What is Biostimulation laser therapy?
Laser biostimulation is a safe physical therapy method that induces regenerative tissue processes. It irradiates the affected places with a low-energy laser of low and medium power in the 1 to 500 mW range. Treatment parameters are adjusted to specific disease entities and the patient's condition. Therefore, different wavelengths of radiation and different energy doses are used to treat various diseases.
Treatments can be used both in the case of chronic diseases as well as in subacute and acute conditions. They are safe for health, do not cause pain and do not cause complications.
The benefits of biostimulation laser therapy are enormous. The treatment reduces inflammation, allows you to get rid of pain and eliminates swelling. In addition, it improves microcirculation, accelerates tissue reconstruction and stimulates immune processes. It gives good results in the case of hard-to-heal wounds and ulcers.
Low-level laser therapy effects
- increase in the amplitude of nerve fibre action potentials,
- increase in enzyme activity,
- acceleration of electrolyte exchange between the cell and the environment,
- increasing the synthesis of collagen, proteins, RNA and ATP,
- increasing the level of endorphins,
- increasing the activity of the sodium-potassium pump,
- increased synthesis of ATP, DNA and RNA,
- faster cellular metabolism.
Biostimulation laser therapy
- degenerative joint changes,
- degenerative changes of the spine,
- subacute and chronic conditions of tissues,
- subacute and chronic conditions of joints,
- bedsores, ulcerations and hematomas,
- lateral epicondylitis of the humerus,
- Carpal tunnel syndrome,
- muscle pain caused by injuries,
- calcaneal spur,
- fractures, sprains, dislocations,
- nerve paralysis,
- overload syndromes (tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, shoulder area, knees, feet),
- post-traumatic conditions of the musculoskeletal system – sprains, bruises, hematomas and large bruises (faster absorption – prevents calcification of soft tissues),
- inflammation of tendons, fascia, tendon sheaths, bursae,
- rheumatoid arthritis (RA),
- after operations – wounds, scars, swellings,
- complex fusion of bones after fractures,
- hard-to-heal wounds, wounds after operations and burn wounds, abrasions,
- scars after operations, burns and injuries,
- in the regeneration process,
- Sudeck team,
- diabetic neuropathy,
- common acne,
- in dermatological diseases (scars, eruptions, varicose leg ulcers),
- in ENT diseases,
- in neurology, rheumatology, and orthopaedics.
- bleeding tendency,
- local non-specific infections,
- high fever,
- last trimester of pregnancy.
In addition, the procedure is not performed in infants and people with a pacemaker implanted (in the chest area).