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Winston Salem, NC 27103 US

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Our Winston-Salem Chiropractor Offers Pain-Relieving K-Laser Therapy

The K-Laser is a dual-wavelength, deeply penetrating laser beam that encourages healing of injured tissues and reduces pain by delivering therapeutic doses of safe, modulating frequencies. Clinically referred to as photobiomodulation, K-Laser therapy involves the use of near-infrared/red light wavelengths to stimulate your body's natural ability to heal a variety of musculoskeletal and systemic inflammation disorders. K-laser therapy provided by your chiropractor in Winston-Salem can decrease soreness and swelling and improve circulation around injured areas to expedite healing times. With K-Laser at Stoetzel Chiropractic Clinic, we can help you get back to performing daily activities without the pain and stiffness of a joint or muscle disorder.

How Does K-Laser Work to Treat a Personal Injury or Medical Condition?

K-Laser therapy is so effective because it penetrates deep into tissues to improve metabolic activity at the cellular level and stimulate the production of ATP, a substance essential to cellular health. Each time your chiropractor directs the K-Laser beam on painful areas of your body, the energy beam rapidly creates a healthier environment optimal for healing inflammatory conditions. K-Laser therapy also restores range of motion so you experience freer movements and less pain during physical activity.


What Conditions Does K-Laser Therapy Treat?

In addition to promoting recovery from a personal injury or sports-related musculoskeletal injuries, K-Laser is highly effective for treating symptoms of:

  • Bursitis
  • Sciatica
  • Headaches/migraines
  • TMJ
  • Repetitive stress injuries
  • Arthritis/Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Diabetic Neuropathy
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Plantar fasciitis

If you are interested in K-Laser therapy but don't see your health issue listed, call our Winston-Salem chiropractor today to find out if K-Laser may be right for you.


K-Laser Therapy and Side Effects

A safe, painless and effective form of laser therapy for reducing pain and healing inflammatory conditions, K-Laser exerts a slight, warming effect on targeted areas that people report as feeling relaxing and soothing. K-Laser therapy does not cause any side effects except for this warming sensation and can be repeated as often as needed. Additionally, you can have K-Laser therapy performed on skin that is broken to help accelerate wound healing and reduce the risk of scar tissue formation.

Chiropractic medicine includes K-Laser therapy because it is a noninvasive, holistic method of addressing body pain and inflammation. K-Laser therapy has helped many of our patients achieve successful pain management and/or recovery from many different kinds of injuries, diseases, and disorders.


Contact Stoetzel Chiropractic Clinic in Winston-Salem for K-Laser Therapy

Schedule a consultation appointment with our Winston-Salem chiropractor today by calling Stoetzel Chiropractic Clinic at 336-773-1177. 

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