Cold laser therapy has all the benefits without the all negatives and is 95% effective for relieving pain and reducing inflammation. This direct source of cold enters the spot of pain, without being intrusive by using a specific tool that radiates cold temperatures. Such tools are called cold lasers and can be handheld devices providing ease and comfort to the user. Cold laser therapy is low-intensity laser therapy that stimulates healing while using low levels of light.
When you are in constant pain everything you do becomes difficult or you’re simply unable to do it. Usually when joint pain occurs, it is typically due to the swelling of vessels in your body causing inflammation, muscles spasms, throbbing body parts or a combination of them.
Ways You Can Treat the Pain
There are several things doctors may prescribe or suggest to help either subside, stop, or calm the pain to make it bearable. The following ways to treat pain is completely based on the injury, doctor and person, these have simply been suggested in the past, and some to this day.
- Losing weight
- Getting exercise
- Heat therapy
- Pain Medication
- Adding turmeric to meals
- Taking supplements
- Drinking green tea
A lot of these methods can be used in order to do specific jobs, but each has their own pros and cons. Some of the common negative effects are:
- Medication can become addicting
- May not relieve the pain or pressure
- Not meant or not compatible with certain individuals or their lifestyle
- Difficult to obtain or time consuming
Between the 1960s and the 1970s a new method was used using the cold pack as the concept.
Cold Therapy to Relieve Pain
Cold laser therapy, unlike heat therapy which began the 50s and does the opposite of cold therapy, began between the 60s and 70s. This method restricts the blood vessels, allowing less blood to flow through the veins calming deep pain and stopping swelling or inflammation. Cold laser therapy can be done at the comfort of your home, without ingesting anything, without becoming addicted and it works. Cold laser therapy treatment can be done at some doctor’s offices, but with technology advancing every day, you’re able to do this in the comfort of home. Many of the tools that provide cold laser therapy are at low levels that are enough to penetrate the action into your joints but low enough to not cause any harm. When there is acute or long-term pain, doctors’ visits and/or medication are required for the long haul of the pain.
How Cold Laser Therapy Relieves Pain
Cold laser therapy is low-intensity laser therapy that stimulates healing while using low levels of light. The technique is called “cold” laser therapy because the low levels of light aren’t enough to heat your body’s tissue. different wavelengths and outputs of low-level light are applied directly to a targeted area. The body tissue then absorbs the light. The red and near-infrared light cause a reaction, and the damaged cells respond with a physiological reaction that promotes regeneration.
Superficial tissue is treated with wavelengths between 600 and 700 nanometers (nm). For deeper penetration, wavelengths between 780 and 950 nm are used.
660nm - Skin, hair, acupressure points - more surface level issues
808nm - penetrates much deeper tissue - rotator cuff pain, static nerve pain, lower back pain. Tissue injuries and inflammation.
808nm laser beams can penetrate to 4-6cm depth roughly and 650nm laser beams penetrate about 2-3cm depth.
Although you’ll feel the laser device touching your skin, the procedure is painless and noninvasive. There will be no sound and you’ll feel no vibration or heat.
Bringing Cold Therapy Home
In today’s modern world you can bring such complex technology into your home to do the wonders that could have only been provided at hospitals long ago. Brandenburg Equine Therapy (https://www.brandenburgequinetherapy.com/collections/featured/products/cold-laser-therapy-class-3b-lllt-for-animals-and-humans) sells cold laser therapy devices that are user-friendly, easy to operate, light-weight, present no side-effects, permit daily use for treatment and so much more. Now, being able to use this at home, you can set up comfortable routines that will keep you on the path to recovery, accelerate recovery and avoid using intrusive methods for pain relief.
Using Cold Laser Therapy:
Below are pain reliefs that the cold laser therapy device provides:
- Back, neck, joint pain
- Healing pain
- Chronic joint bruising
- Calcaneal spurs
- Tennis elbow
- Acute lumbago
- Sports injuries
- Wound healings
- Varicose veins
- Swelling of any kind
- Still joints
- Tired muscles
- Strains and sprains
This great device can additional be used on horse, dogs and other larger sized animals. Using this device is gentle and strong enough for animals. Your animals no longer need to endure joint pains by owning this intensely helpful cold therapy device. Because the cold laser is mobile you can take it to the horse with no hassle, take it wherever you go and never miss a therapy appointment again, or watch your favorite show while the device does its job wherever you are.
Required amount of time to use the cold laser therapy device is only 20 to 30 minutes for 7 days, then evaluate and repeat until you fully recover. You can treat a spot for 60-90 seconds and then move to the next spot and repeat. This cold laser therapy device has been clinically tested and proven that it works faster in terms of healing and reduces pain.
Technological advances have allowed us to obtain these helpful products like the cold laser therapy device providing us with recovery and comfort. There is no need to live with pain any longer, simply acquire the cold laser therapy from Brandenburg Equine Therapy for much faster progress so that you can go out and enjoy life again.
TROY'S TIP: When it comes to use if either the Pulse or Continues mood it’s different for each horse or person. It’s recommended the Pulse is best for arthritic or old injuries and continues is for fresh, but I like to watch the horses reactions to get the best response. I tend you start at the outside of a wound or at the top or bottom of a tendon and work my way around the area. I find if you hold the laser in one area for 90 seconds and then move it to the next are and continue until you have done this 3 times in each spot is the best way to get relief.PURCHASE THE LLLT COLD LASER