Attention all Athletes, Cross-Fitters, Runners,and Competitive Sports men and women!
By Hilary Lex
Want to know about a little known secret to improving your performance and preventing injuries the natural way?
Are you frustrated by those niggling complaints that ultimately affect your ability to play or compete to the best of your ability? Do you ever have to deal with the disappointment of having to pull out of sport due to an injury, or are you tired of resorting to medication to deal with the pain?
Well let me share with you a simple, effective, non-invasive, method to improving performance, whilst at the same time reducing the risk of injury?
Welcome to Low Level Laser Therapy.
Low Level Laser Therapy (also known as Cold Laser) uses light to help boost the body’s natural healing ability. When applied to the skin, light is absorbed by the damaged cells, which triggers a reaction in the mitochondria (the powerhouse of our cells) to produce more energy, stimulating the body’s immune response, and increases blood supply to the damaged cells. The important thing is that not only does it treat the presenting symptoms, but it also treats the underlying cause, meaning the results are effective and long lasting!
Why Low Level Laser Therapy is something every athlete should know about.
- Improves endurance
- Reduces muscle fatigue
- Improves strength
- Reduces the likelihood of injury
- Speeds up recovery time post injury/surgery
- Reduces the chance of re-injury
Why is Low Level Laser Therapy so effective?
- Reduces pain
- Reduces inflammation
- Reduces swelling
- Improves blood circulation
- Reduces muscular spasms
- Speeds up wound healing
- Improves neurological functioning
- Enhances the body’s natural healing process
- Drug free therapy
To boost your sports performance and prevent injuries the natural way, call us today 02 9999 1680
*Photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT) improves performance and accelerates recovery of high-level Rugby players in field test: A randomized, crossover, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study. Pinto HD, Vanin AA, Miranda EF, Tomazoni SS, Johnson DS, Albuquerque-Pontes GM, Aleixo Junior IO, Grandinetti VD, Caselechi HL, de Carvalho PT, Leal-Junior EC