Cold laser therapy is sometimes called low level laser therapy LLLT or ‘soft laser’, among others. Ender Master, in Hungary, is believed to be the originator of the treatment. He treated shaved mice with lasers and noticed they became healthier than the control group. From here on the thought of light-assisted recovery developed to what it is now. Since those experiments, over 30 years ago, beams of coherent light have been used, initially in Canada and Europe largely, to deal with an assortment of conditions. The beams vary from forces of 10mW into 50 000mW and may be treated as a single beam or a couple of diverse beams combined and handled as pulses, as opposed to a constant beam, to avoid generating heat as an undesirable side-effect.
Initially there were no clear studies that could say that any significant benefit could be obtained by being exposed to photons of light from such devices. This meant that first attitudes towards this therapy were that of doubt. More study that could provide more conclusive proof was required. Now, this non-invasive approach to healing for e. G. Injuries, sprains, Breeds and pain in joints, appendages and soft tissue, has been treated gaining approval by several bodies. The BMJ sports medicine journal, American Physical Therapy Association, World Health Organization among others have observed advantages to the treatment. The U. S. Olympic Committee, in 2004, formally endorsed low level laser therapy.
There are two types of treatment utilizing these mild devices; one which Focuses on a small area, and one which covers a wide area of damage. The remedies are used according to the required result. If a treatment type like conventional acupuncture is necessary, where trigger points are targeted, the first technique is used and has red light therapy benefits. It is often known as ‘laser acupuncture’, a technique which has its roots in ancient times, but is updated to obviate the need for painful needles, by penetrating into a maximum depth of five inches. The second type is for treating damaged tissue within a larger area with The purpose of finding zones within the region which are more damaged than the rest and stimulating recovery in these regions. A bigger area also suggests that treatment could be completed faster than the original.
The energy transferred to cells with the electromagnetic light Waves emitted by laser devices during cold laser treatment seems to stimulate the healing of the body from harm in a lot of ways, such as increased flow and greater ATP production, which energizes cells to increase the speed at which they can repair damage. This is a natural process, requiring no medicine to be taken and facilitates a fast recovery.