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Deep Tissue Laser Therapy a Secret Weapon for Pain Relief and Faster Recovery

Written By Big Bend Chiropractic on June 10, 2021

sports injury treatmentAches and pains come hand in hand with playing sports. You know this. What you might not know is that most collegiate athletes take full advantage of the pain relief provided by the LightForce Therapy laser, so why not the rest of you in the Tallahassee area? 

Big Bend Chiropractic is the only office that uses a LightForce deep tissue therapy laser device and you don’t have to be a college athlete to make an appointment!

Get Elite Level Pain Relief for Your Sports Injuries

In school or out, if you suffer with tennis or golfer elbow, shoulder or knee pain, or any type of sports injury, then you can benefit from deep tissue laser therapy with the LightForce laser.

The FDA has cleared this technology for the relief of muscle and joint pain and stiffness, arthritis pain, and muscle spasms, along with the ability to increase in local blood circulation and muscle relaxation. Laser therapy is endorsed by the World Health Organization, the American Physical Therapy Association, and the International Association for the Study of Pain. 

There are thousands of studies on laser therapy. The laser is shown to reduce inflammation at the cellular level and increase range of motion. Many of our patients utilize Lightforce Therapy for muscle pain and post-activity recovery. We also treat patients for tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, shoulder and knee pain, TMJ, plantar fasciitis, low back pain, and sore muscles.

Treat Your Sports Injuries at Big Bend Chiropractic

Big Bend Chiropractic is equipped with a full complement of therapeutic modalities, including the latest Lightforce Laser Therapy device, to ensure patients have every available conservative means proven to promote healing. 

Have questions or are ready to schedule an appointment? Give us a call at (850) 668-4200. We look forward to serving you.

Posted In: Chiropractic Sports Massage Therapy Sports Injury