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Understanding Low Level Laser Therapy for Foot Pain

Written By Homer Family Chiropractor on January 29, 2018

Are you struggling with finding the right plantar fasciitis treatment option for your chronic foot pain? Low level laser therapy might be what your body needs to finally heal itself, and we are thrilled to offer this service right in our office at Homer Family Chiropractor. 

What is Low Level Laser Therapy?

Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is a medical procedure that uses lasers or LEDs to reduce pain and inflammation while healing tissue damage. This method has long been used for treating sports injuries, and it is an effective foot pain treatment, too. Most procedures take just 10 minutes, and they can provide relief within the first week or consistent appointments. 

How Can Low Level Laser Therapy Help with Plantar Fasciitis Treatment?

Nearly one million people in the United States are affected by plantar fasciitis, our chronic tissue inflammation along the bottom of your feet. The condition causes chronic foot pain and can cripple athletes in the middle of their season.  While traditional treatments are sufficient for the majority of cases, low level laser therapy provides a treatment strategy that seems to take care of the other cases. 

In most cases, low level laser therapy for foot pain takes about a month to complete. At each session, your chiropractor will gently move a laser over the sensitive places on your heel and arch. The entire process is pain-free, and you should start to notice improvements after the first treatment. 

Low Level Laser Therapy at Homer Chiropractic

We understand how much sore feet can affect the rest of your life, so we offer state of the art low level laser therapy in Homer, GA. As our patient, you will get the benefits of our “no wait policy” and a professional, comfortable atmosphere at a convenient location in Homer. 

Our staff is ready to talk with you about the advantages of low level laser therapy for foot pain, so give us a call today at (706) 677-1010 to talk through the details. We can’t wait to get you up and running again. 


Posted In: Chiropractic Foot Pain Treatment Laser Therapy