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Cold Laser Therapy After Auto Accidents

If you’ve been in a car accident, you are aware that this type of accident can cause injury to your back, your muscles, and joints. Your whole musculoskeletal structure can be affected. If these injuries go left untreated, your clients could face debilitating pain and permanent damage. For those recovering from auto accidents, laser therapy is a painless and effective treatment option. And because cold laser therapy can treat several conditions and injuries, your client reach can be expanded.

For your clients that are recovering from auto accidents, cold laser therapy is a painless treatment option. This option can also be used along side of other recovery and treatment options that may be needed.

What Is Cold Laser Therapy?

Cold Laser Therapy, also known as Low Level Laser Therapy, is a non-invasive treatment, which means there is no surgery and no incisions involved. Because laser therapy can stimulate all cell types, it can treat several conditions such as:

  • Auto accident injuries
  • Work related injuries
  • Joint pain
  • Back and neck pain
  • Burns
  • Ligaments and muscle injuries
  • Neuropathy
  • Myofascial trigger points
  • Pain reduction
  • Inflammation
  • and more….

Benefits For Your Practice

Advantages of Cold Laser Therapy for Clients:

  • No pain
  • No side effects
  • Treatments are fast
  • Can be used in conjunction with other treatments
  • Highly effective
  • Non Invasive
  • Rapid recovery

Advantages for having Cold Laser Therapy at your practice:

How Cold Laser Therapy Works

Cold laser therapy targets the tissue with specific wavelengthes of light which triggers a biochemical change within the cells and promotes healing. Cold laser therapy beams light onto the affected area and the photons penetrate deep into the tissue and get absorbed. These photons cause a change in the tissue and trigger healing and rejuvination at a molecular level. This creates new tissues and collagen in the treated area.

Your patients treatment time will depend on the size of the area being treated. A single treatment could last anywhere between 3-10 minutes. The amount of treatments your patients will need depends on the type of injury.

While some patients may feel relief right away, others may need more than one treatment to start feeling the effects. Cold laser therapy is cumulative, which means it builds up over time, so most people need a few sessions before they start feeling results.

Cold Laser Therapy can be used alongside other treatments such as physical therapy, massage therapy, chiropractic treatments, and your patients post-op recovery treatments.

Generate Additional Revenue

By offering cold laser therapy at your practice, you can offer treatment for a wide variety of injuries and conditions. Being able to treat such a wide variety will allow you to grow your practice and reach new patients.

Investing in high quality, state of the art equipment will allow you to increase your efficiency and productivity in your practice.

We offer several types of cold lasers from hands-free lasers, to handheld portable lasers, that can fit the need of your practice.

Types of Low Level Laser Devices

We offer several of Erchonia’s Pain Lasers including handheld lasers and unattended lasers like the FX 635.

Our handheld devices are cord free, feature an easy to use graphical interface and have user definable and preset protocols.

Our FX-635 allows you to be hands free while treating patients which means your staff can perform other tasks while a patient is receiving treatment.

Our Erchonia lasers have all been FDA & Health Canada Approved.

Learn More About Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy is versatile, non-invasive, safe, and highly effective. Learn more about how Cold Laser Therapy (LLLT) works.

Contact us today 1-800-657-6009 to learn more about how we can help you grow your business with the our Erchonia Pain Lasers today! We also have leasing options available.