The laser is a device that emits light in the form of parallel rays. Infrared electromagnetic energy enters the body in the form of photons and has an anti-inflammatory effect. The laser on the lumbar disc prevents the transmission of pain messages to the brain. It also activates the pain relief mechanism and increases the secretion of endorphins and enkephalins.
The laser accelerates the process of tissue repair, cell growth, and faster wound healing.
High Power Lasers are effective in some diseases, including;
• Arthritis elbow heel of tennis players
• Golfers elbows
• Tendon rupture
• Temporomandibular joint disorders
• knee patella wear
• Carpal tunnel syndrome
• Sciatica back pain
• Nerve damage after surgery