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Traitement au laser - Clinique podiatrique de Fontainebleau, Pied confort

Laser treatment.

A solution for musculoskeletal and dermatological problems

Laser treatment is commonly used in podiatry to treat a variety of conditions, including musculos-skeletal conditions. Low-intensity lasers can be used to destroy infected cells without causing damage to surrounding issue.

Lasers can also stimulate collagen production to reduce corns and calluses. Laser treatments can also be used to treat musculoskeletal problems and plantar fasciitis. Low intensity lasers can be used to relieve pain and reduce inflammation.

Why use laser therapy for the feet? 

Laser therapy for the feet works by accelerating healing, especially of soft tissue and tendons. Because light is a form of energy, foot lasers harness this energy and bring it to a level that energizes cells to encourage cell regeneration and tissue healing. The most popular type of foot laser treatment uses two lasers to relieve pain, reduce inflammation and stimulate circulation in the blood and lymphatic systems. 

What conditions respond best to foot laser therapy?  

Laser treatments for the feet are particularly effective in reducing inflammation, swelling and pain. Therefore, the foot conditions that respond best to foot laser therapy are those that have these characteristics. 

These include: 

Nevrome - Thickening of the tissue surrounding the nerves. 

Plantar Fasciitis - Inflammation of the plantar tissue extending from the heel to the base of the toes.

Diabetic ulcers - Ulcerations caused by changes in blood circulation in diabetic patients.

Arthrite - Condition associated with degeneration of the joints. 

Tendonitis - Tendon-related pain caused by overuse, injury or wear and tear.

For most people, laser foot therapy is painless, has no side effects, and requires no anesthesia or aftercare. Some patients report a slight warming sensation during the procedure, but nothing more.