Can Cold Laser Therapy Help with Inflammation?

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Our bodies respond to trauma through a process called inflammation. But when inflammation becomes chronic, it can lead to long-term tissue damage and other complications. Now, treatments like cold laser therapy (or low-level laser therapy) help relieve pain, improve mobility, and provide a safe solution for your health concerns.

The Wellness Institute of Dallas uses cutting-edge technologies like the Avant LZ30 to treat a range of issues without invasive surgery or medications. Call now to book a consultation and find out if you're a candidate for this advanced therapy. Our Highland Park and University Park patients receive custom, comprehensive treatment plans tailored to their needs.

What causes chronic inflammation?

Inflammation is chronic when it persists for weeks or even months despite at-home care. Unfortunately, chronic inflammation increases your risk of tissue damage and additional symptoms like pain, fatigue, and loss of mobility. Common causes include:

  • Autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis
  • Sprains and strains in the muscles, tendons, and ligaments
  • Surgery or previous trauma
  • Sports injuries

Over-the-counter medications like ibuprofen temporarily reduce inflammation but are unable to address the root cause. Cold laser therapy targets the source of the pain so you can experience long-lasting relief.

How does cold laser therapy help with inflammation?

Cold laser therapy sends low-level energy pulses directly into the damaged tissue and encourages cells to heal naturally. There's no need for local anesthesia or any form of sedation. Laser treatment also increases circulation to the area, allowing oxygen and nutrient-rich blood to reach the injury faster than usual.

The Wellness Institute of Dallas takes the time to understand your condition before developing a personalized treatment plan with cold laser therapy. During each appointment, you'll rest comfortably as the handheld laser is applied to the affected area. Sessions only take a few minutes based on the severity of your condition.

When should I start seeing results from laser therapy?

Results from low-level laser therapy vary. Some patients feel immediate relief from treatment, while others require several appointments before noticing any benefits. Our trained staff can track your progress and adjust your plan as needed.

Cold laser therapy may cause rare side effects like swelling or discoloration at the treatment site. However, these reactions typically resolve on their own and don't interfere with your regular activities. Our professionals can recommend an appropriate aftercare plan that includes rest, ice, and elevation. Try not to exert yourself too much until you have completed your therapy.

Does cold laser therapy really work?

The FDA-approved Avant LZ30 laser is safe, noninvasive, and promotes natural healing without the risk of invasive surgery or prescription medications. Our patients report results in as little as 1 – 3 days for minor health issues and about one month for chronic conditions. The sooner you start treatment with our team, the more quickly you can achieve your desired outcomes.

Reduce pain and swelling with cold laser therapy

Inflammation should not prevent you from doing the activities that you enjoy. Low-level laser therapy is a proven solution to reduce inflammation and help you return to a virtually pain-free life. Contact The Wellness Institute of Dallas today for an evaluation near Highland Park and University Park. We're proud to provide state-of-the-art technology and personalized care to help you reach your health goals.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.