Laser Therapy vs Traditional Therapy
Laser treatments are becoming very popular today for treating a variety of different foot and ankle conditions. Laser therapy can cut healing time and reduce pain quickly. It can also decrease swelling a
nd increase circulation faster than traditional therapy. While there are many conditions that can benefit from laser therapy, plantar fasciitis is one of the most common.
What Ailments will it Cover?
Laser technology can repair tissue and manage pain with these common ailments. Naturally, being proactive to remain healthy is ideal, however if those measures fail and injury has come upon you, reach out to Foot and Ankle Center of Fort Lee and ask about Laser Surgery.
Is it Effective?
The answer is yes and it has been proven to work scientifically. Studies have shown the effectiveness of laser treatment with many clinical conditions such as chronic pain, inflammation, neuro conditions, joint pain, tendonitis and the list continues. There are many types of laser therapy that relate to each ailment and if you call on our team for diagnoses we can suggest the proper laser treatment and you can see the results for yourself.
What are the types of treatments?
Dual Wavelength ~ promotes tissue healing.
Dio Wave ~ non-surgical option that immediately reduces pain.
Deep Tissue ~ covers many ailments and provides relief for those ailments.
How does it Work?
During treatment, a light beam is placed on the injured area. The laser light interacts at a cellular level while the metabolic activity increases within the cell, this will ultimately improve cellular function which in turn creates better health.
What are the benefits of Laser therapy?
When used for pain management or fungus destruction, it provides astonishing results and there are almost no side effects and more importantly, unlike pain killers, there is no risk of addiction.
If you are having pain in your feet or ankles and need to be diagnosed or treated call one of our offices at 201-363-9662 and make an appointment. We are conveniently located in New Jersey, Fort Lee and Ringwood and in New York, Forest Hills, Wood Haven and Brooklyn.