Low Level Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy uses light to relieve pain, accelerate healing and decrease inflammation.



Andrew Bell, MPT

Dr. Jaipaul Parmar, DC

Natalie Kirmayr, MPT

Dr. Vivien Chiu, DC

Dr. Jaimie Ackerman, DC

Dr. Sonia Deol, DC, Kin

When the light source is placed against the skin, the photons penetrate several centimetres in the X and get absorbed by and increases the activity of the mitochondria or the energy producers of the cell. This energy fuels many positive physiological responses at the cellular level and results in the restoration of normal cell morphology and function. Laser Therapy has been successfully used to treat a broad range of medical conditions, including musculoskeletal problems, arthritis, sports injuries, post-surgical wounds, diabetic ulcers and dermatological conditions.

Unlike many pharmacological treatments that mask pain or only address the symptoms of disease, Laser Therapy treats the underlying condition or pathology to promote and accelerate healing resulting in effective and long-lasting pain relief.

K-Laser Class IV therapeutic lasers deliver specific red and near-infrared wavelengths of laser light to induce a photochemical reaction and therapeutic effect.ā€‹ Physiological effects include increased circulation, reduced inflammation, pain reduction and enhanced tissue healing. Laser therapy has been used in Europe since the 1970sā€‹ and was cleared by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2005.

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