Ask Us How Cold Laser Therapy Can Help You
Mankind has used light to treat diseases and various aliments for thousands of years now, so introducing our new cold laser therapy laser may not be new to some of you. Advanced Foot and Ankle Care has now acquired the Dynatronics cold laser to better our patients’ foot health in treating a variety of aliments including: ulcers (even those caused by diabetes), burns, skin flaps and grafts, broken bones, cartilage, tendon and ligament repair, arthritic pain due to osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, ankle sprains and plantar fasciitis.
The Dynatronics cold laser uses three types of light therapy: red, blue and infrared.
Red light helps promote the healing of skin wounds at low energy densities. Red light therapy is also one of the oldest forms of treatment ever conceived or used by humans.
Blue light helps kill bacteria and a number of skin infections including: MRSA and staph. Blue light therapy is rapidly gaining popularity because unlike UV, it does not have high propensity to damage normal tissue.
Infrared light is best for deep tissue injuries, pain relief, and resolution of inflammation and reduction of edema. Infrared light therapy is commonly used with red light at the same time.
At this time, cold laser therapy is considered cosmetic, therefore not covered by your insurance company. Advanced Foot and Ankle Care offers cold light therapy for $25 per treatment. Our patients are not required to see the doctor every session, therefore do not have to pay a co-pay at those sessions that they do not see the doctor. Typical treatments require 2-3 session per week until the area is healed.
Call our office and speak to one of our Patient Care Coordinators for more information or to schedule a consultation appointment with one of our four physicians at any one of our four locations: Troy OH, Piqua OH, Sidney OH, Huber Heights OH.