For the first time in history, the highly esteemed medical journal, The Lancet, has published an article about biostimulating laser therapy.
The Lancet is regarded as the most credible medical journal in the world. They have very high standards regarding the validity in the articles they choose to publish. We are excited to share this with you since we are dedicated to promoting the many natural, safe and effective benefits of laser therapy.
The Lancet article outlines:
Laser can replace the use of pharmaceuticals when treating neck pain, and do so with virtually zero side effects. For the first time in history, the effect of laser therapy has been documented in the prestigious Lancet medical journal. One of the authors to the article, Professor Jan Magnus Bjordal, University of Bergen says to The Lancet:
Research shows that laser can be used as an alternative to medical treatment. The use of laser has often met resistance in professional medical circles due to the lack of pier reviewed documentation on the results from the treatment in the past.
That is no longer the case. Thousands of clinical studies have been taking place around the world over the last couple of years, revealing the efficacy of laser therapy, and its use in clinical settings is expanding rapidly. Bjordals research is rewriting medical history, since some medical literature claims that laser isn't effective when treating neck pain. We know that it is very effective for treating neck pain and are happy to finally see a credible source to back up this knowledge.
"We show that LLLT reduces pain immediately after treatment in acute neck pain and up to 22 weeks after completion of treatment in patients with chronic neck pain."