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Low Level Laser Therapy

What is Low Level Laser Therapy?

Low level laser therapy, delivered by our Vielight Products, also known as phototherapy or “cold laser”, uses low intensity lasers and light emitting diodes (LEDs) at the infrared and visible red wavelengths to relieve pain and reduce inflammation caused by damaged tissue.

Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is not a newly-discovered treatment. It was pioneered in the 1960s and there are thousands of published studies documenting its effects in a range of medical and veterinary applications. Health professionals around the world use low level laser therapy to treat patients suffering from a range of pain conditions.

The low level laser light particles, known as photons, penetrate into the tissue through the skin to a specific depth depending on the wavelength. Typically, low level laser devices use 600nm-1000nm (visible red-infrared) wavelengths.

Unlike surgical lasers, the intensity of low level laser is not high enough to produce heat, so it cannot burn or heat the skin.


Low Level Laser Therapy can assist to

  • relieve muscle and joint pain
  • speed up the healing process
  • reduce swelling
  • promote relaxation of muscles to alleviate spasms
  • improve functionality and mobility
  • relieve stiffness

Benefits of Laser Therapy in treating pain

  • non-invasive, non-surgical treatment
  • fast-acting
  • complementary to other treatments such as physiotherapy, chiropractic and acupuncture
  • use at home in between clinical visits
  • applied directly to the site of pain or wound
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