If you want to learn about cold lasers then you have come to the right place. This blog is dedicated to providing you with ongoing education about the intricacies of cold laser therapy and low level laser therapy. Since I originally wrote this article in 2007, I am updating it today to make it a little more relevant.
If you find yourself feeling confused about cold laser terminology, wavelengths, power densities, prices, and so fourth then you are not alone. Take your time and surf through the myriad of posts in this blog so that you can develop a clear and confident understanding of the intricacies of cold laser therapy products. Before discovering Cold Laser Therapy, most of my life had been spent dealing with the pain and restrictions that are associated with Arthritis and Fibromyalgia and accompanying back, neck, shoulder and joint pain. These ongoing challenges caused me to persue a career in nutrition and holistic medicine early in my life. I have tried every form of allopathic, natural and naturopathic therapies with minimal results.
Since I am not a fan of pharmaceuticals and surgery is not a viable option for me, I thank God every day for having guided me to experience the benefits of cold laser therapy. Cold lasers have given me a new lease on life. They have helped me extensively and replaced hopelessness with relief and an ongoing tool to manage my complicated life. For over 9 years now I have made it my life’s passion to learn all there is to know about this form of therapy that has been improving people’s lives for over 40 years. Cold lasers are now a world wide treatment option and are used by most sports teams and many olympic athletes. They are also used by countless Chiropractors, Holistic Dentists, Veterinarians and Acupuncturists. More recently cold laser therapy is being practiced by physical therapists, DO’s, Naturopaths, Massage Therapists and MD’s. Plus countless home users who have chosen to take matters into their own hands and provide themselves with regular and ongoing treatment.
This blog is for beginners and experts alike. If you have not tried cold laser therapy yet, then you are in for a pleasant surprise. It’s extremely safe, non-invasive, no undesirable side effects, works quickly and works to treat a wide range of conditions. The cold laser is also known by many other names including: low level laser, healing laser, soft laser, stimulating laser, and biostimulating laser. These Therapeutic Healing Lasers are often referred to as a cold laser because they do not produce enough thermal output to heat the tissue being treated. Thus, they are extremely safe.
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