Laser Therapy

Laser therapy is a non-invasive treatment for alleviating symptoms of chronic pain.

Let Supro Direct doctors treat your chronic pain with cool laser therapy. This cutting-edge technology is ideal for knee pain, as well as muscle, nerve, and joint pain. Learn more about laser therapy in Indianapolis, IN and whether it’s right for you below.

Who Should Consider Laser Therapy in Indianapolis, IN?

If you’re looking for an alternative, non-pharmaceutical way to treat your chronic pain OR your wounds, consider low-level laser therapy (LLLT). By using industry-leading laser technology, such as Theralase® TLC 2000 equipment, Supro Direct doctors are able to target your affected areas and trigger biochemical changes in the tissue. These changes are shown to relieve chronic pain symptoms, reduce inflammation, and enhance cell function.

In fact, in recent studies available via the U.S. National Library of Medicine, LLLT has proven to significantly improve pain on the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) for patients experiencing chronic elbow, wrist, and finger pain. Additional studies show that laser therapy is especially effective for neuropathic pain and neurologic defects.

Patients should consider laser therapy for chronic pain treatment in Indianapolis if they are suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, neck pain, joint disorders, osteoarthritis, or another chronic pain syndrome. In addition to treating chronic pain, low-level laser therapy has also proven to be an effective treatment for patients with chronic wounds, surgical wounds, and diabetic ulcers. To schedule a consultation or learn more about laser therapy for chronic pain or wound care, contact Supro Direct today!

How Cool Laser Therapy Works to Treat Chronic Pain

Through cool laser therapy, our doctors are able to create customized laser treatments that adjust to your physical characteristics and biotmetrics. By using superposed laser equipment, Supro Direct doctors are able to penetrate tissues up to five inches deep– minimizing patients’ pain and inflammation. Learn more about how cool laser therapy works in the video below.