DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCEDURE
Laser treatment is a method based on the influence of a concentrated beam of light. This technology is widely used in modern medicine for the treatment and prophylaxis of a series of diseases. Weak laser radiation is tolerant to the human body and has a pronounced antiviral and antibacterial effect. Laser therapy favors the normalization of blood circulation, strengthening of the spine functions, and acceleration of the removal of toxins and their decay products from cells.
HOW THE PROCEDURE IS PERFORMED?
The emitter is applied directly to the affected area and adjacent tissues, the reflexogenic zones, as well as the projection zone of the affected organ, motor nerves, and bioactive points (procedure takes up to 15 minutes). Light radiation penetrates the tissues to a depth of up to 13 cm, causing structural gradations at the cellular level. Laser therapy stimulates lymph flow and blood circulation, and stabilizes intracellular and membrane metabolism. This method is used in physiotherapy to boost immunity and accelerate the recovery processes in tissues and organs. As a rule, for the optimal therapeutic effect, laser therapy is carried out in courses of 10-12 procedures daily.
The following diseases and body states are the absolute contraindications to laser therapy:
RESULTS OF THE PROCEDURE
The procedure has an antimicrobial, analgesic, and antiviral effect. It causes dilatation of capillaries, reduces blood viscosity and decreases cholesterol levels, as well as improves cellular nourishing. In addition, laser radiation increases the body's susceptibility to medications exponentially, reducing the treatment time and allowing getting success in a short time.