Many people ask, how does cold laser therapy work? Cold laser therapy is highly effective in treating many health conditions because of the profound effect that it has on the cellular changes that it makes within the body:
Reduces pain by causing the production of natural pain killer endorphins
Reduces inflammation by suppressing inflammatory enzymes that create swelling, redness, pain and heat, and enhances the release of anti-inflammatory enzymes
Enhances lymphatic drainage, which increases circulation and speeds healing
Stimulates the release of helpful healing enzymes
Releases tight muscles (both smooth and striated) that create chronic pain, joint problems and decreased mobility
Speeds bone repair by stimulating fibroblastic and osteoblastic proliferation
Low level laser in the correct frequency appears to be antiviral, antifungal and antiherpetic
Osmosis (transfer of essential nutrients) cannot occur across the cellular membrane of a de-polarised (sick) cell. Consequently, delayed healing, chronic disease, scars, fatigue and accelerated ageing is observed. Cold laser reenergises (re-polarises) injured cell membranes and increases the mitochondria energy by 150% which speeds and improves the healing process.
(Jan Turner and Lars Hode, The New Laser Therapy Handbook – Prima Books).
Ruth Phypers combines extensive health and recovery expertise with Low Level Laser Therapy (Cold Laser) technology. Ruth Phypers is an expert in cold laser protocols developed over 30 years of extensive research. She runs a Harley Street medical practice in Photomedicine (Low Level Laser Therapy | Photobiomodulation) focusing on general health, addiction/trauma recovery, pain relief, youthful ageing and natural beauty aesthetics.