Cold Laser Therapy (LLLT) Toronto

Cold Laser Therapy (LLLT), Toronto

Cold laser therapy, or sometimes called LLLT or low-level laser therapy is a non-invasive procedure that uses low-level lasers to stimulate the body’s healing mechanism. It works by emitting a laser light that goes deep into the skin, interacts with tissues, and stimulates the body’s metabolic functions.

This photochemical reaction has beneficial effects, which include the following:

  • pain relief
  • inflammation reduction
  • increased blood flow
  • tissue repair and rehabilitation
  • superficial wound healing

If you require cold laser therapy for knees, cold laser therapy for hip bursitis, accident or injury, give us a call on (416) 479 – 8311. 

cold laser therapy TorontoContrary to what its name implies, cold laser therapy is not actually cold. In fact, the person receiving the treatment may feel a little warmth at the treated area.

But it is so-called cold laser because as compared with other types of laser procedures (such as hair removal), it makes use of light energy whose wavelength maintains low thermal temperatures. As a result, cold laser treatment does not result to skin damages or burns.

Studies Published on Cold Laser Therapy

Tissue healing and pain relief are the main reasons why patients seek treatment using cold laser therapy. However, there are a number of studies suggesting that this procedure has the ability to rehabilitate patients who suffered from stroke and traumatic brain disorders. One study that supports this claim was published in 2010 by Hashmi JT and his peers. The study suggests that low-level laser therapy has a high benefit-to-risk ratio in its role in neurorehabiliation.

Another study suggests that cold laser therapy is also effective in treating superficial wounds. In their study published in 2004, Hopkins JT and his team said that LLLT treatment facilitates wound contraction, thereby promoting faster healing.

Last, there are studies that prove that cold laser therapy increases blood flow. For instance, in a study published in 2012 by Larkin KA and his peers, low-level laser therapy was found to be effective in increasing the blood flow in the limb’s soft tissues.

A Natural Form of Treatment

Due to its non-invasive nature, cold laser therapy is the ideal procedure for people who prefer a natural way of treating pain. Unlike if you undergo a surgical procedure, there is no prolonged recovery time to worry about. In fact, you can feel better just minutes after the therapy is done.

Aside from that if you are suffering from arthritis and torn tendons and don’t want to take any form of medication, cold laser therapy is a great alternative.   Cold laser therapy also is generally safe and does not have any serious side effects. It can make people feel sore, but this is just a normal reaction. After the treatment is finished, the pain will go away.

A Typical Session

A typical session for cold laser therapy Toronto is that first, the target area is cleaned and sanitized. If has to be free from dirt particles and other materials such as lotion. Then, the chiropractor places the device on the skin and presses it. There is a beep from time to time, and this indicates how much energy is being delivered. The chiropractor then slowly moves the probe to the surrounding areas to cover a larger spot to make sure that everything is treated.

Cold Laser Therapy Toronto

Cold laser therapy Toronto, is available as a complement to chiropractic care at Core Wellness Centre that also offers RMT Registered Massage Therapy, Physiotherapy for those that require rehabilitation, MVA, Motor Vehicle Accident chiropractic services for pain, vibrational therapy, spinal decompression therapy and has on-site x-rays (if required).


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Core Wellness Centre
538 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 1A4
Phone: (416) 479-8311

Convenient Location and Free Parking
We are conveniently located 300 metres from the St. Clair W. Subway stop, on the Northeast corner of Vaughn and St. Clair, just west of Bathurst St. next to the Pizza, Pizza.