Using Laser Therapy To Treat Foot Pain
Foot pain can very quickly interrupt your day.
With foot pain simply going for a walk or spending time outside, could quickly leave you wanting to go home or not leave your house in the first place.
Many people that are experiencing ongoing problems with foot pain are unwilling to consider the option for surgery. Whether you’re experiencing problems with tendinitis or damaged tissue in your heel, invasive procedures could leave you off your feet for weeks.
A low-level laser therapy can be an excellent way that you can quickly heal damaged tissue within your feet while maintaining your normal lifestyle. Our team can help you safeguard your mobility by using laser therapy to treat foot pain. K-Laser therapy is a revolutionary treatment that targets foot pain directly by stimulating cell growth and allowing your body to heal itself. In this post, were going to explore some of the many conditions that can be improved with the help of K-laser treatments.
Ongoing problems with arthritis can be managed with the help of a K-Laser. There’s a large number of people in the United States that suffer from arthritis and osteoarthritis. Managing the progression of osteoarthritis by reducing inflammation can alleviate the ongoing pain you might experience.
If you regularly experience a stabbing pain when you take your first few steps of the day, it’s possible that you could be managing a case of Plantar Fasciitis. This is a condition in which connective tissue within your foot that runs along the bottom of your Achilles is inflamed. This section of connective tissue that runs along the bottom of your foot can undergo stress especially when you are regularly on your feet. The stress can continue to add up and eventually this will lead to small tears in the tissue and extreme inflammation. Using light energy and stimulating growth of the ligaments and tendons can make sure inflammation can be reduced.
Your Achilles tendon which runs along your calf muscle down to your heel is one of the largest tendons in your body. It’s responsible for playing a key role in walking, jumping and running. Placing too much strain on this tenant can lead to tears, inflammation and pain. Tendinitis in the Achilles often affects runners and athletes that are placing extra strain on these tissues. K laser treatments can be an excellent way to reduce this pain and inflammation.
Sports injury recovery:
If you’ve experienced some type of sports injury to your feet, using a K laser can help to improve the healing process. Noninvasive laser treatments can speed the process of healing tissue for exposed injuries as well as inflammation on the inside of tissues. The K-Lasers non invasive wavelengths therapy can create massive improvements to the healing process and get you back to doing the activities you love faster.