Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Cold laser therapy, an effective and innovative physical rehabilitation tool, is a safe and painless aid in the treatment of pain, sports injuries, automobile injuries, muscle sprains, ligament tears, nerve inflammation, and much more. Dr. Shoshany and his staff have successfully treated a wide range of conditions in NYC with the help of cold laser therapy, which stimulates healing and enhances results by speeding up recovery time and decreasing pain and discomfort.
Dr. Shoshany’s cold laser therapy treatments have been so successful, that he was invited by Dr. Mehmet Oz to perform a cold laser demonstration on a patient with neck pain on his NBC program, The Dr. Oz Show in 2013. Click here for a clip of Dr. Shoshany’s appearance on The Dr. Oz Show.
Cold laser therapy works by stimulating and improving the body’s natural cellular function. The cold laser therapy device emits a low-level light beam that is aimed directly at the affected body area. While the patient rests comfortably, the painless laser goes to work by traveling under the skin and into the cells’ mitochondria, where ATP production increases thanks to the laser stimulation. Increased ATP translates into a progressive reduction in inflammation, discomfort, and pain, as well as faster healing.
The applications of cold laser therapy are numerous, and range from sports injuries such as muscle
or ligament tears, to ankle sprains, leg cramps, fractures, and even serious chronic conditions such as
arthritis, knee pain, neck pain, arm pain, back pain, and others.
There are no negative risks or side effects associated with the use of cold laser therapy, and the
treatment can be prescribed on its own or as a complement to other physical rehabilitation treatments in
order to obtain better results.
For additional information on Dr. Shoshany’s non-invasive cold laser therapy for the treatment of pain,
inflammation, and injuries, please visit http://www.drshoshany.com/cold-laser-therapy.html where you can review the wide range of physical rehabilitation services available to NYC patients and schedule a consultation.
Posted by Dr. Steve Shoshany at 2:40 PM