Low level laser therapy (LLLT) involves the transmission of coherent red and nearinfrared light energy at wavelengths able to pass into and through the body at depths of up to 40 mm.
It is referred to as ‘low level’ because the energy or power density is low compared toother forms of laser therapy used for ablation, cutting and thermally coagulating tissue. LLLT is also known as ‘soft’ or ‘cold’ therapy because the density does not produce heat.
Soft laser treatment biostimulates the body’s natural healing mechanism on a cellular and systemic level. As a result, cells receive the energy required for activating and enabling optimal functioning in the body, thus allowing them to self-heal and overcome specific problems naturally.