Cold-Laser Light Therapy
What is laser therapy?
Laser light therapy
is the skilled application of the latest in super pulsed laser technology for accelerated pain relief
and healing. Clinicians have relied on the many therapeutic benefits of laser energy for over 20 years. As a sports medicine and pain management expert, Dr. Nemirovsky integrates cold-laser light therapy into his physical rehabilitation modalities for optimal recovery results and advanced pain relief.
At Manhattan Sports Therapy, patient healing and pain relief
are improved with the Multi Radiance Medical laser’s unique benefits:
- Accelerated healing, pain relief, and recovery
- Deep soft tissue healing with up to 5” of penetration
- Reduces soft tissue inflammation and improves joint flexibility
- Non-invasive and drug-free
Multi Radiance cold-laser light therapy is FDA approved and highly effective in addressing acute and chronic pain from musculoskeletal problems such as:
Multi Radiance Technology™ is the first of its kind to deliver a full range of proven, therapeutic super pulsed lasers to create the optimal biological environment for microcirculation, increased cell metabolism, and anti-inflammation. What this means to Dr. Nemirovsky’s active patients is accelerated healing and pain relief
for an enhanced healthy state of functioning.
Dr. Nemirovsky expertly administers this targeted cold-laser light therapy with the highest degree of safety. No damaging heat is generated during treatment, so tissue is protected.
What the Athletes are Saying about Cold-Laser Light Therapy
Many active adults and competitive athletes rely on Dr. Nemirovsky’s expert integration of cold-laser light therapy with other hands-on treatments at Manhattan Sports Therapy. Those suffering from acute injury or overuse syndromes appreciate the enhanced therapy Dr. Nemirovsky’s cold-laser light delivers.
- Faster recovery from injury
- Prevention of chronic syndromes and re-injury
- Increased stamina and drug-free performance enhancement
- Optimized training regimens
- Co-treatment facilitates ongoing sports participation