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K-laser Patient Information

Curious about K-Laser treatments but concerned about your first appointment?

This treatment is designed to be noninvasive and painless.

The goal of a K-Laser therapy is to stimulate the growth of your own cells and to get you back up and moving in a much faster period of time.

What is K-Laser therapy?

K-Laser therapy uses a series of wavelengths of light to stimulate molecules within human tissue. K-Laser therapy has undergone decades of research to identify the wavelengths and energy levels that can induce changes in the metabolism of cells. By stimulating growth in cells it’s possible to stimulate healing faster and enjoy an overall improvement in inflammation and ongoing pain. The process is extremely safe and it uses the body’s own natural restorative functions in order to stimulate cellular growth.

What is K-Laser treatment used most commonly for?

K-Laser as a therapy is used to reduce inflammation, manage faster healing and more. The laser can penetrate deeply into a wound or into musculoskeletal tissue. Tendons, muscles, ligaments and more can heal faster and with less pain. The treatment can also be used for pain management in a wide range of chronic conditions.

Some of the most common reasons a patient may be referred to for K-Laser therapy include chronic back pain, sports injuries, musculoskeletal conditions in pregnancy, postsurgical rehabilitation, chronic neck pain, sports injuries, accident recovery and more.

Am I suited to K-Laser therapy?

K-Laser therapy is perfect for anyone because it carries very low risks and side effects. Everyone from the elderly to athletes are using this type of therapy. As long as the therapy is undertaken by a trained clinician, it’s safe and effective and is designed as a minimally invasive technique that can be a beneficial alternative to surgery.

K-Laser therapy is designed to be a painless technique. Occasionally a small reactions occur as a temporary increase in pain at the site of chronic pain the day after laser therapy. Mild bruising from direct pressure with the laser tip, reactions with various photosynthesising drugs that are used with laser therapy and more. Most of these are extremely rare side effects, that occur in only a small portion of the population.

If you are interested in accessing K-Laser therapy in the UK we are one of the first clinics to offer this. We have years of experience administering this treatment and we can help you overcome a wide range of conditions. Whether you are experiencing ongoing problems with arthritis or you could use assistance with direct injury recovery, our therapists can assist you in improving healing over time. We want to make sure that you can access the finest level of treatment from K-Laser therapy today.

Please contact us and we can arrange an appointment for K-Laser therapy for you.

Contact

Call 0118 939 1361 or email michael.rooks@btconnect.com to make an appointment.

Alternatively you can email me directly via the contact me page.

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