K-Laser treatment now available in Farnham, Surrey

Fast effective muscular skeletal pain relief

At Waverley Foot Clinic in Farnham we see many patients of all ages concerning muscular related pain conditions. Sports injuries from achilles tendon sprain, painful tight calf muscles or hamstrings to foot arch and heel pain. Other painful problems such as debilitating shoulder pain, tennis elbow or sciatic pain are all problems we regularity see. This type of painful problem can seriously affect your quality of life and ruin day to day and sport activity.

Waverley Foot Clinic now offers the very latest technology to aid the speedy resolution to such problems. Using the latest ‘cold’ Laser developments fast and effective treatment is available using K-Laser Therapy which accelerates the stages of the healing process.

K-Laser therapy uses selected wavelengths of light to stimulate key molecules in human tissues and induce changes in cellular metabolism. K-Laser delivers energy from superficial to deep tissues activating a cascade of photochemical reactions that promotes cell function, to accelerate the stages of the healing process and reduce pain sensation. This is a safe and non-invasive technique that uses the body’s own reparative processes.

Increased metabolic activity

K-Laser Therapy helps to stimulate essential molecules that help improve oxygenation and synthesis in tissues, activating powerful photo-chemical reactions which provide a boost of energy to accelerate the healing process.

Improved vascular activity

K-Laser therapy can help your body in many ways, allowing for improved blood circulation and tissue nutrition. It works to open up vessels that are narrowing, reducing inflammation and swelling caused by bruising or trauma. The lymphatic drainage system is also stimulated, ensuring a healthy flow of waste products away from local tissues

Anti inflammation

Laser therapy provides a powerful and effective way to end the inflammation process. What’s more, it can be used to reduce Interleukin-1 – one of the molecules responsible for immune system activity – while boosting levels of Super Oxide Dismutase (SOD) which helps protect cells from free radicals that cause damage.

Improved nerve function

Laser therapy is an effective treatment to help restore normal functioning of nerves through multiple pathways. It has been shown to improve nerve signal transmission and stimulate cell regeneration, leading to improved CMAP & Nerve Latency values, ultimately helping your body heal itself from injury or illness.

Analgesic effect

K-Laser therapy has been scientifically proven to reduce inflammation and swelling at the source of pain, providing a lasting relief. It works by altering nerve activity in targeted areas – making it an effective weapon against chronic aches and pains!

Accelerated tissue repair and cell growth

K-Laser technology works to support healing deep within the body, penetrating tissues and boosting cell metabolism. This stimulates faster repair of major connective tissue such as tendons, ligaments, muscles & bones – helping your body recover quicker.

Reduced fibrous tissue formation

K-Laser Therapy can help you recover from tears, burns or surgery with minimal scarring! The therapy works by preventing the accumulation of scar tissue for a more elastic healing process. Taking advantage of this treatment now will stop chronic pain issues later on down the line.


Ready for your K-Laser treatment?

Ready to take charge of your sports injury or muscular pain? Waverley Foot Clinic is ready to help you with its advanced K-laser technology. Reach out to us today to learn more, or book a consultation! Call our friendly team on or on 01252 716611.

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Jonathan Kirk - Lead Chiropodist / Podiatrist & Practise Owner | MChS BSc (hons)

Jonathan Kirk - Lead Chiropodist / Podiatrist & Practise Owner | MChS BSc (hons)

Waverley Foot Clinic is owned and managed by Mr. Jonathan Kirk. His long career within healthcare started by qualifying as a Registered General Nurse followed by a successful career within the UK medical industry working in sales and senior management. Latterly, Jonathan returned to University as a mature student to undertake a BSc (hons) degree in Podiatry and is currently based in Farnham utilising his varied clinical and Podiatric experience.