Class IV Laser Therapy
Dr. Haggard is happy to offer Class IV High Dosage Laser therapy in his Phoenix and Peoria office. Laser therapy is a non-invasive method of treatment that tends to injuries of the musculoskeletal system. This is the same type of therapy that professional athletes use to treat pain that is associated with numerous conditions, including:
- ACL Tears
- MCL Tears
- Shoulder Pain
- Neck Pain
- Back Pain
- Ankle Pain
- Knee Injuries
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Many Other Conditions
At Haggard Chiropractic in Phoenix and Peoria, the Diowave Class IV High Dose Laser works exceptionally well with several conditions that we treat. It is safe, non-invasive, and can help provide relief from pain and discomfort with just one treatment.
How Class IV Laser Therapy Works
The Class IV High Dose Laser offers a level of therapy that may not be available by other methods of treatment. The Class IV High Dose Laser works on the cellular level to accelerate healing by reaching into the body’s tissues to reduce inflammation and increase endorphins to help repair damaged cells. By tending to the body on a cellular level, the Class IV High Dose Laser pushes the body to repair itself faster than normal to help patients who are suffering from chronic conditions find immediate pain relief.
The Class IV High Dose Laser does not mask the pain like pain medication. Instead, it enhances cell function to improve the healing process and allow the body to heal naturally. Keep in mind that this type of laser therapy is not thermal treatment. Rather, it is therapy that simulates the photochemical reactions on the cellular level, and it is safe to use over metallic implants or on patients who suffer from circulation conditions.
People who find the maximum benefit from Class IV High Dose Laser therapy have suffered from chronic or acute back pain, neck pain, hand pain, elbow pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, muscle pain, and plantar fasciitis.
If you have any questions about laser therapy and the conditions it can treat, feel free to contact us at (623) 299-2717.