Cold Laser, also known as Low Level Laser, is a therapy that uses

low-level lasers to alter cellular function.  Non-thermal photons of light penetrate the skin to reach the targeted area. 


It is absorbed and interacts with the light sensitive elements in the cell

that initiates a series of events in the cellsthat result in reduced inflammation, normalization of damaged or injured tissues, and increased intracellular metabolism-which reduces healing time.


The therapy is also pain free, drug free, and non-addictive, as opposed to most of the leading treatments, and is performed right in our office. 


Patients can use cold laser in conjunction with all of our other therapies, and generally are recommended to do so. 


Cold laser therapy has numerous benefits, as a therapy it:

  • Is safe
  • Is non-invasive
  • Is non-toxic
  • Reduces the need for surgery
  • Is cost effective

Can laser light therapy relieve pain in 
place of opioids?

Cold laser is used to relieve pain for a wide variety
of ailments that include:




Muscle Pain


Joint Injuries

Sports Injuries

Sprains / Strains


Shoulder Pain

Elbow Pain

Wrist Pain

Hip Pain

Knee Pain

Ankle Pain


Cervical (neck) Pain

Thoracic (mid back) Pain

Lumbar (lower back) Pain


Acute (recent) Pain

Chronic (long term) Pain



Therapeutic laser biological effects: 

Rapid Cell Growth:

Laser therapy accelerates cellular reproduction and growth. 


Faster Wound Healing:
Laser therapy stimulates fibroblast development and accelerates collagen synthesis in damaged tissue.


Increased Metabolic Activity:
Laser therapy brings higher outputs of specific enzymes, greater oxygen and food particle loads for blood cells and thus greater production of the basic food source for cells, Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP). 


Reduced Fibrous Tissue Formation:
Laser therapy reduces the formation of scar tissue following tissue damage from: cuts, scratches, burns or post-surgery. 

Anti-Inflammatory Action:
Laser therapy reduces swelling caused by bruising or inflammation of joints to give enhanced joint mobility. 


Increased Vascular Activity:
Laser therapy induces temporary vasodilatation increasing blood flow to damaged areas. 


Stimulated Nerve Function:
Slow recovery of nerve function in damaged tissue can result in “dead” limbs or numb areas. Laser therapy speeds the process of nerve cell reconnection to bring the numb areas back to life.

How is Multi Radiance different from other Therapeutic lasers?

Multi Radiance Medical technology is proven safe and effective

for pain relief and accelerated recovery.

But how does it work?

What exactly is light, and how can it be used for pain relief?

Learn about the science behind Multi Radiance Medical’s Super Pulsed Laser Technology.

From baseball to basketball to biking, top athletes and athletic trainers use

Multi Radiance Super Pulsed Laser Therapy for relieving pain and

accelerating recovery from injury.

Professor Ernesto Leal-Junior, PhD, PT reviews

“Skeletal Muscle Performance and Recovery,” in which researchers found that applying Multi Radiance laser before exercise improved performance and accelerated recovery.
Read the abstract at PubMed – PMID: 24942380

Ernesto Leal-Junior, Prof. Ph.D., PT, has tested over 15 brands of laser’s

for sports performance enhancement and exercise restitution.

Watch to see why he prefers Multi Radiance Medical.

During his Afghanistan tour serving in the US Army, Tyler Gregory, 21, was shot,

fell off a cliff, and had his vehicle blown up by an IED while inside, causing a herniated cervical disc and fractured thoracic disc. 

After trying pain medications, physical therapy, and injections without seeing results.

Tim Edwards, owner and head coach of North Coast Endurance Coaching and head coach of the Cleveland State University triathlon team, describes how the Multi Radiance GameDay Laser helps his athletes prepare, perform and recover from intense training.

Veterinarians Juan Carlos Garcia de Brigard and Steve Adair discuss how they

use Multi Radiance super pulsed laser therapy on swelling, inflammation, pain,

tendon injuries, muscle strain, osteoarthritis and
more on the elite equine athletes at the World Equestrian Games.

Sharon Classen, PT, ATC, CERP, oversaw all the physiotherapists at the

World Equestrian Games to make sure the elite equine athletes and riders received the best medical treatment before, during, and after competitions.

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