During laser therapy, National Foot & Ankle Center uses a highly concentrated beam of light to heal wounds or inflamed tissues, nerves, and joints. These non-invasive treatments are quick and often provide pain relief within minutes. Best of all, the sessions don’t hurt. Most patients experience little more than a warming sensation in the area being treated.
Our office uses laser therapy to treat a wide variety of foot and ankle conditions, including:
Energy from the NEXUS 10 laser stimulates a rapid healing response by increasing oxygen and nutrient-rich blood flow to the afflicted area and promoting drainage in the lymph glands. In this way, wounds begin healing, damaged nerves regain sensation, and swelling decreases in your tissues and joints.
Laser treatments are fast, efficient, and entirely pain-free. While you recline in a comfortable chair, our podiatrists focus the hand-held laser on the treatment area. The laser usually feels warm, like a ray of sunlight on your skin. This sensation tells you the tool is doing its work, sending healing energy where it is needed most.
Laser treatments are one of the safest and most effective therapies available. Physicians around the world have successfully used the technology for over 20 years to treat a wide range of medical conditions without side effects. Laser treatments do not burn, cause abrasions, or produce any pain.
Most patients experience significant reductions in pain, swelling, and inflammation after only one to three treatments. However, depending on your injury or condition, you could require seven to 10 laser therapy sessions in order to fully regain mobility in injured muscles and joints.
Even after your course of therapy is complete, the healing response continues. Over time, you should continue to improve and gain function in treated areas.
Don’t let a wound, injury, or chronic podiatric condition take you out of life’s game. Using laser therapy, our podiatrists can restore your ankles and feet to full function and health. Call or schedule an appointment online today.