Potential Benefits For Quantum Wave Laser Treatment

By William Watson

Medicine is always seeking new ways to treat degenerative illnesses and chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia. While there are more studies to be done, it seems that quantum wave laser treatment is showing real promise as a means of treating a multitude of conditions. While some of the improvements seen may simply be the benefit one might receive from a day at the spa, there are some exciting potentials in the field of pain management.

The numbers of people who become addicted to pain medications is staggering, and the debate regarding medical marijuana wages on. However, using cold light therapy methods may be able to help anyone living with serious pain, without risking drug therapies which can be dangerous or addictive. Both homeopathic practitioners as well as traditional allopathic doctors are prescribing this form of treatment to their patients.

Healthcare professionals often regret setting people upon drug therapies that later results in the downward spiral of addiction. Many people who have never used street drugs of any kind have found themselves hooked on substances which put heroine to shame, and they have to seek therapy for their addiction. These days most people are told to use caution with doctors who seem too eager to prescribe medication.

Treatment with cold lasers is also non-invasive and painless, which is a great benefit to many patients. Anyone dealing with constant pain will find it depressing to face weekly injections, acupuncture, and physical therapy that can aggravate an already painful condition. By utilizing non-thermal light photons, they can target specific areas of the body.

Lasers which control the scattering of light allow the beams to pass much more deeply into problem tissues. They actually stimulate the cells into action, and the body is able to heal itself in a manner similar to what occurs during acupuncture. While this healing is taking place, the inflammation in the affected area is greatly reduced, and this results in a lessening of pain.

Burn centers are beginning to prescribe this treatment to patients badly scarred both on and off the battlefield. Combining the stimulation of low-level lasers along with the printing of skin cells on three dimensional printers has allowed many wounded soldiers the ability to return to their nearly normal selves. In time these treatments will be available to everyone.

One of the benefits of this form of non-invasive therapy is that it can shorten the healing time for any injury whether it be a Cesarean childbirth or a broken bone. With quicker healing time, fewer invasive procedures, and options outside of drug therapies available to the patient, the costs and risk associated with healing are reduced. This is great news to anyone who is hesitant to swallow a pill or go under the surgeon scalpel.

Plastic surgeons are also watching this technology with particular interest, as they have been utilizing self-healing techniques such as derm-abrasion for several decades now. Soon the whole idea of living with scars, cellulite, and wrinkles may be no more. The general direction that medicine appears to be taking involves methods which stimulate self healing.

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