Lasers were discovered accidentally in 1967 in Budapest, and once it was discovered the laser could assist with pain, it quickly led to the advance and refinement of cold lasers and Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), also known as Photobiomodulation (PBM).
Lasers emit pencil-like beams of electro-magnetic waves of a single frequency and defined wavelength.
Low level lasers are very different to those used in surgery, considered “hot” lasers – which cut skin and cauterise blood vessels when surgical precision is required.
With any low level laser there is nothing invasive, no bleeding, and no pain.
When the particles of red and infrared light are absorbed by our bodies, the major effect is on the mitochondria, the power source inside our cells.
The lasers we use at COLD LASER PAIN RELIEF are the very modern and updated versions of what was developed in Hungary all those years ago.
At Cold Laser Pain Relief we use the latest light-based laser technology to treat acute and chronic conditions. Offering a range of non-invasive treatment options designed to target the source of acute and chronic pain, we aim to provide our patients with a better quality of life – free from pain and medication.