Laser Therapy at Completely Aligned

Experience the beneficial effects of laser therapy, a scientifically backed treatment method using specific light wavelengths to stimulate your body’s natural healing processes.

Light from the laser penetrates deep into your tissues, accelerating healing and reducing pain effectively and safely.

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advanced Pain Relief for a variety of conditions in Camden

Our Class IV Laser delivers red and near-infrared wavelengths of laser light in order to induce the following therapeutic effects: 

Increased circulation

Decreased inflammation

Reduced pain

Enhanced tissue healing

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Laser for Pain Relief

At Completely Aligned we bring the benefits of therapeutic laser (also known as photobiomodulation) to patients seeking natural and non-invasive solutions to their health concerns. Our expert practitioners utilise cutting-edge Laser technology to provide personalised treatments catered to your specific needs.

Whether you are suffering from an acute injury, a chronic condition, or long-term discomfort, our laser therapy treatments can offer significant relief and promote your overall well-being.

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Common conditions that Therapeutic Laser is used for:

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Accelerated Tissue Healing

Our laser therapy treatments go beyond pain relief and actively promote tissue healing. With the energy generated by light therapy, we are able to stimulate the transfer of nutrients at a cellular level and boost ATP production, accelerating the body’s natural healing abilities.

So you can experience faster recovery from injuries, surgeries, or chronic conditions and get back to your daily activities sooner.

Suitable for all ages and life stages. 

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Non-Invasive Pain Relief

Our laser therapy treatments provide a non-invasive solution for a range of conditions. Without the need for drugs, injections, or surgery, you can experience effective pain reduction, reduced inflammation, and improved overall well-being.

Say goodbye to invasive procedures and explore the benefits of laser therapy for a non-surgical and drug-free option.

For more info be sure to check out our latest blog on Laser and Photobiomodulation. 



Most frequent questions and answers

Laser therapy is typically pain-free and well-tolerated. Occasionally, you may feel a mild warmth or temporary sensitivity in the treated area.

The number of treatments depends on the nature of your condition. Acute conditions may require 4-6 treatments, chronic problems may need 6-12 or more, while long-term conditions may benefit from periodic care.

 Absolutely! Laser therapy is often applied in conjunction with chiropractic care, massage therapy, physiotherapy, and electro-therapy. It can also complement post-surgery treatment.

After decades of use, very few side effects have been reported. In rare cases, old injuries may feel aggravated for a few days as the healing process becomes more active following treatment.

 Improvement, such as pain reduction, is often felt after the first treatment. For chronic conditions, multiple treatments may be necessary, with results typically noticeable after 3 to 4 sessions.

Yes, there have been thousands of studies published on laser therapy, including rigorously controlled scientific studies. The effectiveness of laser therapy has been well-demonstrated.

The frequency of treatments depends on your condition. For acute conditions, daily treatments may be recommended, while chronic or long-term conditions may require 2-3 times a week or 1-2 times a month, respectively.

Yes, laser therapy has shown to be effective in reducing pain and inflammation associated with arthritis. It can provide relief and improve mobility for individuals with arthritic conditions.

Laser therapy is commonly used for sports injuries. It aids in pain reduction, accelerates healing, and helps athletes recover faster, allowing them to get back to their performance levels.

 Yes, laser therapy can be beneficial for TMJ dysfunction and craniofacial pain. It helps alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and promote healing in the affected areas.