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Cold Laser Therapy in Morris

laser therapy on female patient's backCold laser therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), is a non-invasive treatment method that has been used for decades to treat musculoskeletal injuries, inflammation, and nerve pain effectively. By stimulating healing, relieving inflammation, and reducing pain, this treatment complements traditional chiropractic care, offering hope to our patients seeking relief.

A Natural Approach to Healing

Cold laser therapy promotes the body’s innate healing abilities. By emitting low levels of light, it acts as a catalyst for photochemical reactions within the cells of our body. This light energy is absorbed by the cells and converted into chemical energy, stimulating the body’s natural healing process.

This treatment can stimulate all types of cells, including muscle, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and cartilage. The initiated healing process increases circulation, promotes tissue regeneration, and reduces inflammation, ultimately helping to reduce pain and improve function.

A Safe, Effective Solution for Pain Relief

“As a chiropractor, cold laser therapy enables me to offer an effective solution to my patients that relieves their pain, helps them heal faster, and leverages our body’s natural healing abilities. No surgery, pharmaceuticals, or side effects,” said Dr. Monroe.

This treatment can address many types of pain, such as:

  • Low back
  • Neck and shoulder
  • Hip and sciatica
  • Elbow, wrist, and knee
  • Arthritic
  • Neuropathy
  • Acute musculoskeletal
  • Chronic musculoskeletal

The therapy can also provide healing help for those with the following:

  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Temporomandibular joint disorders
  • Tendonitis
  • Sprains
  • Strains

Cold Laser Therapy vs Red Light Therapy

Often, the question arises: what is the difference between cold laser therapy and red light therapy? The main difference lies in the wavelengths used. Red light therapy solely uses wavelengths in the visible light spectrum.

Cold or low-level lasers use waves that the human eye cannot see. This addition of energy from the infrared and far infrared spectrum allows better penetration through skin, hair, clothes, etc., thus stimulating healing in deeper tissues of six inches or greater.

While red light therapy is better suited for skin health, a cold low-level laser is more effective for healing beneath the skin.

Book an Appointment

Whether you’re suffering from muscle or joint pain or have inflammation or arthritis, consider cold laser therapy. It’s a perfect partner to traditional chiropractic care and can help you feel and move your best.

Contact Morris Chiropractic Clinic today to schedule an appointment!


Cold Laser Therapy Morris, Hancock, Herman, Chokio MN | (320) 589-1541