A medical treatment called laser (light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation) therapy makes use of concentrated light. Light from a laser—which is short for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation is tuned to a particular wavelength, unlike light from most other sources. This enables it to be concentrated into strong beams.
A single wavelength of light is produced by the non-invasive light source treatment known as LLLT. It produces no vibrations, noise, or heat. It is also known as bio-stimulation or photo-biology. In addition to acting as an anti-inflammatory, LLLT is thought to influence how connective tissue cells (fibroblasts) operate. Musculoskeletal diseases are treated with lasers with a range of wavelengths, from 632 to 904 nm. Wavelengths between 660 nm and 905 nm have the ability to penetrate the skin, and soft/hard tissues. This light has a good effect on pain, inflammation, and tissue repair.
It is the study of the good effect of biological light. This includes photo physics, circadian rhythms bioluminescence, photo moments, and photomorphogenesis. It is used in treating age-related macular degeneration, psoriasis, atherosclerosis many skin diseases. As a photo protector, photoaging, photo-carcinogenesis.
It is the modification of the environment to stimulate existing bacteria capable of bio-remediation. It’s a bio-stimulative method by creating a hospitable environment for hydrocarbon-devouring micro-organisms by introducing foreign bacteria into the environment as a direct application to hydrocarbon. In addition to nutrients, PBL, and temperature. Nutrias like electrons accept such phosphorus, nitrogen, oxygen, or carbon (e.g. In the form of molasses). Bio-stimulation is also used in cosmetic treatment by trigging of body’s own natural self-healing regenerative mechanisms. Also helps to degrade hazardous and toxic contaminants. In physiotherapy, LLLT is used for pain relief, accelerated tissue regeneration, and reduction of inflammation.
Types of Laser Therapy:
Conditions that are treated include:
Benefits of Laser Therapy:
Compared to conventional surgical tools, lasers are more precise and allow for shallower and shorter cuts. Less tissue is harmed as a result. Compared to conventional surgeries, laser procedures are typically faster. They can frequently be performed without hospitalization. Furthermore, you are not required to stay the night in the hospital. In most cases, general anesthesia is only given for a brief period of time when necessary. Laser surgery also has a tendency to hasten to heal. Compared to conventional operations, you might experience less discomfort, bruising, and scars.