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Low Level Laser Therapy

Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is the therapeutic application of laser light at low intensity. A healthy cell emits a coherent light, but a sick cell emits a chaotic light. An example of this is the missing light observed in malignant tumour cells. Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is effective, drug-free, non-invasive, pain-free and without unpleasant side-effects. In the clinic, we use it for the following applications:

Low Level Laser Therapy


Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is not to be confused with thermal or cutting lasers, but works by placing a photon (light) beam into injured tissue, promoting faster healing and recovery. It can also block pain signals, reducing the use and cost of painkillers for many conditions.

In the UK, a large volume of controlled research has been carried out in centres of excellence such as Guy’s Hospital Tissue Repair Unit, Oxford University, Ulster University, Cambridge Military Hospital and Northampton School of Podiatry. Used by the British Army, Navy and RAF, the British Olympic squads and several football teams, Low Level Laser (LLLT) has a wide range of applications.