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Laser Therapy

Commonly referred to as Laser Therapy or Cold Laser is the application of light over injuries to treat foot pain and various conditions. Laser therapy works by stimulating the affected area on a cellular level to increase tissue repair, decrease inflammation and reduce pain and overall discomfort.

Conditions Laser Therapy Can Treat

Lunula Laser: For Healthy, Clear Nails

As well as Laser Therapy for foot fungus, My Podiatry offers Lunula Laser for treating fungal infections of the fingernails or toenails (onychomycosis). Lunula Laser is an easy, non-invasive treatment that helps transform your discoloured and disfigured nails into clearer, healthier-looking nails.

Laser Light: For Aches & Pains

If you suffer from aches and pains in your feet, My Podiatry offers laser light, which is proven to offer a safe, non-invasive and painless solution to both acute injuries and chronic pain. When applied to an injured sight, laser light therapy has been shown to stimulate healing and reduce pain.

Laser Therapy: What To Expect

Laser therapy for foot pain is a non-invasive and painless treatment that doesn’t require any preparation or medication. So all you need to do before your treatment is consult with your podiatrist to determine if it’s right for you and book Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) at a time. During treatment, your podiatrist will apply the laser over the affected area. You should not feel any pain or discomfort during your treatment and should only last minutes at a time. The level of light used in Laser Therapy is very low and will not heat your body’s tissues like other forms of laser therapy, this is why it is referred to as Cold Laser and used for treating minor injuries and conditions only.

To achieve results, this therapy requires ongoing sessions with patients usually feeling relief over time.


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    FAQs

    Yes, many studies have found laser therapy to be effective in treating chronic ankle and foot pain. As well as being used to treat pain, laser treatment for foot neuropathy is also common and effective

    If you are experiencing persistent foot or ankle pain or have any concerns, book a consultation at one of our My Podiatrist clinics today to evaluate whether this treatment is suitable for your situation.


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