Dalhousie Station Foot Clinic now offers state-of-the-art Class IV Laser for treatment of a wide variety of aches and pains, including:
Heel spur pain
Repetitive stress injuries
Laser pain therapy uses light energy from a laser to reduce pain and inflammation, speed up the healing process of damaged tissues, provide relaxation to the muscles, and stimulate nerve regeneration. Laser pain therapy is exceptionally effective in treating all kinds of acute heel pain. The wavelength and power of the laser beam determine the capacity of the laser to penetrate into the body. At Dalhousie Station Foot Clinic, we use laser therapy for foot ailments such as plantar fasciitis treatment and heel pain treatment in Calgary. Schedule an appointment today.
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.
Anti-inflammatory and healing properties
Faster tissue repair and vascular activity
Trigger and acupuncture points
Reduced fibrous tissue formation
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.