Fungal Nail Laser Treatment
Uses light to boost the body's natural healing ability...
Fungal Nail Laser Treatment London
Fungal Nail Laser Treatment uses powerful light technology on a wavelength which attacks fungal spores as well as reducing the spreading. This treatment has a more advance and also improved benefits compared to alternative treatment options. Our laser treatment for fungal nail is called Low Level Laser Therapy or LLLT. It has no systemic side effects.
Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), also known as Photobiomodulation Therapy, or Cold Laser Therapy, uses light to increase the body’s natural healing abilities in response to swelling, muscular spasm, pain and inflammation. It also increases oxygen levels for sick and injured cells.
Additionally, the skin absorbs LLLT when it is applied. The mitochondria, the powerhouse of our cells, reacts to the light to produce more energy. This stimulates the body’s immune system and then increases blood supply to damaged cells. It also reduces inflammation, pain, and also decreases swelling. The underlying cause or disease is targeted to promote healing. Hence, this makes the results more effective and lasts longer. Basically, LLLT is a method that helps to remove rust from our bodies. Sometimes the fungal infection becomes worse. So patients tend to choose this treatment instead for their nail fungus.
BENEFITS OF FUNGAL NAIL LASER TREATMENT
- speeds up wound healing
- pain relief
- reducing inflammation
- reducing swelling
- speeds up recovery time post injury/surgery
- improved neurological function
- boosts the immune system
- improved blood circulation
- increased joint flexibility
Thus, LLLT is a safe, natural, non-invasive, drug free pain relief treatment. The benefits of LLLT for clients with other sport issues also includes:
- improves endurance and also strength
- reduces the likelihood of injury
- speeds up recovery time post injury
- reduces muscle fatigue
- reduces the change of re-injury
At the Chelsea Clinic, we are proud to provide fungal laser treatment to alleviate, decrease and also remove a number of our client’s concerns. We can also offer other treatment options for your infected nails -dependant on what is best based for your own nail presentation. – South Kensington Podiatrist.
Check our blog about Fungal Nail Laser here https://www.thechelseaclinic.uk/laser-fungal-nail/
Read our blog about Fungal Nail Infection here https://www.thechelseaclinic.uk/fungal-nail-infections/
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