BONITA SPRINGS Florida, July 6, 2018 /MedicalMasters.org/ — MedicalMasters.org has announced the immediate introduction of THOR® Laser Therapy into advanced cellular treatment plans, including Stem Cell Injections, to accelerate tissue repair, reduce inflammation and relieve pain in musculoskeletal disorders, including but not limited to, partial tears in knees and shoulder joints.
Clinical evidence published in a number of peer reviewed journals strongly supports an accelerated timeline for reducing pain and inflammation for soft tissue injuries in shoulders and knees, several joint conditions including wrist, hips and ankles, as well as the lower back and neck.
The basic concept behind Thor Lasers involves the highly specialized use of light. Light can stimulate or inhibit cellular function according to both the intensity and the time it is applied by Osteopathic Doctors.
“Patients are responding extremely well to this affordable cellular treatment add on which is applied to the joint areas in the weeks following stem cell procedures, prolotherapy and PRP,” said Dr. Steve Coleman, Medical Director at MedicalMasters.org.
Laser Therapy has been shown to help reduce musculoskeletal pain and inflammation while also helping increase the range of motion for patients who have suffered debilitating injuries such as partial rotator cuff tears in shoulders or partial meniscus tears in knees, two common reasons for patients visiting MedicalMasters.org.
“Our clinic uses the Lasers and LED’s to produce intense beams of light at specific wavelengths. When the right wavelength at the right intensity is used at the correct anatomical location for the right amount of time you can stimulate repair, resolve inflammation and reduce pain.”
Some technical innovations in this process are showing wonderful applications in the cellular therapy field, including its primary mechanism, the effect of light on cytochrome c oxidase. This unbinds nitric oxide and releases ATP leading to improved overall cellular function in patients.
The Thor Lasers help reduce anti-inflammatory effects including PGE2, TNF Alpha and IL-6 in the synovia surrounding damaged tendons. Meanwhile, for analgesia high intensity lasers over nerve supply can inhibit fast axonal flow.
It is also showing great results for older patients suffering from Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD).