An evaluation of laser photobiostimulation as a factor supporting rehabilitation in spinal pain syndromes Mirosław Janiszewski, Anna Furmańska-Rozlau Ortop Traumatol Rehabil 2000; 2(2):69-71 ICID: 500738
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Spinal pain can afflict both the sick and the healthy, even those with an anatomically correct spine. Such complaints force many people to change profession or even go on disability pension. Both the social and professional aspects are very important, then, in the rehabilitation of these people, since spinal pain syndromes impair the patient’s locomotor capacity and his/her ability to work for a living. In view of this, medical rehabilitation takes on particular important, and especially the laser photobiostimulation technique in use for several years now.
Biostimulating lasers have analgesis, anti-inflammatory, and antiallergenic effects, and relieve muscle cramps; they also improve metabolism and regenerate cells and tissue. Laser photobiostimulation is an effective, quick, aseptic therapy, with no age limitations or side effects.
ICID 500738 PMID 18034124 - click here to show this article in PubMed