laser therapy

What is Laser Therapy?

Laser Therapy is a safe, non-invasive and effective way to treat an extremely wide array of common injuries and conditions.  It is commonly used as an alternative to drugs or surgery and can be very effective depending on the condition being treated.

Meet Our Providers

Giuseppe Galifi

Registered Physiotherapist

Jason Bola


Priyanka Bangur


Laser Therapy Georgetown, ON

Laser therapy is used to relieve pain and brings fast recovery for many sports  related injuries and is also very effective for muscle tightness and chronic nerve related back pain.

Laser Therapy works by helping the body heal itself at a cellular level through light energy that triggers certain chemical reactions within cells of the body. These chemical reactions create healthy new cells which replace damaged ones and hence promotes the healing process. This laser energy increases blood flow and circulation, thus repairing tissues more effectively.

Laser therapy is precise so side-effects are limited and the areas surrounding the treatment are normally left unaffected.

Laser therapy has been used for decades to treat hundreds of different conditions ranging from sports injuries, acute and chronic pain to a wide variety of skin problems, blindness, cancers, and more.

Common injuries treated with laser therapy include neck injuries, shoulder strains, plantar fasciitis, menstrual cramps, knee problems such as patello femoral syndrome (runner’s knee) and osteoarthritis, sciatica or lower back pain, post operative rehabilitation after sports injuries or surgery.

You should not consider laser therapy: 

  • if you are allergic to laser or dye based medicines
  • if you have an infection in the area to be treated
  • if you are currently pregnant 
  • if laser treatment is contra-indicated for your condition

Laser therapy is a revolutionary treatment for so many ailments.  If you want to learn more about if laser therapy can help you, call us now and one of our staff will be more than happy to assist you.  You can also schedule an appointment online if you are ready for a visit.