Laser therapy

The biostimulating effect of the laser on the healing process is realized through the activation of DNA synthesis. The analgesic effect of the laser is a consequence of the change in nerve conduction velocity. The anti-inflammatory effects of the laser have been proven, as well as the beneficial effect of the laser on wound healing and softening of scars. The application of laser therapy has shown extremely good results because it very quickly leads to a reduction of pain and regeneration of injured tissue, and patients with this type of therapy improve their condition after only a few treatments. The therapeutic properties of the laser are a strong analgesic effect (against pain), a strong anti-inflammatory, anti-edematous effect (against inflammation and swelling), an extremely biostimulating effect (regenerates - restores tissues). Indications are: lumbar and cervical pain syndrome, disc herniation, injuries to joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles, Bell's palsy - paresis of the facial nerve, bone fractures, sports injuries, rheumatological diseases (rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, gout,...), degenerative rheumatological diseases of the spine (spondylosis) and peripheral joints (gonarthrosis, coxarthrosis, arthrosis of the small joints of the hand), extra-articular rheumatism (inflammation of soft tissues around the joints), tendinitis, bursitis, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome and tarsal tunnel syndrome (compressive neuropathies), radiculopathy, neuralgia (trigeminal neuralgia, postherpetic neuralgia), neuritis, slow-healing wounds (varicose ulcers), burns.