of your injuries and discomfort and then develop an effective treatment strategy based on your needs. 

How Long is a Cold Laser Therapy Session?

When our Dallas chiropractors identify a condition or an injury requiring cold laser treatments, they recommend solutions based on your situation. Generally, a single session is a few minutes long. Some treatments may only require two minutes of laser therapy while other sources of discomfort may require ten minutes of treatment. Most treatments take only a few minutes to start encouraging your body to heal.

The number of sessions required for the treatment process depends on your body and the severity of the underlying injury or condition. Some injuries or conditions may only require five or six sessions before you notice a significant change. Other conditions may require up to 15 sessions or more before the body fully heals.

Treating injuries or underlying discomfort starts with understanding your options. Cold lasers offer an opportunity to address musculoskeletal conditions without taking unnecessary risks. The non-invasive treatment provides an alternative for long-term health and natural healing To learn more about treating a condition or injury with chiropractic care in the surrounding communities of Dallas, Addison, Carrollton and Richardson, call 972-392-9402 today.

 

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  • "I have nothing but wonderful things to say about APEX Wellness Center, and from what i gather, everyone else who sees them loves them too. Not just likes but LOVES them."
    Peter Dallas, TX

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