Deep Tissue Laser Therapy

Aim Sports Medicine - Deep Tissue Laser TherapyDeep Tissue Laser Therapy (DTLT) is now available at Aim Sports Medicine. Laser therapy is the closest thing we have found to a “magic wand” when it comes to decreasing pain and inflammation and improving the healing process at the cellular level.

DTLT is a non-invasive, painless treatment that works by delivering a surge of photons several centimeters into the tissue, greatly increasing circulation and rejuvenating damaged cells. DTLT causes a chemical reaction at the cellular level. Our cells react to the light (photons), and when exposed to photon energy, that energy directly affects the metabolic process of the cells, accelerating healing and boosting circulation at the site of injury.

Similar to the effects of deep tissue massage, laser therapy offers a pain free alternative in a fraction of the time. Our LightforceTM laser is safe and effective and is FDA approved.

 

DTLT treatments (Class IV laser) are delivered within 5 to 10 minute sessions depending on the location of the injury. Patients often describe the treatments as warm and soothing.

Results are generally observed in 4 to 6 treatments; however, most people feel an immediate effect after just 1 treatment.

Deep Tissue Laser Therapy has been effective in the treatment of:

  • Acute pain due to localized injury
  • Inflammation
  • Chronic pain
  • Post-operative conditions
  • Tendon and muscle injury

 
At Aim Sports Medicine, we are committed to providing results-oriented therapies that are designed to maximize your recovery. We have incorporated Deep Tissue Laser Therapy (LightforceTM) with physical therapy, soft tissue management and massage therapy. By combining hands-on techniques with leading clinical innovation, we believe this is the most optimal approach to improved outcomes.

 

LightforceTM, Deep Tissue Laser Therapy

 

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