Category: Sports Injuries

Effect of MLS® Laser Therapy for the treatment of experimentally induced acute tendinopathy in sheep – a preliminary study.

Overuse tendinitis and other tendon injuries are common among athletes and represent a frequent cause of lameness in sport horses. In the human medical field, Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) has been used to treat acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain and foster wound healing. However, few studies have evaluated its effectiveness in treating patients with acute tendonitis and other tendinopathies.

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Effects of MLS laser on myoblast cell line C2C12.

Lasers are widely used in biomedicine. Sports medicine, physiatrics, and rehabilitation are among the most important fields of application. Here the analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-oedema, and stimulating effects of laser therapy are used to favour tissue repair and function recovery.

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