Information Guide on LLLT – Cold Laser Therapy
Our Fort Worth TX chiropractic office – FDA approved unit is very safe and strong enough so that treatments only require a few minutes of your time. Insurance coverage may or may not apply.
FROM OUR PATIENTS
“I have had terrible sinus headaches for years. Since I began cold laser therapy, I am 90% better!” K. M., Bedford, TX
“For years I suffered from 4-5 migraines per week. Since beginning cold laser therapy, they have decreased to only one per week (so far)! S. S., Dallas, TX
“My rheumatoid arthritis pain required extreme medication in the past. Now, with cold laser treatments, my medication dosage is minimized and my pain is almost absent.” R. H., Colleyville, TX.
“The arthritis pain in my knees was intolerable until I began cold laser at CFS. Flexibility improved and pain diminished. I feel like I have my life back again!” G. S., Southlake, TX.
“I have dealt with tennis elbow and carpal tunnel syndrome for years. Surgery did not help. In fact, nothing helped until cold laser. Thanks, Dr. Cooper!” G.S., Ft. Worth, TX.
“The combination of cold laser with decompression at CFS saved me from spine surgery!” G. S., Frisco, TX.
ABOUT THE DOCTOR:
Dually licensed in Texas as a chiropractic physician as well as a physical therapist, Ken Cooper, DC, PT, brings a broad background of experience in complementary and conventional medicine to each patient. He began his professional career as the orthopedic physical therapist for Lubbock Methodist Hospital in 1981. For the past twenty-six years Dr. Cooper has looked for special therapies for patients with chronic disorders that are difficult to treat. He maintains active memberships in the American Society for Lasers in Medicine & Surgery, American Academy of Pain Management and the Texas Chiropractic Association.
EXPERIENCE THE POWER AND HEALING OF COLD LASER PHOTOTHERAPY
COOPER FUNCTIONAL SERVICES
THE UNIQUE THERAPY THAT PROMOTES HEALING ON A CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LEVEL
COLD LASER PHOTOTHERAPY is also known as Low Level Laser Therapy, or LLLT. It is part of the rapidly developing field of photodynamic research. We are proud to offer the FDA-approved and state-of-the-art Chattanooga Vectra Genisys Laser System.
In contrast to a “hot” laser a surgeon would use to cut tissue, “cold” laser is administering certain wavelengths of light through the skin and into the body to trigger an amazing series of chemical reactions to speed healing.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Do you remember in high school biology studying the way sunlight triggers chemical reactions in plants? It is called photosynthesis, a term most of us are familiar with. Researchers have found that in humans (and in most animals) there are receptor molecules in not only in cell membranes but in mitochondrial membranes as well. These molecules, when activated by certain wavelengths of light, trigger a “cascade of healing.” This is a “photochemical response” similar to photosynthesis in plants. NASA was one of the first to publish laser research in this country. “Low energy photon irradiation by light in the far-red to near infra-red spectral range with low energy lasers or LED arrays has been found to modulate various biological processes.” This process is called PHOTOBIOMODULATION.
The following is a list of only some of the known reactions inside the body:
2. Analgesic (reduces pain)
3. Faster Cartilage & Ligament Repair
4. Improved Circulation
5. Increased Metabolic Activity
6. Trigger & Acupuncture Point Stimulation/Balancing
7. Reduction of Scar Tissue
8. Improved Nerve Function
9. Enhances Immune System
10.Speeds Wound Healing
THE BOTTOM LINE
The most important question for you is, “How will it help me?” Dr. Cooper has compiled a list of conditions treated from experience and research literature:
1. Pain in Joints (of limbs) or Spine
2. Arthritis (Osteoarthritis or Rheumatoid)
3. Whiplash & Sprain/Strain Injuries
4. Post-operative Pain
6. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
7. Tennis Elbow & Golfer’s Elbow
8. Fibromyalgia & Trigger Point Syndrome
9. Plantar Fascitis
10. Headaches (tension, sinus & migraine)
11. TMJ Syndromes
12. Stress fractures and other syndromes