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LLLT and anti inflammatories

Can LLLT and anti inflammatories be used in conjunction with each other or is it counter productive given the mechanisms of them both.

Donna Griffiths

2 weeks ago

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Domer Laser ( https://healthcaremarts.com ) said:

LLLT and anti-inflammations can use together, as LLLT is no side effect, painless, it has the good results for anti-inflammation, but not all Low level laser therapy work, 650nm, 808nm , 980nm Laser is best for anti-inflammation and relieve the pain.

You can use LLLT only, no need anti-inflammations also, for the acute pain, inflammation, wound for home use, this Handheld Laser is the best choice https://healthcaremarts.com/products/low-level-laser-therapy-device-hand-held

But, if you want treat the chronic pain, for clinic use, you can use this Class 3B 1000mW Laser machine https://healthcaremarts.com/products/cold-laser-device-pain-relief

Much better price, and supply the professional Laser therapy protocols to help you get the better results.

1373607821671
1373607821671

LLLT and anti-inflammations can use together, as LLLT is no side effect, painless, it has the good results for anti-inflammation, but not all Low level laser therapy work, 650nm, 808nm , 980nm Laser is best for anti-inflammation and relieve the pain.

You can use LLLT only, no need anti-inflammations also, for the acute pain, inflammation, wound for home use, this Handheld Laser is the best choice https://healthcaremarts.com/products/low-level-laser-therapy-device-hand-held

But, if you want treat the chronic pain, for clinic use, you can use this Class 3B 1000mW Laser machine https://healthcaremarts.com/products/cold-laser-device-pain-relief

Much better price, and supply the professional Laser therapy protocols to help you get the better results.

Prof Tim Watson
Prof Tim Watson

Donna. I know that I have responded to your e mail, but for others who might be interested : There is no 'contraindication' to the combined use of Laser and anti inflammatories BUT given their potential to produce conflicting effects, it is likely that if the patient is on anti inflammatories, the effects of the laser therapy will be diminished. The same is almost certainly true for Ultrasound and other modalities. I am not aware of any research which specifically investigates this interaction. I did propose such a study some years back but (not surprisingly) the drug companies from whom I was seeking funding were not especially interested. Look forward to hearing views of others on the Forum. Tim

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