Relieving and treating your pain is our first priority. We have a number of therapies and techniques available for this, including the use of cold laser therapy.
Cold laser therapy, or low-level laser therapy, is a non-invasive pain treatment that uses bands of light waves to stimulate the tissue that has been damaged and propel the healing process forward. It can reduce pain-causing spasms in the affected area in order to restore functionality.
The medical team at Esquire will carefully assess your painful condition and apply the cold laser treatment. Then over a series of visits, the therapy will be applied along with other modalities for the best result. For many of our injured clients, cold laser therapy reduces the swelling and alleviates the pain.
Car Accident Injury and Cold Laser Therapy
Car accident victims are all too aware of the amount of pain that a collision causes the entire body. We take every possible therapeutic step to find the source of your pain and treat it as quickly as possible.
Cold laser therapy has proven to be a great tool for relieving the back pain caused by a car accident. Your back can be seriously injured when you are in a car accident and back pain can seriously affect your overall wellness if left untreated. Cold laser therapy does this by easing the pain you are feeling now and aids in the healing process.
Work-Related Injury and Cold Laser Therapy
The repetitive injuries suffered by many Missouri and Illinois workers should be treated as quickly as possible for the best outcome. Dr. Droege has seen hundreds of these workers who are in need of relief from the intense pain.
Sports Injury and Cold Laser Therapy
Our facility has seen great results with cold laser therapy on a variety of painful sports injuries.
Tendonitis experience by tennis and baseball players, for example, is one such common injury that benefits from cold laser therapy. Not only do these athletes begin to regain mobility quickly, but the pain is also reduced allowing them to return to the playing field quickly.