PROTOCOL FOR ADJUVANT LASER THERAPY
Laser Therapy stimulates stem cells
Laser therapy stimulates the proliferation of stem cells and accelerates healing of tissues
Prescribe a laser treatment to stimulate the proliferation of stem cells and stimulate tissue healing.
Symptomatic person who has had stem cell treatment.
PROTOCOL OF LASER THERAPY PROPOSED FOR THE TREATMENT OF STEM CELLS
Recent clinical studies clearly indicate the benefits of using laser therapy following stem cell therapy.
We therefore established that a protocol of two (2) laser treatments per week for a period of four (4) weeks would be required to sufficiently stimulate the proliferation of injected stem cells as well as the healing process.
INDICATION TO THE APPLICATION OF THE PROTOCOL
The indications of laser therapy are multiple but they include all musculoskeletal disorders or pathologies with priority treatment of pain, reduction of inflammation and stimulation of healing.
The laser will act by “bio-stimulation” and lead to cellular mechanisms that will allow different combined actions in the body to restore all functions, including an acceleration of healing of all tissues: analgesic effect , anti-inflammatory , neuromuscular (local vasodilation and muscle relaxation), anti-edema (stimulation of the vasomotility of the lymphatic vessels and increased blood flow) and defibrosing and healing effect (activation of fibroblast activities).
CONTRAINDICATIONS AND PRECAUTIONS FOR THE PROTOCOL
- Person under the age of 14 in the absence of a parent or legal guardian;
- The patient’s ability to follow instructions;
- Laser beams are divergent, but potentially dangerous if directed directly into the eyes at a distance of less than 1 meter;
- Do not use the laser on any known malignant lesions except: to relieve pain during the terminal phase of the disease, but only with the permission of the treating physician;
- Do not use the laser directly on the developing fetus: It can be used on the pregnant woman as long as the ray of the laser is not directed towards the baby;
- Do not apply the laser directly to the thyroid. However, laser treatments are relatively low intensity and much less likely to trigger adverse events when treating this area of the neck;
- Do not apply the laser directly to a tattoo, hair or very dark skin: it can cause pain because the color absorbs the energy of the laser and becomes hot. If the treatment becomes painful, lift the laser head approximately 15mm from the skin surface or sweep the area to be treated without stopping at a particular point.
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