Advanced technology for joint and muscle pain
The therapeutic laser consists of an emission of low-power photons; the wavelength of this light is exploited to penetrate the tissues to be treated in order to increase the production of fibroblast and collagen, which are essential for tissue repair. It stimulates muscle, neurological, bone and joint receptors (tendons, ligaments, cartilage) in the affected area by increasing endorphin secretion.
The therapeutic laser helps against joint and muscle pain.
The laser also has an anti-inflammatory effect by decreasing fluid accumulation, called edema, helping young athletes suffering from tendonitis, strain, swelling, up to elderly patients with chronic arthritis.