Laser Therapy

What is Low Level Laser Therapy?

Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), also known as or Cold Laser Therapy, is a non-invasive, pain-free treatment utilizing specific wavelengths of light to stimulate cellular activity and promote natural healing processes. Erchonia’s state-of-the-art LLLT devices deliver targeted, low-intensity laser beams to the affected tissue, enhancing cell metabolism, reducing inflammation, and accelerating tissue repair. Widely used for pain
management, wound healing, and various musculoskeletal conditions, Erchonia’s LLLT offers a safe, effective, and drug-free
solution for patients seeking relief and improved quality of life.

Q. Is low-level laser therapy painful?
A. No, most people do not feel anything. For those that have reported a feeling, it is nothing more than a slight tingling.
Q. How long does it take for the laser to heal or improve a condition?

A. This is dependent on the application; however, progress is often immediately evident.

Q. Are there any side effects?

A. Some people have reported a sense of deep relaxation that may cause drowsiness.

Q. Are there any complications to the treatments?
A. There are no known and / or published adverse effects of low-level laser therapy.
Q. Does low-level laser therapy cause heat damage or cancer in the tissue?

A. No, low-level laser by virtue of design is non-heat producing and does not alter the cell structure. The laser irradiation is non-ionizing, meaning it does not collect in the tissue.

Q. Are Erchonia low-level laser devices tested to ensure safety?
A. Erchonia Corporation develops, designs, and manufactures devices in accordance to
both FDA and International Standards for Medical Device Quality Standards.  Prior to
release to production, finished devices are tested to Medical Safety Standards for Laser
Controls, EMC, and Safety.
Q. Are there any conditions which would prevent me from low-level laser treatment?

A. There are no code regulated contraindications; however, since there are no long term evaluations on certain conditions, Erchonia does not recommend use on pregnant women or persons with a pace maker.