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Arthritis

Low Level Laser Therapy is beneficial for individuals with Arthritis, including Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Low Level Laser Therapy can help with the pain of arthritis

Arthritis

Reduce the pain of Arthritis with Low Level Laser Therapy

Low Level Laser Therapy has been has been found to alleviate pain associated with arthritis.

The laser stimulates the production of endorphins, which are natural painkillers in the body.

Additionally, the laser treatment may block pain signals transmitted by nerves, providing relief.

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Reduce Inflammation

Arthritis is often accompanied by inflammation in the affected joints.

Low Level Laser Therapy has anti-inflammatory effects, helping to reduce swelling and inflammation.

This can improve joint function and reduce stiffness.

Promotion of Tissue Repair

Low Level Laser Therapy has been shown to stimulate cellular activity, promoting tissue repair and regeneration.

This can be beneficial in arthritis by supporting the healing of damaged joint tissues and cartilage.

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Improved Blood Circulation

LLLT can enhance blood circulation in the treated area.

Improved circulation brings more oxygen and nutrients to the joints, aiding in their repair and reducing pain and stiffness.

Non-Invasive and Low Risk

Low Level Laser Therapy is a non-invasive treatment that carries minimal risk of side effects when performed by a trained professional.

It is generally well-tolerated by patients.

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Complementary Treatment

Low Level Laser Therapy can be used alongside other arthritis treatments, such as medications, physical therapy, and exercise, to enhance overall outcomes and symptom relief.

Treatment Protocol

2 tmes per week for 4-6 weeks