Dr. Laska offering laser therapy, surgery alternative

When either chronic or acute conditions or post-surgical pain and inflammation become a constant issue in your life, it’s difficult too ignore. Because more pain can result from further surgery, LiteCure laser therapy has become a viable alternative to surgery.

Laser therapy accelerates the body’s natural healing process through photo-bio-modulation. Laser therapy provides tangible benefits to patients. The laser is used for spinal stenosis, herniated discs, acute sciatica, migraines, simple sprains and strains, plantar fascitis and many other conditions, according to D. Kate Laska, DC, of Laska Chiropractic in Mattydale.

“Laser therapy is especially good with scar tissue and post surgical issues dealing with the spine and extremities when they are spinal related,” Laska said. “I have been using cold lasers since 2006.”

The class IV laser has been in the office for close to two years. Chiropractic and the class IV cold laser are great companion therapies.

“Quite often people come in with shoulder area problems with attendant neck issues from long-term overuse or from long-term use of a computer,” Laska said. “Muscles in such cases respond to the class IV laser faster than any other modality.”

Because Laska has been practicing more than 30 years, she has witnessed the many benefits of both chiropractic and laser treatment through her patients’ healing and progress.

“I use advanced cranial pelvic technique with others, and use low force adjusting,” she said.

Among the benefits of laser treatment, Laska says the fact that it’s a form of non-pharmacological pain relief makes it a popular option for patients.

The treatments also are short, simple, comfortable and non-invasive.

LiteCure combines physics, laser science and engineering. It is a leading medical device manufacturing company bringing advanced laser technology and innovative solutions to the health care industry. LiteCure is the parent company of Companion Therapy and LiteCure Medical.

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