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K-Laser Treatment FAQs

Do You Have More Questions About K-Laser?

Learn more about the K-Laser Treatment offered at City Centre Health Edmonton Chiropractic by reading our frequently asked questions below. And if you have more questions that are unanswered here, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us! Our friendly team is here to answer your questions.

How does it feel to receive laser therapy?

Our patients report feeling little or no sensation. Occasionally they’ll feel a mild, tingling, soothing warmth. The treatment area may be slightly sensitive after treatment.

Are there any risks or side effects?

Health care practitioners all over the world have used this technology for years with few reported side effects. There have been instances of old injuries or pain feeling slightly sensitive for a few days after treatment. Rather than being a cause for concern, these effects are due to your healing response being more active after treatment.

How long does each treatment take?

A quick, efficient session with the laser lasts between 3-9 minutes.

How many treatments will I need?

The number of visits required depends on the nature of your problem. Acute conditions may be treated on a daily basis, over 8-12 visits.

Chronic problems may be treated 2-3 times a week for about 10-15 treatments. Certain conditions may benefit from ongoing care to control your pain levels.

How long does it take to work?

Most patients feel an improvement after just one treatment, though it can take several visits to feel the effects. This waiting time doesn’t mean that your healing hasn’t progressed, however. Each treatment builds on the next, with results often felt after 3-4 visits.

Can I receive laser therapy along with another treatment?

Absolutely! You’ll see great results when laser therapy is combined with other treatments such as massage therapy, chiropractic care and soft tissue mobilization. It can even be used post-surgery.

We’d love to hear from you! Reach out to City Centre Health Edmonton Chiropractic to learn more.