Low Level Laser Therapy for Podiatry is highly effective for foot health and is a standard offering within many podiatry and foot health clinics across the UK. Low Level Laser Therapy is a recognised therapy with the College of Podiatry in London. Low Level Laser Therapy is also known as Photobiomodulation Therapy (PBM), Therapeutic Laser or Red Light Therapy.

Low Level Laser for Podiatry: Verrucae and Warts

Therapeutic Laser offers a non ablative, natural solution for the treatment of verrucae. It is not only potentially effective, it is also pain-free and non-invasive. Low Level Laser Therapy for Verrucae regenerates new skin cells at a much faster rate than normal. Fresh cells are encouraged to regenerate below the verruca or wart, resulting in a gentle freeing of the condition which simply ‘goes away’. The healing process leads to a normalisation of the infected cells.

Therapeutic Laser for Podiatry: Foot Health

We also treat the following conditions to help with foot and lower leg health.

  • Plantar Fasciitis – low level laser can address this and resolve sharp pain in the lower foot area.
  • Fracture Healing – therapeutic laser speeds up the healing of bone fractures
  • Osteoarthritis – therapeutic laser has anti-inflammatory effects and can help with painful arthritis in the feet and ankles.
  • Achilles Tendonitis – therapeutic laser is extremely effective for tissue repair and can help to resolve Achilles tendonitis.
  • Wound Management
  • Diabetic Foot Ulcers – we have seen very good results in the healing of diabetic foot ulcers.
  • Peripheral neuropathy – low level laser is highly effective in resolving numbness and / or pain.

Clinical Studies for Low Level Laser for Podiatry

Many podiatrists use low level laser for treating their patients and clinical trials in the UK are conclusive. Please refer to the following research articles on low Level Laser Therapy for podiatry: Turner and British Medical Journal.

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Please refer to the following:
Turner and British Medical Journal.

Ruth Phypers qualified in Low Level Laser Therapy for Podiatry at The College of Podiatry (London, UK): Low Level Laser Therapy Course, July 2019.

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