Laser therapy is a therapy that emits light at the point of treatment in very narrow parallel beams of a certain wavelength. In physiotherapy, lasers are used to relieve pain, accelerate tissue regeneration, and reduce inflammation.
Two types of lasers are used in physiotherapy, one being below 500 mW and low level laser therapy (LLLT) and the other being over 500 mW and called High Power Laser Therapy. To be. In most treatments for neuro-musculoskeletal problems, effective treatment is achieved when the most energy is transmitted through photons, which depends on power and time.
With the use of pulsed laser therapy technology, a greater depth of penetration can be achieved. In this way, more effective treatment that focuses on the treatment is achieved without the risk of burns.