Cold Laser Therapy
Cold laser therapy safely and effectively handles pain and inflammation.
Laser care is painless, safe and without side effects
Dr. Jere Jarrett uses Cold Laser Therapy to treat a variety of different types of painful conditions. A Cold Laser is a non-heat producing light laser, which uses a specific wavelength that is optimal for treatment.
Cold Laser Therapy restores normal cellular function, providing pain relief and promoting the healing process.
The benefits of Cold Laser Therapy
Dr. Jere uses Cold Laser Therapy to help reduce inflammation and promote healing. It is an integral part of his chiropractic treatment.
Cold Laser Therapy increases blood supply, develops collagen and muscle tissue, stimulates the immune system and nerve function, helps generate new and healthy cells and tissue, promotes faster wound healing and reduces inflammation.
Cold Laser Therapy delivers quick results and is totally safe for people of all ages. By restoring normal cellular function, Cold Laser Therapy provides drug-free pain relief without the unwanted side-effects of some anti-inflammatory medications. It is also completely safe to use anywhere on the body other than directly into the eyes.
How Cold Laser Therapy works
Surgery is invasive. Drugs are accompanied by side effects. Cold Laser Therapy, however, provides superior pain relief and healing benefits with no downside. It is completely safe, painless and free of side effects.
Cold Laser Therapy uses a non-heat producing light laser that can penetrate deeply into your body tissue. The cold laser dramatically enhances and accelerates your body’s natural defense and healing abilities. It works by emitting photons into the soft tissue, which increases both cellular and subcelluar activity.
Soft tissue problems treated
Dr. Jere uses Cold Laser Therapy to treat inflammation and promote healing in back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, and knee pain.
It is efficient in helping a variety of other conditions, including:
- Carpel tunnel syndrome
- Plantar fasciitis (inflammation of the bottom of the foot)
- Tennis elbow
- Sprains and strains
- Osteoarthritis (degenerative arthritis or degenerative joint disease)
- Chronic pain syndromes
- Nerve pain from disc injuries
To make an appointment, call 727.447.4647 or click here to request an appointment online.