Cold Laser

Cold laser therapy is a low-intensity laser that stimulates healing by using low levels of light. The tissue of the targeted area absorbs the light, eliminating pain, swelling, spasms, and increasing functionality. This noninvasive, painless procedure causes a reaction to the damaged cells, which promotes regeneration.


  • Eliminates inflammation and reduces pain
  • Treats minor injuries and sprains
  • Tissue regeneration
  • Promotes cellular oxygenation and detoxification
  • Can enhance bone repair
  • Regeneration of tissues
  • Strengthens the immune system response by increasing levels of lymphocyte activity
  • Decreases swelling and improves blood circulation
  • Promotes hair restoration to the scalp

How many treatments do I need?

Treatments are typically 2-3x a week, for 6 to 10 sessions. However, each client’s condition is unique and presents inflammation differently. Acute injuries can be treated everyday, while chronic problems are best handled with 2-3 treatments a week.

Who is a candidate?

Cold laser therapy would be beneficial for clients who suffer from inflammation, wounds, and overall pain.

Sports injuries & sprains

Inflammation & joint pain

Wound & diabetic healing

Cervical pain

Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Bursitis


Sore muscles and joints

General pain and aches

Sinus and tension headaches

Disc degeneration


Hair loss

Is cold laser therapy right for everyone?

Cold laser therapy is gentle, painless, and non-invasive. Most people safely undergo the treatment, however, we don’t recommend pregnant women or cancer patients do this treatment, or those who take photo-sensitive medication.

Cold Laser Prices

Cold Laser Consult | Free

Single Treatment | $40

1 Month Pass | $550

4 treatments per week for 1 month

Frequently Asked Questions

The low-level laser or LED emits light that penetrates the skin and is absorbed by cells, leading to increased energy production and improved cellular function. This can enhance tissue repair, reduce inflammation, and relieve pain.

No, Cold Laser Treatment is generally painless. Patients may feel a mild, soothing warmth during the procedure, but there is no discomfort or sensation of heat associated with the treatment.

The number of sessions varies based on the specific condition and individual response to the treatment. Some people experience improvement after a few sessions, while others may need more extended therapy.