Laser therapy uses light to penetrate tissue to increase blood flow, increase the speed of healing and stimulate rehabilitation. Clinically proven and long popular in Europe, laser therapy is now cleared in the United States by the FDA.
Scientists have discovered that the mitochondria, which are the power house for the cells of your body, are very responsive to laser light. In the presence of the laser, the mitochondria activates and increases in energy. It is that increase in energy that provides the healing to injured joints and tissues.