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Cold Laser therapy
« on: October 09, 2020, 07:35:45 AM »

Another member on this board mentioned he used cold laser therapy to help his peyronie's and he got help from it (you can search for his posts) does anyone have any more information on this treatment method? It sounds like it can be used to break up scar tissue and improve blood flow.  i am thinking of giving it a try but want to know anyone's thoughts.  It says things like <Link removed, contact poster for info> "When there is injury, trauma, or pain to the body, there is also damage on a deep cellular level. Cells begin to die, and scar tissue begins to form. Through advanced cold laser therapy, we can work to penetrate and stimulate the damaged cells, break down scar tissue, accelerate the healing process, and get you back to an active and healthy life.

As with plants that use sunlight to stimulate growth, the wavelengths of cold laser therapy stimulate cellular healing and growth. As cells are repaired, swelling and inflammation are reduced and the body is able to decrease the sensation of pain.

With cold laser therapy, we can penetrate deep into tissues and joints, while also treating painful conditions much closer to the surface. For patients, the treatment is easy and virtually painless."
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Re: Cold Laser therapy
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2020, 05:41:39 AM »

Interesting. Keep us updated!
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Re: Cold Laser therapy
« Reply #2 on: October 17, 2020, 10:04:51 PM »

try an EMR-tek light - relatively cheap, good quality, low flicker.  Let us know how it goes

will take 6-12 months before you notice anything i think
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Re: Cold Laser therapy
« Reply #3 on: November 24, 2020, 12:23:04 AM »

try an EMR-tek light - relatively cheap, good quality, low flicker.  Let us know how it goes

will take 6-12 months before you notice anything i think

Have you tried this or heard any stories about it?
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Re: Cold Laser therapy
« Reply #4 on: December 07, 2020, 05:57:57 PM »

I am probably going to give LLLT a try. Ordered a device, i think it uses lasers in the 800 to 900nm range. Will post if it helped at all.

Also, there seems to be to be at least on study that studied LLLT on peyronies. No crazy results though if I remember correctly. At least long term.
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Re: Cold Laser therapy
« Reply #5 on: December 07, 2020, 05:58:52 PM »

Another member on this board mentioned he used cold laser therapy to help his peyronie's and he got help from it (you can search for his posts) does anyone have any more information on this treatment method? It sounds like it can be used to break up scar tissue and improve blood flow.  i am thinking of giving it a try but want to know anyone's thoughts.  It says things like <Link removed, contact poster for info> "When there is injury, trauma, or pain to the body, there is also damage on a deep cellular level. Cells begin to die, and scar tissue begins to form. Through advanced cold laser therapy, we can work to penetrate and stimulate the damaged cells, break down scar tissue, accelerate the healing process, and get you back to an active and healthy life.

As with plants that use sunlight to stimulate growth, the wavelengths of cold laser therapy stimulate cellular healing and growth. As cells are repaired, swelling and inflammation are reduced and the body is able to decrease the sensation of pain.

With cold laser therapy, we can penetrate deep into tissues and joints, while also treating painful conditions much closer to the surface. For patients, the treatment is easy and virtually painless."

Did you end up trying it?
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- acute phase? Some pain, not much, but bend to the left 30 to 40 degrees and left side starting to shrink
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Re: Cold Laser therapy
« Reply #6 on: December 08, 2020, 09:51:06 PM »

no takers? nobody tried this?
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