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Low Intensity Laser Therapy (LILT) for Moncton

If you want to see something amazing have a Laser treatment on a cold sore, we have a 90% success rate within 3 sessions.

One of the primary issues that needs to be addressed for people in pain is the inflammation and swelling.  If the inflammation and swelling is not reduced, some forms of therapy can be very painful and healing time could be prolonged.  Lasers are excellent for addressing the inflammation, swelling and edema of an injury.

Improving the circulation into the area of pain is very important.  Laser is very effective for improving the blood flow into the site of injury and assisting in draining the swelling away from the damaged tissue.  These are two major reasons why this office utilizes laser therapy.

Clinical Applications

The healing potential of laser extends to a wide range of medical conditions and provides a treatment alternative for patients who have not responded to other therapies. Some of the problems most effectively treated are listed below. In many instances, it is the treatment of choice:


  • Bladder incontinence, sensitive bladder
  • repetitive stress injury
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • epicondylitis – tennis elbow
  • fibromyalgia
  • reflex sympathetic dystrophy – chronic pain
  • rotator cuff tear
  • temporo-mandibularjoint dysfunction – jaw pain


  • ligament and tendon tears
  • fractures with associated soft tissue injuries
  • facet joint syndrome – neck and low back pain
  • contusions – bad bruises
  • bulging and herniated discs – leg pain(sciatica)  and arm pain(radiculitis)


  • tendonitis – tendon inflammation
  • myositis – muscle pain
  • synovitis – joint pain
  • bursitis – hip/shoulder pain
  • plantar fasciitis – foot pain
  • osteoarthritis – joint pain


  • osteoarthritis
  • chondromalaciapatella – knee pain
  • calcifications (e.g. bone spurs)
  • discogenic and vertebrogenic radiculopathy – leg and arm pain from the spine
  • spinal stenosis
Other Applications

  • Wound healing (acute & chronic)
  • Skin ulcers secondary to:
    • venous stasis – poor circulation
    • atherosclerosis – narrowing of the arteries
    • diabetic
    • traumatic – sport and motor vehicle injuries


  • thermal – before scarring occurs
  • chemical – before scarring occurs


  • herpes zoster (post-herpetic neuralgia)
  • eczemas
  • psoriasis
  • acne
  • herpes simplex (cold sores)

Neuropathies (diabetic, neurgenic)

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