The Answers You Need to Settle Your Foot Care Questions
Sometimes it can be difficult to find the right answers to your questions. Other times it can be too embarrassing to even ask the right questions. That is why we take the initiative to answer common foot care queries without the need to be asked. Come get the answers you and your feet need.
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How quickly can laser therapy reduce my pain?
When considering laser therapy for pain, so much depends on the underlying condition that is causing your discomfort. Low level light therapy (LLLT) is a painless treatment that aims certain wavelengths of light at damaged tissue to help stimulate healing at the cellular level. It is particularly useful in helping to form new capillaries and reducing fluid buildup. This means less inflammation and swelling—two issues that often cause pain.
Each session may only take a few minutes, and some people feel a measure of relief after just one treatment. As a rule of thumb, you should begin to experience some measure of relief after three or four sessions.
Acute problems may respond better to daily treatment, while chronic conditions like arthritis pain may do better with a session every few days over a longer period. However, a condition like a painful foot ulcer may require many treatments before the slow-healing sore gets better and pain subsides.
Dr. Robert has been at the forefront of this revolutionary therapy in the Houston area for some years now, so call Parker Foot & Ankle at (281) 497-2850, or schedule online, and find the answer for your foot pain.