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Laser Therapy for Pain

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Aspen Laser Therapy for Pain

Studies estimate that 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Pain in any form can negatively impact your mood, self-confidence, relationships, and performance at work.

If you suffer from acute or chronic pain, you can find a solution that isn’t medication or surgery. Laser therapy for pain targets the source of your pain to give you noticeable pain relief without surgery, medications, and significant downtimes.

What Is Aspen Laser Therapy

Laser is an acronym for “Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.” Low-level laser therapy has been used in medicine since the 1960s. Aspen laser therapy improves upon the concept, as it is a form of high-intensity laser therapy.

Aspen laser therapy represents class four laser technology and provides power levels 1,200 times more powerful than classes one, two, and three low-level laser therapy.

As a result, it delivers significantly higher dosage levels to penetrate the deepest levels of the skin and tissues to reach damaged cells.

After absorbing the laser’s light energy (mostly in the form of photons), the cell’s metabolism is boosted, producing energy that stimulates cell/tissue repair to re-establish a normal, healthy state.

Aspen Laser Therapy for Pain

Am I a Candidate for Laser Therapy for Pain?


Candidates for laser therapy for pain can have various medical conditions that cause acute and/or chronic pain. The right candidate may suffer from pain in their shoulders, head, neck, back, arms, hands, hips, knees, feet, and ankles.

Common conditions this treatment is successful for include inflammation, damaged nerves, tight muscles, chronic body pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, arthritis, sports injuries, and some types of sprains and strains. This is not a full list.

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How Is Laser Therapy for Pain Performed?

Aspen laser therapy has the power to penetrate the deepest layers of the skin and tissues, allowing the laser to reach the damaged cells. In doing so, this treatment has been shown to alleviate inflammation, increase blood flow and lymphatic drainage, stimulate nerve regeneration, and increase muscle relaxation and collagen production.

After the body absorbs the laser’s light energy, the cell’s metabolism is boosted, stimulating cell or tissue repair. Laser pain therapy treats the root cause of pain and injury by enhancing the body’s natural healing processes, while other products temporarily treat or mask symptoms.

On average, treatments last between five to 10 minutes. However, treatment times depend on:

  • The size of the treatment area
  • Depth of the penetration needed
  • Type of condition being treated

These conditions can lengthen the treatment time.

What Is Laser Therapy for Pain Recovery Like?

Laser therapy for pain is a popular treatment because it’s virtually pain-free and has zero side effects. There is no risk of burnt skin or damaging the skin tissue. Additionally, there is no downtime or recovery, so you can do this treatment on your lunch break and continue with your day.

What Results Can I Expect From Laser Therapy for Pain?


Some patients start to experience relief as soon as their first treatment of laser therapy for pain is complete. However, on average, individuals with acute pain require five to six treatments, and patients with chronic pain may need between 10 to 12 treatments.
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Interested in Laser Therapy for Pain in Sacramento, CA?

Precision M.D. Cosmetic Surgery in Sacramento, California, is a top center for this breakthrough treatment. Book a consultation today to have all your questions and concerns answered and see if this treatment option is right for you.

Schedule with Precision M.D. Cosmetic Surgery by calling (916) 691-6666 or filling out this form.

9250 Big Horn Blvd
Suite 100
Elk Grove CA 95758
Telephone: 916-691-6666

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