Imagine a life without pain without acute pain very recently, and without chronic pain for a long time.
Is this possible? Yes, it is with this type of therapy.
safe and effective pain relief
without causing pain
without side effects
available for each therapy
without disturbing your daily rhythm
Laser therapy is part of the medicine of the future. This is one of the most modern and most modern treatments in sports medicine.
The word laser originates from the abbreviation of Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Albert Einstein also has a merit for the development of the laser theory. In his relativity theory published in 1916, the stimulus emission was first mentioned. Other very important steps in laser upgrading have been made by Arthur Shawlow, Charles Townes and Theodor Maiman. Maiman was the one who introduced the first working laser on July 7. 1960 In 1967, the Hungarian professor Endre Mester in Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary wants to know if the laser causes cancer. He used two groups of mice to try and, surprisingly, found that the fur-treated mice grew much faster. This is the bio stimulating effect of the laser.
When can laser therapy be used?
acute and chronic pain
neck, back, and back pain
diseases of the musculoskeletal system – arthritis of the joints of the wrist, elbow, shoulder, neck, waist, hip, knee, ankle
osteoarthritis of ankle, knee (gonarthrosis), hip (coxarthrosis), spine (spondylarthrosis), throat (sprain, cervicoarthrosis)
carpal tunnel syndrome
rheumatoid arthritis, polyarthritis
disc herniation, protrusion of the intervertebral disc
inflammatory bowel disease-tendinagitis, infections, inflammation of the Achilles tendon
epicondylites of the joint
conditions after arthroscopy of ankle, knee, shoulder, shoulder joint
after fracture of the bones
all sports injuries
muscle growth and tearing
spasms of the muscles on the neck, back, cross, limbs
traumas of the spine
post operative scarring (occurring in surgical interventions in gynecology, surgery, orthopedics) – removes adhesions under scarring
poor wounds, decubitus, varicose wounds in the lower leg, post-operative wounds
swelling of lymphatic origin on the lower and upper limbs (after surgery for breast carcinoma)
diabetic foot sores
neurological diseases-neuritis, plexitis, radiculitis, polyneuropathies
neuralgia of the tricuspid nerve
What does the patient feel during therapy?
without unpleasant sensations
without irritating the body
Effects of laser therapy application
increases the cellular energy level
removes the pain
increases joint mobility
eliminates stiffness in the joints
speeds up cure of cells and tissues
accelerates the transport of nutrients and oxygen to damaged cells and tissues
speeds up tissue regeneration processes
increases metabolic activity of tissues
reduces fibrous changes
increases nerve conduction
speeds up wound healing
stimulates the production of collagen
Who can apply laser therapy?
Lasers used in medicine must be used only by qualified physicians.
Laser therapy is used with tremendous success by world elite racers of various types of sports in Premier Division Soccer Teams, Olympic Teams, Formula 1, Rugby and Cricket Teams and in Specialized Pain Relief Clinics in the UK, Europe and other continents.