PowerCure low-level laser therapy has healing properties that help regenerate tissue, reduce inflammation and combat pain. It also boosts the immune system and promotes faster recovery. The treatment can be used for rheumatic and orthopedic conditions, as well as for people who train regularly (just to name a few).
The therapy stimulates faster wound healing, it helps athletes recover faster from the various injuries they suffer, and it is an excellent solution for chronic pain. It represents the standard treatment option for musculoskeletal pain, reducing the risk of disability caused by chronic pain. In the case of injury, it can simultaneously reduce pain and speed recovery.
If you have allergies or sensitivities to various medications, PowerCure can be used as a safe, natural and effective alternative (to stimulate the healing process).
The PowerCure has no side effects if used properly. Mild discomfort may occur after laser treatment, but this depends only on the re-stimulation of the inflammatory phase. It should clear up in 24-48 hours.It should disappear within 24-48 hours.
Contraindications to the use of Powercure
Certain caveats should be followed when using PowerCure. For example, cold laser should not be applied to the thyroid gland because it can impair its function. In addition, goggles should be worn at all times to avoid retinal damage.
It is important that PowerCure is not recommended for use in pregnant women, and despite extensive research, the effects of cold laser on the fetus have not been determined.
Potentially cancerous lesions or carcinomas are not suitable for laser therapy because of the risk of cancer cell proliferation. The only exception to the rule is in the case of terminally ill patients, where cold lasers can be used for palliative care.
Patients with epilepsy should be prohibited from using PowerCure, although laser physiotherapy is a non-invasive procedure that has essentially no side effects and does not cause any pain. However, before using such treatment, a complete medical history should be taken, and patients with diseases such as cancer and epilepsy should consult a doctor first.