Cold Laser Therapy is an essential part of our Atlanta Chiropractors treatment program that relies on particular wavelengths of light to engage with tissue in an effort to stimulate the body’s natural healing process.
This particular form of Chiropractic care is often used on patients who suffer from acute and chronic conditions because of its ability to relieve pain, inflammation, muscle spasms, and improve one’s range of motion.
Our Atlanta Chiropractors also recommend Cold Laser Therapy when trying to stimulate damaged cells located within a patient’s muscles, cartilage, or ligaments. Some of the m
Several of the more common Chiropractic conditions Cold Laser Therapy treats include:
Our Atlanta Chiropractors may use Cold Laser Therapy to reduce and address inflammation caused by arthritis or other chronic autoimmune conditions.
Depending on the circumstances of a patient’s condition, our Chiropractors may use cold laser therapy to compliment other therapeutic massage techniques to reduce chronic aches and pain.
For years, our Altanta Chiropractors have relied on Cold Laser Therapy for patients who require effective, alternative treatment solutions for chronic pain.
Cold laser therapy is a non-invasive treatment solution, which allows patients to experience immediate pain relief without having to go through a particular recovery phase. Patients who receive this form of Chiropractic Treatment are able to return to their routine immediately following their office visit without aches, soreness, or pain.
For patients who are not interested in taking prescription medications because of the possible side effects, Cold Laser Therapy also serves as a safe alternative solution to this.
If you suffer from a chronic condition or inflammation caused by an accident injury, contact AICA Atlanta’s Chiropractors to see if Cold Laser Therapy may be appropriate for you.
Our Atlanta Chiropractic Clinic is open seven days a week and available 24 hours a day in case you have any initial questions or wish to schedule a free consultation.
You can speak with one of our staff members by calling us at (404) 889-8828.