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Neurological Conditions

Low Level Laser Therapy has shown promise treating neurological conditions, including peripheral neuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, and fibromyalgia

Low Level Laser Therapy can be used to treat various neurological conditions

Neurological Conditions

Neurological Conditions treated with Low Level Laser Therapy

Low level laser therapy (LLLT) has shown promise in treating certain neurological conditions, such as peripheral neuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, and fibromyalgia.

It can help alleviate pain, improve nerve function, and reduce symptoms associated with these conditions.

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LLLT has shown neuroprotective effects in preclinical studies, which can help protect nerve cells from damage or degeneration.

This property is particularly relevant in neurological conditions where neuronal damage or loss is a key feature, such as in neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Anti-inflammatory effects

​Neurological conditions often involve inflammation in the nervous system, contributing to tissue damage and symptoms.

Low Level Laser Therapy has been found to have anti-inflammatory effects, reducing inflammation in neural tissues and potentially alleviating symptoms.

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Image of woman helping man who suffers from Parkinsons

Stimulation of Neurogenesis

LLLT has been shown to stimulate the generation of new nerve cells, a process known as neurogenesis.

This could be beneficial in conditions where there is a loss of neurons, such as in stroke or traumatic brain injury, by promoting repair and functional recovery.

Improved Blood Flow

LLLT can enhance blood flow and oxygen delivery to neural tissues.

Improved circulation can support the metabolic needs of neurons, promote healing, and reduce ischemic damage in conditions like stroke.

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Reduction of Oxidative Stress

Neurological conditions often involve increased oxidative stress, which can damage cells and contribute to disease progression.

LLLT has antioxidant properties, helping to reduce oxidative stress and protect neurons from damage.

Pain Relief

Many neurological conditions are associated with chronic pain.

LLLT has been shown to have analgesic effects, reducing pain perception by modulating pain pathways in the nervous system.

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Woman in rehabilitation

Enhanced Neuroplasticity

Neuroplasticity refers to the brain’s ability to reorganise and form new neural connections in response to experience or injury.

LLLT may enhance neuroplasticity, facilitating rehabilitation and recovery in conditions like stroke or traumatic brain injury.

Non-Invasive and Low Risk

LLLT is a non-invasive treatment that carries minimal risk of side effects when administered by a trained professional.

This makes it a potentially attractive option for individuals with neurological conditions who may be unable to tolerate more invasive treatments.

Treatment Protocol

2 times per week for 4- 6 weeks.