Cold laser therapy has been in existence for over 35 years. There are over 2,500 published papers and 120 randomized, controlled trials for cold laser therapy. Several of those studies pertain to the benefits of cold laser therapy for arthritis knee pain sufferers.
One study found a significant improvement in pain relief and quality of life in 70% of patients suffering with arthritis knee pain.1
Another study in the Journal of Laser Therapy reported 82% in significant removal of pain and recovery of joint mobility. They also concluded cold laser therapy to be a safe effective and noninvasive alternative to conventional surgical and medical modalities for patients with arthritis.2
Cold laser therapy along with proper rehabilitation of the knee are great combinations for patients seeking safe, painless, non-invasive solutions for treating arthritis knee pain.
If you are suffering from knee pain due to arthritis, bone on bone, bursitis, tendonitis, meniscus tears, post surgical knee pain or a combination of the above conditions then cold laser therapy may be able to help you. It is imperative that you find a doctor who is experienced in the field of cold laser therapy that specializes in knee pain.
Dr. Alexandra K. Schnee, B.S.,D.C.,-Your Cold Laser Professional in the Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas Area-“Helping People with Knee Pain in the Dallas and Fort Worth Area since 2001.”
To find out more about Dr. Alexandra Schnee, D.C or to order your free report entitled "Amazing Cold Laser Therapy for Knee Pain Sufferers." go to http://www.helpmykneepain.com
1.The Effect of Low Power Laser Therapy (Cold Laser) on Osteoarthritis of the KneeBasirnia A., Sadeghipoor G., Esmaeeli Djavid G. et al. Radiol Med (Torino).1998 April; 95 (4):303-9.
2.Infrared diode laser in low reactive-level laser therapy (cold laser) for knee osteoarthrosis.M.A. Trelles, J.Rigau, P. Sala, G. Calderhead, T. Ohshiro.Laser Therapy, (1991): 3(4): 149-153.