Lower Laser Therapy by Margaret Dabbs London
Margaret Dabbs London has introduced an exclusive, exciting, cutting edge treatment called Lower Level Laser Therapy. It can be very difficult to know to whom you can turn and where to go when you are experiencing foot pain and inflammation and this advanced treatment offers a solution and respite to symptoms which have historically been notoriously difficult to treat.
Margaret Dabbs London’s state of the art laser treats common and debilitating foot complaints. It is superb in the treatment of painful and inflamed bunions, plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, pre and post op surgical care, wear and tear changes and osteoarthritis.
The Lower Laser Therapy is a rapid and pain free treatment with quick and long lasting benefits providing outstanding results due to the intense action of the laser, with excellent relief and recovery from both chronic and acute painful and debilitating foot conditions right from the first treatment session.
The average treatment is 30-45 minutes although this will depend on the specific area to be treated and advice and guidance from our expert Podiatrists. The laser action is a warming sensation on the affected area and the settings are variable depending upon the clinical findings. The frequency of treatment required may vary depending on the problem but the average is 3 sessions, 2 to 3 times per week in acute cases and once per week for chronic conditions with an average of 8 sessions to completion of the full treatment.
The conditions we can treat using the Margaret Dabbs London LLT are:
• Plantar fasciitis
• Tendonitis including Achilles heel
• Bunion inflammation and pain
• Pre and post-operative following surgery
• Oedema and inflammation
• Bone and joint pain and inflammation
• Improvement and healing of keloid scar appearance and post-surgical incisions
• Improvement in muscular related strains and reduction of pain
Margaret Dabbs London Lower Laser Therapy – Prices start from £60
Available in all Margaret Dabbs London Clinics in London, the UK and Dubai