PBMT increases blood flow, increases oxygen and nutrient availability. Photobiomodulation Therapy is non-invasive, non-toxic and non-thermal. Unlike other forms of radiation, laser therapy is beneficial rather than harmful to tissue and is used in the treatment of:

Ligament Sprains

Muscle Tears

Tendon Strains


Skin and Muscle Bruising

Bone Fractures

Common sports-related injuries PBM can treat

Ankle sprain

Knee sprain

Meniscal tears of the knee

Hamstring strain


Rotator Cuff tear


"Tennis" or "Golfer's Elbow"

Stress fracture

How Does Photobiomodulation Help in Sports Injury Recovery?

Promote faster healing

Decreases risk of extensive scar tissue formation

Decreases pain due to shortened inflammatory phase

Delay the development of skeletal muscle fatigue

Improve muscle performance

Prevent muscle damage

Stabilize muscle function after high performance activities

Promote a faster return to sport or activity

Arthritic Conditions:

The pain of arthirtis holds many back from performing routine daily activities such as walking, enjoying a round of golf, gardening, or even playing with their grandchildren.

Conventional therapies focus on pharmaceuticals which may serve to mask symptoms and often have adverse side effects. Problems with arthritic medications have led many sufferers to seek safer alternatives.

How can Photobiomodulation Help?

Photobiomodulation therapy is a safe, effective and painless therapy that relieves pain, increases joint mobility, reduces inflammation around the joints, and regenerates new cartilage.

Repetitive Stress Injuries:

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Rotator Cuff Injuries


Tissue Repair & Wound Healing:

Traumatic Lesions (burns)

Dermal Ulcers

Venous Stasis


How does it help?

Stimulates anti-inflammatory resolution

Angiogenesis- The formation of new blood vessels

Epithelial and fibroblast proliferation- helping to close over the wound with new skin cells

Collagen synthesis and deposition

Wound contraction

General Health Problems:

Chemo side effects

Degenerative Disc Disease


Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

Post Herpetic Neuralgia

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