What is laser therapy?
A new technique, intravenous laser therapy uses laser light from red, green and blue wavelengths, which allows the successful treatment of conditions such as herniated discs, spinal stenosis and cardiomyopathy. This technique not only improves damaged joints and different health problems through the direct application of irradiation, it can also be used by healthy people to improve their level of well-being.
How is laser therapy applied?
It is administered intravenously
During the 60-minute procedure, a sterile catheter is used to send the laser light through the vein to where it is needed. Each light is applied for 20 minutes. This therapy is suitable for everybody.
What are the benefits of laser therapy?
Effects of Laser Therapy:
- Improved oxygen supply
- Increased energy
- Improved microcirculation
- Decreased CRP (C-reactive protein)
- Stimulation of DNA repair mechanisms
- General antitoxic effect
- Anti-allergic and analgesic effects
- Improved blood viscosity
- Antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory effects
- Reduction in blood vessel blockages
Who can not benefit from laser therapy?
It is not recommended to be given after recent surgery.
In pregnant women
In children (only under the doctor control)