There’s no need to suffer from a personal injury, back, joint, or muscle pain, thanks to the new cold laser therapy at Elan Wellness Center. The Theralase’ therapeutic laser system is proving itself to be one of the best answers to chronic and occasional pain.
Now, there’s a Tampa chiropractor whose taking pain treatment to a whole new level of care with an advanced technology called “cold laser therapy”. Unlike prescriptions, the Theralase therapeutic laser system gets to the root of a patient’s pain, healing them without having to undergo the discomfort and expense of invasive surgery.
The procedure utilizes both holistic and scientific approaches for people suffering from many types of pain, to live a normal life without the risk of becoming dependant on prescription medications.
“Cold laser therapy is a non-invasive procedure, meaning that it does not require a surgical incision. This means that there is no prolonged recovery time. Laser therapy also does not involve taking any medications, and many patients prefer to avoid taking medications. Studies have so far found that cold laser therapy does not have serious side effects when used properly by a doctor,” explains Spine Health.com.
Dr. Christine Rogers of Tampa’s Elan Wellness Center is a chiropractic practitioner helping many people to live a productive, pain-free life. Using cold laser therapy, Dr. Rogers can treat the cause of many injuries and ailments.
“…The treatment stimulates the cytochrome oxidase enzyme in the cells’ mitochondria. This is really one of the key discoveries in the whole science of laser therapy. Specifically, injured cells are targeted because damaged cells are more readily accepting of photons of light, whereas healthy cells don’t need this extra energy,” explains Dr. Mercola.
Chiropractic treatment uses a series of manual adjustments to realign key areas of the body to relieve pain. Unlike, prescription medications, chiropractic care is holistic, or natural, meaning that it does not depend on narcotics or surgery which often mask symptoms rather than treat the cause of a person’s pain or discomfort. Treatment is generally pleasant and does not involve habit forming medicines.