The key impact of infrared laser radiation on the body depends on supplying high intensity energy to the tissues so deep in the body that normal physical means cannot achieve it.
Thanks to its analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antihydropic, bio-regenerative and healing properties, laser is widely used e.g. in sports rheumatology, dentistry, dermatology or therapeutic cosmetics.
- degenerative joint disease
- discopathic pains in lumbar and cervical spine section
- periarticular inflammation
- conditions resulting from overburdening of muscles and periarticular soft tissues
- inflammation of tendon, fascia, tendon sheath and joint bursa
- delayed union of fractured bones
- chronic inflammation
- neuralgia of peripheral nerves
- diabetic neuropathy
- slow healing wounds and ulceration