Cold Laser Therapy for Pain Relief Q&A
Progressive Physical Therapy offers FDA-approved cold laser therapy for pain relief in muscles, joints, and nerves. We are here to help you start living life again. For more information, call us today or book an appointment online. We are conveniently located at 15 Spinning Wheel Road Ste. 24 Hinsdale, IL 60521.
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Cold laser therapy is a non-invasive procedure that utilizes a laser that penetrates the skin. It beams low light energy into the skin that promotes the healing and treatment of many disorders and injuries that individuals may suffer from. Over the years, cold laser therapy has gained attention from doctors all over the world and has been approved by the FDA to be used for treatment on a variety of conditions that affects individuals on a daily basis.
This kind of treatment does not require a surgical incision and has a high rate of effectiveness and no recovery time. The good news is that if you have joint, nerve, or muscle pain, cold laser therapy is a wise option for treatment.
Cold laser therapy is known to treat a variety of conditions that cause individuals discomfort and pain. The list below contains a variety of conditions that are very common and affect people in negative ways that impact their daily living.
These conditions have been recommended to be treated with cold laser therapy as it has a high efficacy rate and promotes healing and alleviates symptoms in a more beneficial time frame for patients.
The conditions that can be treated with cold laser therapy can include, but are not limited to:
• Rheumatoid Arthritis or Osteoarthritis
• Back Pain
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Migraine Headaches
• TMJ Syndrome
• Degenerative Disc Disease
• Muscle Spasms or Stiffness
• Post-Surgical Pain
• Post-Trauma Acute Pain
• Herniated Discs
• Intractable Pain
• Posterior Facet Syndrome
• Sprains and Strains
• Wound Healing
If you are someone who experiences any of the following conditions and has any questions regarding cold laser therapy, reach out to our team at Progressive Physical therapy for further clarification and to speak with a licensed specialist.
Muscle pain can be caused by a variety of factors. It can be due to overuse of muscles, muscle fatigue, a sprain, overexertion of muscles, and much more. Joint pain can be caused by a rash, a fever, a viral infection, a broken bone, tendinitis, and much more. Joint pain is commonly found in places like the heel, the shoulder, the elbow, or the neck. Nerve pain is usually associated with a chronic pain condition or a direct injury. This can be caused from complex regional pain syndrome, a surgical procedure medical error, multiple sclerosis, stroke, carpal tunnel syndrome, cancer, and diabetes.
It is recommended that you see a specialist for any nerve, joint, or muscle pain if it is persistent pain, that is moderate to severe. As well, any pain that is moderate to severe, may interrupt your normal activities throughout the day. Pain can be a sign of many things, such as an injury, a disorder, a disease, or a medical condition that needs immediate interventions. Physical therapists are a great option to help treat nerve, muscle, and tendon pain as they are licensed professionals who have in-depth knowledge regarding the musculoskeletal system.
Our team at Progressive Physical Therapy has a great team of physical therapists who are passionate about working one-on-one with patients who are suffering from the loss of their quality of life in relation to pain. Reach out to our team today and let us help you get onto the road of recovery and gain your life back. We are home to a team of leading healthcare professionals, and we are committed to helping you enjoy life again – with less pain. Pain can hinder your daily activities, so we want to help you on your journey of being pain free and happy! For more information, call us today or book an appointment online. We are conveniently located at 15 Spinning Wheel Road Ste. 24 Hinsdale, IL 60521. We serve patients from Hinsdale IL, Chicago IL, Oak Park IL, Lombard IL, Downers Grove IL, Bridgeview IL, and Oak Lawn IL.