posted by Apollo Lasers on Friday, October 9, 2015
For practitioners, one of the biggest benefits of low-level laser therapy is how easy it is to use. However, that being said, three items are critical: knowing the proper treatment site and the correct therapeutic laser dosage, while also treating contributing factors outside the pain site.
posted by Curtis Turchin, MA, DC on Friday, October 2, 2015
There's no question that low-level laser therapy can help boost your chiropractic practice by providing an added dimension that no other modality can do. And there's also no question that you can bill for laser therapy. Here's how to make it work for your practice.
posted by Apollo Lasers on Friday, September 25, 2015
In many cases, combination therapy has been found to provide better outcomes than a single therapy alone. Research has found that to be the case when it comes to certain chiropractic treatments when combined with low-level laser therapy.
posted by Apollo Lasers on Friday, September 18, 2015
How well do steroid shots work to reduce pain from radiculopathy or spinal stenosis? Not well, according to recent research.
posted by Apollo Lasers on Friday, September 11, 2015
Low-level laser therapy helps speed up the healing process in order to reduce pain. So it should be no surprise that the modality is also effective in wound healing.
posted by Apollo Lasers on Friday, September 4, 2015
Radiation dermatitis--also known as radiation burn--affects up to 95 percent of patients who undergo radiation therapy and can limit the radiation dose given. No clear, standard treatment currently exists, but low-level laser therapy may provide an option.