At Boehm’s Physiotherapy in Martensville, Saskatchewan, it is our mission to provide our patients with success and an understanding of their injury, in order to ensure a full recovery. Our treatment programs are tailor-made to you individually and to your recovery goals. In our latest article, we share information about how cold laser treatment changes your healing in order to promote recovery.
How Does Cold Laser Treatment Change Your Healing Process and Promote Recovery??
When you initially have an injury, there is an inflammatory process that the body takes time to deal with – this is the red, hot, swollen time. You can’t start to exercise, stretch or even use the body when it is reacting to injury like this. Hard for you to know where to start , right?
So here is what we do! Start a series Laser treatment from Boehm’s Physiotherapy early on in the injury! The Laser uses natural wavelengths of light to supercharge the cells (the actual injured ones!) with light energy that is easily absorbed and heals at triple the normal rate, resulting in weeks less of the overall recovery.
This treatment creates an optimal environment to begin to load the injury to restore strength, endurance and heal the area completely following the injury. Less time inflamed means a quicker response to exercise, and overall a quicker recovery.
Exercise is our medicine, and our physiotherapists are masters at properly and progressively re-loading the injured area with creative, area-specific exercise to regain your previous form. We set goals that are YOUR GOALS, and get you there again safely and strongly.
So tap into our energetic staff’s knowledge of injury and let us get you back to health! The right things at the right time – that is the key. Ask to see one of our physiotherapists today and get your cold laser treatment that can quickly guide you back to optimal health and peak performance!
At Boehm’s Physiotherapy, we pride ourselves on serving each patient with dignity, respect, and compassion.
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