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It’s not science fiction—it’s an effective new healing therapy.

We’re constantly on the lookout for the latest non-invasive techniques to help you find relief from aches and pains. One safe and effective new service offered by SuMejorVida Chiropractic is cold laser therapy.

Cold laser therapy, or low-level laser therapy (LLLT), may sound like something from a science fiction movie. But it’s been used successfully to treat acute and chronic conditions for many years now.

Here’s how it works. Cold lasers are handheld wands, the size of a flashlight, that use specific wavelengths of light to accelerate cell regeneration. Your chiropractor places the laser directly over the injured area of your body for a few minutes. As the light energy reaches the target area, it can help eliminate pain, and reduce swelling and spasms. You’ll find that after a cold laser therapy session, you’ll have increased functionality. And the treatment is completely safe.

Visit SuMejorVida Chiropractic to learn how cold laser therapy can help you get relief from chronic pain.

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