Does Low Level Light Therapy Help With Neuropathy? – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
More than a year ago, both men said they were at wit’s end with neuropathy — nerve damage causing numbness and persistent pain, along with burning, pins-and-needles and itching sensations in the feet, lower legs, hands and arms...
Recently, though, both have stepped forward to proclaim benefits they’ve experienced from “low level light therapy” or LLLT, which treats large areas of skin. It’s often confused or compared with low level “laser” therapy, which more narrowly targets areas of injury.
“My feet feel 95 percent better, and the only reason they aren’t 100 percent is because incoming weather fronts cause some discomfort,” Mr. Wilshire said in a recent interview.”
Light therapy, typically performed with LEDs has many of the same qualities of laser therapy. They have the same or similar wavelengths of light as laser therapies; however, in our practice we prefer the high powered #lasers over LEDs. We find that the majority of patients have outstanding relief of neuropathy with laser therapy. Please click here for the rest of the story:
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