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Anyone try these therapies and what was the outcome?
for ligament damage
This post was edited by Green Note 17 months ago
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I must be crazy to be in a loony bin like this.
I have heard of Shockwave before but not laser therapy...was he a Decepticon or an Autobot?
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I use "RapidRelease" technology with my customers/patients and have had incredible results.
I use a class IV laser on both my dogs after ACL repair (4 of them) and they they seem very effective providing pain relief and generally speed up recovery. The vets that provide the service all claim to use them on their own injuries (back pain, tennis elbow, rotator cuff repair) and they swear by them. They also claim the class IV lasers are much better than the earlier versions
Good feedback. Thank you.
Do these approaches actually leave the ligaments normal?
What can go wrong?
I think the theory, which seems to have growing support, is to accelerate all the normal processes of healing and blood flow, and decrease inflammation. I have not heard of any bad outcomes, or even potential for injury.
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