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Fibromyalgia & K Laser Therapy

Fibromyalgia & K Laser Therapy

Health Benefits of K- Laser Therapy for Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a long term condition that can cause pains that are felt throughout the body. Sufferers can also experience fatigue, stiffness, memory problems, and headaches. While nobody knows exactly how the condition arises, it is thought to be related to chemical processes within the brain and spinal cord. Sometimes Fibromyalgia can be triggered by and emotional experience or physical trauma, though in some cases it is thought to be genetic.

How Does K-Laser Work on Fibromyalgia?

Basically, three things happen during K-Laser treatment. First, infrared laser therapy treatment helps reduce pain, reduce inflammation, and enhance tissue healing—both in hard and soft tissues, including muscles, ligaments, or even bones.

Light comes in a variety of forms. The light that we see is the visible part of the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation.  The light that is visible to us is a specific range of colors in that spectrum… but not the whole spectrum. O  Laser light is compressed light of a wavelength from the cold, red part of the spectrum, whereas the sun is the ultra-violet burning “hot” side. The K-Laser is very different from natural light. It penetrates deep into the painful area and eliminates the pain, many times instant relief is felt. Each cell has its own energy field. The laser uses red and far-in fared light to stimulate the mitochondria of the cell, the power plant, which then releases the chemical ATP, Adenosine Tri Phosphate, which wakes the cells up so they can talk to each other again. This process reduces pain and inflammation by bringing more blood and oxygen to the area.  It increases the healing time by 50% or more.  K-Laser Therapy is extremely effective in alleviating pain and reducing inflammation throughout the body. In some cases it may relieve this condition permanently, others may be an ongoing maintenance program.

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