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Physiotherapy: The use of Lasers

Physiotherapy: The use of Lasers

Physiotherapy: The use of Lasers

The use of Lasers in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation of Orthopedic Diseases.

LASER (Light Ampification by Stimylated Emission of Radiation) stands for amplification light with excited (forced) emission of radiation. Is used both from medicine, as well as physical therapy for therapeutic and diagnostic purposes.

Physiotherapy: The use of Lasers

LASER is a very powerful radiation, with various wavelengths, which causes a great energy intensity in the area. Laser treatment stimulates the cells for faster healing of the injured tissue. The treatment is painless and harmless to the body and contributes essentially to the reduction of pain.

What are the Therapeutic Effects of LASER on the body?
Strong analgesic effect
Anti-inflammatory and anti-edema effect
Relaxation of muscle spasms
Increasing the endurance of nerve cells
Improvement of blood and lymph circulation in the affected area
It helps in the regeneration and regeneration of new cells
Increase in cellular metabolism, removal of toxins, carbon dioxide and other waste products
Increased osteogenesis resulting in fracture porosity
Change in hydrostatic pressure within the vessels and greater absorption of tissue fluid

In which diseases are they used?
Back pain – Sciatica
Cervical syndrome
Shoulder periarthritis
Knee-Hip Osteoarthritis
Spondylolysis – Spondylolisthesis
Tennis Elbow
Ulnar neuritis
Tendonitis
Fracture
Sprain
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Orogenofolliculitis
Neuralgia
Meniscal tear
Anterior Cruciate Rupture
Raivokrano
Fractures
Lymphedema
Chondropathy – Chondroplastic Patella
Algodystrophy
Dull ulcers, bedsores and skin ulcers

DIMITRIS NIKOLAOU PT, BS
Physiotherapist – Kinesiotherapist
Director of Physiotherapy Center PHC

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