K Laser Therapy

Sports injury treatment in Farnham

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What is K-Laser Therapy? And how can it help my sports injury?

Are you suffering from a painful sports injury like Achilles Tendonitis, an ankle sprain, Plantar Fasciitis or even tennis elbow? These types of pain can drastically decrease your quality of life and put an end to everyday activities and sporting events.

Waverley Foot Clinic now provides the state-of-the-art technology to expedite resolution of sports injuries and other painful issues. K-Laser Therapy offers a ‘cold’ laser treatment that not only hastens the healing process but offers much needed relief.

How does K-Laser therapy work?

Unlock the power of laser therapy using chosen wavelengths of light to trigger vital molecules in human cells. Years of medical research has identified the exact wavelengths, energy level and frequencies to induce changes in cellular metabolism (Photobiostimulation).

K-Laser brings energy from shallow to deep tissues, activating a chain of photochemical reactions that enhance cell function, allowing treated tissue to speed up healing stages and reduce discomfort. This is a secure, non-invasive technique that employs the body’s own self-repairing processes

What conditions can K-Laser therapy treat?

This revolutionary therapy can treat many conditions:

• Metatarsalgia
• Hallux valgus-bursitis
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
• Arthritis-osteoarthritis
• Interdigital neuritis
• Heel spur
• Achilles tendonitis
• Morton’s neuroma
• Post-sprain oedema
• Diabetic neuropathy
• Tibia-tarsal distortion
• Diabetic ulcers
• Warts
• Toenail Mycosis
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Ankle sprains
• Fungal nails

FAQ for K-laser treatment

K-Laser uses light wavelengths in the infrared spectrum which have no heat. So the treatment is pain free.

It works by infrared light creating increased oxygen blood and cell  absorption. This stimulates the human immune system to repair tissue and muscular damage with an analgesic effect.

Each treatment takes roughly half an hour.
The success rate is influenced by the extent and history of the injury. Acute injuries may respond differently to chronic. An assessment will provide a realistic timescale of recovery 
Please call our receptionist and we will book you in a soon as possible.

Learn more about laser therapy for pain

Still in pain? Book today for your muscular pain treatment

For an appointment, please call 01252 716611 and we will book you an appointment as possible. 

Biomechanical Assessment

Would you like more information on booking an assessment with our clinical specialist biomechanical podiatrist?

Please call Waverley Foot Clinic to book an appointment:

Seven-day, 24 hour telephone appointment booking service

We Have Moved – Waverley Foot Clinic has changed location to 21A East Street, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7SD (only 100 metres along East Street towards the town)