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Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy, also known as Low Level Laser Therapy, is a treatment that utilizes specific wavelengths of light to interact with tissue and is known to accelerate the healing process of a variety of clinical conditions. By definition, this type of therapy uses radiation intensities that induce minimal temperature elevation (not more than 0.1 to 0.5 degrees celsius), if any. Low­-energy lasers have been promoted as an effective way to produce pain relief.

Cold Laser Therapy is widely used for treatment of:

  • Acute and chronic pain
  • Ligament sprains
  • Muscle strain
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Tendonitis
  • Arthritis
  • Tennis elbow
  • Back pain
  • Bursitis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Wound healing


Cold lasers are handheld devices used by the doctor and are typically the size of a flashlight. The laser is placed directly over the injured area for 30 seconds to several minutes, depending on the size of the area being treated and the dose provided by the cold laser unit.

Cold laser therapy is one option among a variety of treatment approaches that can potentially alleviate pain symptoms without the use of surgery or drugs.


Common Questions Regarding Cold Laser Therapy

What is Cold Laser therapy?

Light or photon energy with the unique property of being able to penetrate up to two inches below the skin surface causing an increase in cellular metabolism with no tissue damage whatsoever.

What is Cold Laser being used to treat?

Cold Laser is being used to treat a variety of painful and inflamed conditions of the soft tissues and joints such as carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, back pain, sport injuries.

Will I feel anything?

No, the therapy is painless and totally non-invasive.

Is Cold Level Therapy safe?

Yes, the FDA has ruled that the therapy is safe. The only contraindication (warning) is for use directly in the eye.

Is the laser FDA approved?

Yes, the laser was approved on Feb. 11, 2002 for the treatment & management of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

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