What is Laser for?
*ligaments, bones and joints, (including meniscus)
*arthritis, discs and nerves (including sciatic nerves)
*tendons, muscles and scar tissue,
without surgery, medications or injections.
Laser light is delivered in the therapeutic window by monochromatic laser light in wavelengths ranging from 600 to 950 nm. Light particles also known as photons penetrate up to 10 cm into tissue.
Photons are absorbed by electrons in photosensitive compounds, known as chromophores and cytochromes residing in the mitochondria increasing the rate of Adenosine Tri-Phosphate (ATP) production. ATP is the basic food source of cells derived from the phosphorylation of glucose in the mitochondria.
ATP fuels the cells and actuates the healing process – more ATP equals faster healing.
IN ENGLISH (Laymens terms) this means – you use photon energy kinda like the sun and a growing plant and it fixes you fast without surgery or pins or wires or medications or injections.