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Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy (CLT) uses a low-level laser combining a frequency of red LED light, infrared light, and infrared laser, which passes through a static magnetic field.

CLT can be clinically applied to damaged tissue with the goal of helping cells function at a healthy state. In practical terms, we use it to assist with the management of pain and inflammation, and to speed up the healing process.

Growing scientific research shows that CLT can reduce pain, resolve chronic inflammation, reduce swelling, and speed up the healing process while strengthening damaged tissue (1-5).

Cold Laser may be worth considering as a non-invasive treatment alternative to surgery or drugs.


We usually incorporate CLT as part of your chiropractic care, however it can also be used as a stand-alone treatment.

Please note that a full physical examination is required to determine if Cold Laser may be able to help you. Simply choose ‘Chiropractic’ appointment on our booking link below.



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  2. Eslamian F. Effects of low-level laser therapy in combination with physiotherapy in the management of rotator cuff tendinitis. LasMedSci 2012.
  3. Stergioulas A. Low-level laser treatment can reduce edema in second degree ankle sprains. J Clin Laser Med Surg. 2004 Apr;22(2):125-8.
  4. Ferreira de Oliveira R et al. Benefits of laser phototherapy on nerve repair. Lasers in Medical Science. May 2015, Volume 30, Issue 4, pp 1395-1406
  5. Chang W. Therapeutic Outcomes of LLLT for Closed Bone Fracture in the Human Wrist and Hand. Photomedicine and Laser Surgery. April 2014.