Chiropractic Partners Announces the Arrival of Cold Laser Therapy

Durham, North Carolina, UNITED STATES


RALEIGH, N.C., April 16, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Chiropractic Partners has recently unveiled their new cold laser therapy services at their Midtown/North Hills location in Raleigh. This therapy uses non-surgical laser treatment to relieve pain and promote healing in injured areas. It is especially good for problems that typical chiropractic treatments do not address, such as sore knees and elbows, plantar fasciitis, and muscular pains.

Cold laser therapy has been making waves in recent years thanks to its unique abilities. Unlike surgical lasers, the "cold" laser does not make cuts into tissue. Instead, it sends penetrating light down into the tissue to stimulate healing, increase circulation, reduce inflammation, and relieve pain. There are several models of laser therapy machines in use in clinics across the U.S., and many of them include variations that make them different from other machines of this type.

At Chiropractic Partners in Raleigh Midtown/North Hills, the chosen model is the Robotic M6 Cold Laser. It is able to target a wider area during treatment than other models, making it excellent for providing immediate relief.

"Most cold lasers cover only a small area per pass. The M6, on the other hand, treats a larger portion of the body at the same time. Patients get immediate relief plus the benefit of accelerated healing over time. This laser can be used alone, or it can be combined with chiropractic and other treatments," explained Dr. Greg Baldy of Chiropractic Partners.

The use of cold laser treatment doesn't just provide pain relief. The devices can be used to stimulate acupuncture points, reduce the formation of scar tissue, accelerate cell growth for faster healing, and to improve immune function. Even better, they can be used on any part of the body that can be reached by their light. This makes them great for joints and other areas that would be hard to treat with less mobile devices. Of course, the lasers can be used on flatter parts of the body, such as the belly and back, as well.

"It is important to keep in mind that a therapy laser is not the same as a surgical one. Therapy lasers operate with much wider beams and lower powers than cutting lasers. This is why they are often referred to as 'cold' lasers. However, they use wavelengths that allow for enough tissue penetration to activate the body's natural healing abilities, and this is what makes them useful,” said Dr. Baldy.

About Chiropractic Partners

Chiropractic Partners is a network of clinics in the North Carolina area. Together, they offer a wide variety of services, which may differ from location to location. The Robotic M6 Cold Laser is at the Raleigh Midtown/North Hills location, which is overseen by Dr. Greg Baldy. Visit their website at http://www.chiropartners.com/ for more information.


        

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