Laser therapy is a medical treatment that uses focused light to stimulate a process called photobiomodulation. Laser therapy covers almost the entire range of sports injuries and diseases:
Physiotherapy uses laser beams from the visible and infrared spectrum with high focus and monochrome, in the range of 600-950 nm. These are low-energy lasers (soft lasers), which act on the tissues by photochemical and photoelectric effect, the photothermal (heat) effect being minimal and this determines their harmlessness.
Laser therapy acts on the principle of stimulating cellular structures, strengthening:
Laser therapy changes the excitability of nerve endings, increases microcirculation, swelling and pathological products. Effects related to the stimulation of the mechanisms of immunoprotection and sensitization have also been proven.
Therapeutic effects are associated with anti-inflammatory, analgesic, regenerative, vasodilatory, immune-boosting and antimicrobial action.