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Does Low Level Laser Therapy Have Negative Side Effects

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Are there negative side effects from treatment of Low Level Laser therapy?

DEFINITELY NOT!


More than 30 years of experimental and clinical research shows, that Low Level Lasertherapy is free of sideeffects. The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has ruled Low Level Lasertherapy as a therapy causing no harm to the patients.

Most Low Level Lasers are considered by the FDA as non-significant risk devices.

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  1. Are there negative side effects from treatment of Low Level Laser therapy? DEFINITELY NOT! However there are some contraindications for use of cold lasers that you may want to educate yourself about.
    You can go to this page to learn more: http://quantum-healing-lasers.com/tq-faqs.html#contraindications
    More than 30 years of experimental and clinical research shows, that Low Level Laser therapy is free of side effects. The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has ruled Low Level Laser therapy as a therapy causing no harm to the patients.

    Most Low Level Lasers are considered by the FDA as non-significant risk devices.

  2. With cold laser therapy a rare side effect could be increased blood circulation, which causes pressure and is perceived as painful. This sometimes occurs when treating a chronic condition. The laser helps to bring it out of a chronic state and into an acute state. It can feel reasonably uncomfortable, but does not last longer that a few hours to a day and is the body’s way of naturally supporting the healing process. It is not advisable to over use a cold laser due to the law of diminishing returns. Too much use could cancel out the beneficial effects of the laser. Too much depends upon the individual and the rated use of the specific laser and power output. A 500 mW cold laser is much easier to over use than a 5 mW cold laser.

  3. Re: side effects. I would not worry about side effects as they are extremely rare and in most cases only occur in relation ship to the very few contraindications. If you are uncertain about how to proceed with cold laser therapy, please consult your health care practitioner. As for me, I look at it like I do going out into the sun. Sunlight is good for you and getting exposure to some is an important part of a healthy lifestyle routine, however overexposure can cause burning. While burning is not a concern with cold lasers, there is no need to overuse it. Just follow the directions and you, like millions of others will find that cold laser therapy is extremely safe and easy to apply on oneself or others.

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