Because the innovative NexusⓇ laser therapy works fast, acute injuries need between five to seven treatments. Chronic injuries may take slightly longer and are typically resolved within 12 treatments.
Depending on your unique case and what you’re having treated, your chiropractor may recommend one or two follow-ups each month.
Yes, the Nexus laser system used by the chiropractic team at Arrowhead Physical Medicine is safe and effective. This type of laser technology has been used worldwide for over 30 years.
This state-of-the-art equipment produces laser lights that generate a tremendous amount of healing energy. This energy creates heat, which most people describe as comfortable and relaxing.
Although the length of each treatment is dependent on the condition and area being treated, most laser therapy sessions average between five and 15 minutes. These treatments are non-invasive, drug-free, and have no side effects.
No, laser therapy doesn’t hurt. Most patients describe the treatment as soothing. You only experience a slight warming sensation without any discomfort.
Instead, the treatment is likely to lead to:
Cold laser therapy, sometimes referred to as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), has a limited ability to penetrate deep into the skin and deliver an adequate dose of energy. It doesn’t have the healing power of the Nexus laser.
The Nexus laser delivers a significantly greater dosage of healing energy and leads to deeper penetration with better, faster results.
If you’re ready to learn what laser therapy can do for you, contact the team at Arrowhead Physical Medicine today. Call or book your appointment online.
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