How can a life filled with pain continue? Pain can affect a person’s life in many ways.Chronic pain can prevent you from doing strenuous physical exercise, which can affect your work and life. Even if you work in an office for a long time, you cannot sit or stand as comfortably as others because of the pain.
Patients who suffer from chronic pain can cope with it in a number of different ways. Pain-relieving medications can be purchased depending on the condition, and physical therapy is also an option that will slowly reduce pain over time.
However, there is another method that can be used in combination to better help relieve chronic pain. Well, it’s the Smart Handheld Laser Device PowerCure, which uses low-intensity laser therapy: a non-invasive, non-invasive way to relieve pain.
What is Low level Laser Therapy?
Low level Laser Therapy (LLLT) has many different names.
Treatment devices apply photobiomodulation, cold laser therapy, low level laser therapy, whatever the name, they all generally work in the same way. They use specific wavelengths of light to stimulate healing and reduce pain in various parts of the body.
Cold laser or low level laser therapy works due to photochemical processes.What is the treatment mechanism of PowerCure?
When a cell is stressed, damaged or injured, the cell’s mitochondria (which power the cell’s metabolic processes) start producing nitric oxide. This can have deleterious effects on cells. Increased nitric oxide reduces the oxygen levels of cells, which can lead to cell damage and inflammation.
When light from a low-level laser is taken up by these damaged cells, it starts a series of chemical reactions that break down nitric oxide into its other components, reducing inflammation and swelling by restoring the amount of oxygen in the cells to appropriate levels.
Smart Handheld Laser Device PowerCure, newly developed by LOTUXS, is a completely safe and non-invasive treatment option. If you want to know more, please contact us. You can consult a professional doctor to make a better treatment plan combined with your current treatment method.