An increasingly common modality is Laser Therapy is for treating tennis elbow. Laser therapy uses a medical grade laser with specific wavelengths of light to interact with injured or damaged tissues under the skin without heating or harming the skin or surrounding tissues.
A systematic review with procedural assessments and meta-analysis of low level laser therapy in lateral elbow tendinopathy (tennis elbow). Bjordal JM, Lopes-Martins RA, Joensen J, Couppe C, Ljunggren AE, Stergioulas A, Johnson MI.
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So that condition, when it’s inflamed around that elbow, we really like to start with a laser treatment. So laser’s going to help again in those specific ways of reducing inflammation, speeding the healing around those cells, and reducing pain. So we want to get people back on the tennis court because it’s important that we are active and healthy and get our joints and body moving.
The Class IV Therapy Laser of Dimed Laser Technology is an outstanding laser for sports injuries which has already been successfully used in many countries such as America, Canada, China, Mexico and etc. for sports injuries and tennis elbow therapy treatment. The high power Class IV therapy laser can also be used for treating arthtitis, bone ...
Class IV Laser Therapy for the treatment of Sports Injuries – Analise is a competitive gymnast who trains up to 6 hrs a day. She has been treated by Dr. Michael Snyder for a sprained ankle, torn hamstring, sprained elbow and gets chiropractic adjustments as needed.
One of the methods we use to treat tennis elbow at our clinic is low-level laser therapy. This is also called cold laser therapy as the low light levels do not heat the tissue. How Does the Therapy Work? During the treatment procedure, we use a 635 nm wavelength of the low-level laser light at varying frequencies which your body tissue absorbs.