Effective Laser Pain Therapy For Heal Pain Treatment and More!

Dalhousie Station Foot Clinic now offers state-of-the-art Class IV Laser for treatment of a wide variety of aches and pains, including:

  • Tendinopathies

  • Heel spur pain

  • Ligament sprains

  • Morton’s neuroma

  • Repetitive stress injuries

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Diabetic neuropathy

  • Diabetic foot ulcers

  • Burns

  • Sports injuries

How It Works

Class IV Lasers are used to deliver laser light into the body in order to increase circulation, decrease swelling, reduce pain, and enhance tissue repair. The laser light increases metabolic activity in your body’s cells, which in turn draws nutrients and oxygen to the treated area, promoting healing and restoration of function.


For patients with chronic and acute pain, this treatment can be transformative.


Depending on your condition and symptoms, treatments can range from daily to two or three times a week, tailing off as your symptoms and pain decrease. Treatment usually takes less than 10 minutes. Improvement may be felt immediately, though it usually requires multiple treatments for a noticeable change.

Effectiveness and Side-Effects

Laser pain therapy has been in use for decades and its efficacy has been recorded in thousands of published studies.


Side effects are very rare, and usually involve agitation of old injured areas.

Effective and Painless Laser Therapy

With treatment procedures that last less than 10 minutes, painless laser therapy can help!

Visit Dr. Ian G. Russell

LOCATION

Suite 287-5005 Dalhousie Dr NW,
Calgary, AB T3A 5R8

 

Phone: 403-247-1961

 

Email: info@calgarypodiatrist.com

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HOURS

Monday:           10:30 AM - 05:30 PM

Tuesday:           08:30 AM - 04:30 PM

Wednesday:     10:30 AM - 05:30 PM

Thurdsday:       08:30 AM - 04:30 PM

*Friday:             08:30 AM - 04:30 PM

*(BY APPOINTMENT ONLY)

Saturday:          CLOSED
Sunday:             CLOSED

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