Laser therapy or Class 4 laser therapy is used to reduce pain and inflammation for injuries and a number of musculoskeletal conditions including Plantar Fasciitis, Meniscus damage, Frozen Shoulder and muscular or disk related Lower back pain.

Laser therapy is used in the treatment of chronic conditions, laser therapy is most often used to help combat persistent pain and inflammation. The application of laser light therapy aids soft tissue repair and regeneration and its low level laser gently penetrates the skin layers to stimulate soft tissue cells, stimulate blood flow and increase cell metabolism, making it a suitable treatment for acute condition related symptoms as well.

Delivered by our trained team members, an improvement in symptoms is often seen from the first session, especially where muscle spasm is present, enabling more pain free movement sooner and long-term.

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Laser Therapy Consent

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  • Understanding what Shockwave therapy/ ECSWT does?

    Extracorporeal shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment in acoustic shockwaves pass through the skin via a device to the affected area, and is often used in the treatment of tendon pathology for a number of musculoskeletal conditions. The shockwaves stimulate the body’s own healing mechanisms to facilitate tendon repair. A normal course of treatment will consist of three sessions with no more than a two week gap between sessions. More sessions may be a consideration for chronic conditions.
  • What are the side effects of the treatment?

    Most Common: A) Redness or bruising in the treated area. OR B) Skin damage OR C) An increase in pain in the treated area, this can be controlled with paracetamol, please do not take NSAIDs e.g. ibuprofen, naproxen. The practitioner providing the treatment will have checked your medical history to ensure that you are at minimal risk of any side effects. On the rare occasion there is the potential for tendon rupture.
  • Advice following treatment.

    Following ECSWT maintain ‘normal’ levels of activity. Do not do anything you normally would not do. Avoid sport, any other aggravating activities, or any activities, which stress the effected / treated area, particularly for the next 48 hours. Do not use ice on the treated area or take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines (NSAIDS) e.g. ibuprofen, naproxen, as these may reduce the therapeutic effect of ECSWT.
  • I confirm I understand the information above and I have been given the opportunity to ask any questions. I understand what the procedure is likely to involve, the benefits and risks of any available alternative treatments (including no treatment) and any particular concerns. I agree to the procedure or course of treatment described on this form. *