Top Ten Benefits of Light Laser Therapy
Wounds Heal More Rapidly
The protein collagen is needed for a handful of things, especially to repair tissue or to replace old tissue. It has been proven that laser light therapy can stimulate fibroblast to develop. For those of you who are not aware, fibroblasts are the building blocks of collagen.
Cell Growth & Tissue Repair Acceleration
Since with laser light therapy a cell’s energy can be increased, a cell can get rid of waste products, and take on nutrients faster, which means that muscles, ligaments, and tendons are repaired at a more rapid pace.
Fibrous Tissue Formation Is Reduced
Laser light therapy can reduce scar tissue to take place after a surgery, burn, scratch, or cut.
Vascular Activity Is Improved
Vascular activity is improved because laser light therapy can accelerate of angiogenesis, increase the formation of new capillaries in tissue that is damaged, can close wound fast, and reduce scar tissue.
Metabolic Activity Is Increased
Laser light therapy can create higher outputs of specific food particle loads for blood cells, greater oxygen, and enzymes.
Laser light therapy can reduce the swelling that is caused by inflammation or bruising, as it has anti-edemic effect and can drain swollen areas.
Laser light therapy can provide an anti-pain effect, as it has a positive effect on nerve cells which can block pain. (It decreases nerve sensitivity.)
Nerve Function Is Improved
When it comes to nerve function in damaged tissue, when there is a slow recovery, this can cause impaired limbs and numbness. Thankfully, laser light therapy can speed up the recovery process and thus prevent these matters from taking place in one’s internal system.
By stimulation of lymphocytes and immunoglobines, laser light therapy can have a positive effect on your immunity status.
Acupuncture Points & Muscle Trigger Points
Laser light therapy has been noted to be able to stimulate acupuncture points and muscle trigger points, which can provide musculoskeletal pain relief.