Cold Laser Therapy

no fee for treatments under ICBC claims.

Cold laser therapy involves the use of low level light energy through infrared laser radiation applied to damaged cells, which promotes the healing of soft tissue. The light energy transforms into biochemical energy once it’s absorbed into the body, increasing the supply of blood to the damaged cells and stimulating the healing process.

Cold laser therapy is used to treat a wide array of conditions, including arthritis, musculoskeletal injuries and sprains, back and joint pain, fibromyalgia, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic and degenerative conditions, and diabetic neuropathy.

Types of pain commonly used for treatment with CLT: