Victoria’s Cosmetic Medical Clinic has access to Low-Level Laser Therapy technology to manage and effectively relieve pain and tissue regeneration concerns. 

Our partner, the Pain Management Clinic, treats chronic pain, short-term pain, back & neck pain, sporting injuries, workplace injuries and tissue regeneration concerns, including wounds and burns. Many patients choose laser therapy as it is a surgery free and drug free alternative for relief of pain and inflammation.

What is Photobiomodulation?

Photobiomodulation, otherwise known as Low Level Laser Therapy, is a treatment which affects the healing process at a cellular level. It works by stimulating healing and new tissue regeneration, which reduces chronic inflammation by affecting compounds in the body related to pain and inflammation.

Photobiomodulation is proven to reduce pain in the short, medium and long term. Relief from pain can come just minutes after treatment, and in hours to days after treatment, cells responsible for pain and inflammation diminish.

The long term pain relief associated with photobiomodulation occurs within a week or two after treatments and can last for months or years as a result of the stimulation of natural tissue healing.

The power of phptobiomodulation to reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation has been proven in over 400 clinical trials, thousands of laboratory studies and published in many leading journals.

What is the process?

The use of photobiomodulation is growing in traditional medical practice, as a proven non-surgical and drug free alternative for reducing short-term and long-term pain.

Under the care of a doctor or qualified practitioner, photobiomodulation is considered to be very safe. It is is non-invasive and painless, so you can be treated with no downtime and no side effects.

One of the drawbacks may be time. While each session only takes a few minutes, it may take a series of treatments before you can gauge its effectiveness. While short and medium term pain relief is possible from one or two sessions, it may take several more to achieve long-term results.

More Information

For more information, please contact us, or visit the Pain Management Clinic website.