Sarton Physical Therapy

Hope and healing for pelvic floor dysfunction

Class IV Warm Laser Therapy | Sarton Physical Therapy

Class IV Laser

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Sarton Physical Therapy is excited to have the Diolase 10 to help patients maximize their progress towards long term goals of decreased pain and increased function.

We are one of few clinics in Southern California able to offer this new, effective treatment.

Physiological benefits of laser therapy

Laser therapy excites kinetic energy in the cells by transmitting healing energy known as photons. Skin absorbs these photons via a photo-chemical effect (not a photo-thermal effect) thereby affecting the tissues without the risk of heat-damage to the tissues. Photons reaching the cells of the body promote a cascade of cellular reactions called “photobiomodulation”.

The following is a partial list of positive effects of photobiomdualation (laser therapy):

Increased leukocyte activity
Acceleration of tissue repair and decrease of pain
Increased neurovascularization
New vessel growth and increased oxygenation
Increased fibroblast production
Speeds tissue repair
Stabilization of cellular membrane of damaged cells
Prevents further damage of cells in the body
Increased tensile strength
Helps to prevent re-injury of the tissue
Enhancement of ATP production and synthesis
Gives cells more energy to do their specific tasks in the body
Decreased C-Reactive protein Neopterin and acceleration of leukocytic activity
Decreased inflammation and stimulates body’s innate immune system response to promote healing
Enhanced lymphocyte response with reduction of Interleukin 1 (IL-1)
Decreased inflammation
Enhanced superoxide dismutase (SOD) levels
Increases antioxidative mechanisms in the cell
Stimulation of vasodilation with increased angiogenesis
Stimulates new blood vessels for improved blood flow to tissues

Sarton Physical Therapy may use laser therapy in conjunction with skilled manual physical therapy to optimize clinical results in the treatment of various chronic pelvic pain diagnoses and pelvic floor dysfunctions.

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