Cold laser therapy is a form of low-intensity laser therapy that stimulates healing, using low levels of light applied directly to a targeted area. The treatment is painless and non-invasive, and can be used for tissue repair and relief from pain and inflammation. Minor injuries such as sprains, strains, tendonitis, tennis elbow, neck pain, low back pain, and knee pain, among others, can all be treated using cold laser therapy.

Our Practitioners

Meet our team of practitioners who are trained in this alternative therapy, designing sessions that will help treat and heal your injury and areas of pain. To learn about the effectiveness of this therapy, reach out to our practitioners.

Sharlton Hercules

Personal Trainer, Registered Massage Therapist, & Sports Injury Therapist



Is Cold Laser Therapy painful?

Cold Laser Therapy is a painless procedure. You may feel a warm sensation or slight tingling because nerves are being stimulated, but this will subside shortly after your treatment is completed.

What is Cold Laser generally used to treat?

This tpye of therapy treats a wide variety of pain, including:

  • Neurological conditions
  • Pain syndromes (i.e. sprains and strains)
  • Acute and chronic injuries

Cold Laser can also help to speed up wound healing and fractures.

Are there whole body benefits in addition to reducing pain?

Yes, whole body inflammation is reduced overall with this therapy. When we complement Cold Laser Therapy with your regular chiropractic care, it can help increase the rate, strength, and quality of healing tissue. This therapy also helps regulate the immune system and stimulates nerve tissues to function optimally. In terms of healing, it has been shown to generate new, healthy cells within soft tissue to promote wound healing with less scarring.

Will it take long to experience results?

Most people experience results within their first visit or two. Results are almost immediately evident, but some people may need 3 - 8 sessions to feel improvement. If you are experiencing a degenerative condition, our practitioners may suggest scheduling an appointment from time to time for follow-up visits for you to continue experiencing healing. Speak directly with your practitioner to determine the best individualized treatment plan for you.

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