Low level (cold) lasers have been used internationally over the last 18 years for the treatment of a wide range of medical conditions including…
- soft tissue injuries,
- cervical neck pain,
- repetitive stress injuries,
- tendinitis, hamstring injuries,
- arthritis, plantar fasciitis,
- lateral epicondylitis
- and wound healing.
Over 300 clinical studies, 2000 published articles and a number of texts speak to the validity and efficacy of laser therapy. However, it was not until 2002, after the FDA approved lasers for the treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and related health problems, that they became readily available in the United States.
Now, both professional and collegiate trainers as well as world class professional athletes and team physicians from across the country are adopting 830laser into their treatment regimens.