FAQ - Robotic Laser Therapy

Technology continues to change and improve, especially in the medical field. Novel medical technologies allow various medical professionals to diagnose and treat medical problems more effectively. Among these technologies, robotic laser therapy is seen as a safe, effective, and non-invasive treatment option. It involves using light to reduce inflammation, relieve pain, and promote soft tissue repair and wound healing. The laser penetrates the body without producing heat. Here are the frequently asked questions about robotic laser therapy.


What Is Robotic Laser Therapy?

It is a non-invasive treatment for general inflammation, sprains, and strains. The treatment relies on the energy produced by concentrated light to provide pain relief. The light comprises a series of wavelengths that reinforces each other. Each wavelength contributes to the production of several benefits in one session.


Is Robotic Laser Therapy Safe?

The procedure is safe and effective. It does not require the use of surgery or drugs. It is quick, convenient, and produces no known side effects. Studies show that the procedure is as effective as physical therapy. It speeds up healing after surgery.


Does the Laser Therapy Hurt?

During the treatment, the light energy penetrates the soft tissue to reach the damaged cells. Most patients experience little or no sensation during treatment. The laser application is not painful. Most people find the procedure relaxing, with some falling asleep.


How Long Does a Therapy Take?

At our office in Huntsville, most treatments will take around 10 to 15 minutes. The duration will depend on the size of the treatment area. Sessions are usually conducted two to three times a week. The chiropractor will design a treatment plan based on an individual’s needs. A typical plan can require six to 12 sessions, depending on whether the issue is chronic or acute.


How Soon Can Results Be Felt?

The time it takes for the results to be felt will depend on the issue being treated. It also depends on the individual patient. The cumulative therapy sessions build upon each other. Some patients report results after the first session. Most patients notice improvements after three sessions. Patients with chronic conditions may require six visits before they begin to experience the benefits.


Is Robotic Laser Therapy Long-lasting?

Laser therapy gets to the root of the pain or injury by healing the damaged tissues. Unlike medication, it is not about masking the symptoms. Many patients have found that the results of the therapy are long-lasting. However, you cannot guarantee laser therapy results as not everyone responds equally to the treatment.


Who Is a Candidate for Laser Therapy?

Robotic laser therapy is a safe procedure that can treat most patients. However, it is not for everyone. The therapy is not suitable for pregnant women or patients with cancer. The practitioner will conduct a thorough evaluation to determine if an individual is a good candidate for the treatment.


Robotic laser therapy does not involve the use of heat. It is highly effective and can work alongside other forms of treatment. It is usually used in conjunction with physical and massage therapy. Robotic laser therapy is usable over metal or medical implants.


For more FAQ on robotic laser therapy, call Ross Clinic at (256) 539-9407 to reach our office in Huntsville, Alabama.

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