INTRA-ARTICULAR LASER THERAPY
Intra-articular laser therapy is used primarily in the treatment of damaged joints by application of the newly developed catheter technology. It allows direct irradiation of dysfunctional tissue (e.g., nerves, cartilages, bones).
There are already many scientific studies that clearly demonstrate the regeneration of cartilage tissue by means of Low-Level Laser Therapy.
While red lasers are mainly used for regeneration in chronic joint pain, blue light is particularly effective in the treatment of acute inflammation.
To optimize effects, the treatment may also be combined very successfully with other injection therapies (e.g., Platelet-rich plasma: see next page).
Areas of Application:
Knee joint arthrosis
Chronic shoulder syndrome
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