Neuro Laser (LLLT)


Transform your life through the power of light.

Harnessing the latest in light therapy technology, we enable you to unlock the boundless healing capabilities of your brain and body.

Neuro Laser, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT) or cold laser therapy, is a non-invasive treatment used to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and promote tissue healing.

Tailored precisely to meet your individual requirements, our Neuro Laser therapy is customized for your unique and special needs. As cells absorb the energy from the laser light, a cascade of processes is triggered, leading to the normalization of damaged or injured tissue.

We have over 50 special programs with specific wavelengths to give you the most accurate treatment possible.


When discussing advancements in medical therapies, lasers often take the lead. While lasers boast a plethora of applications, their significance within the pediatric sphere is particularly notable. If a single device or medicine encompassed all the advantages of a low-level laser, it would transform the medical landscape. But what sets this laser apart?

Primary Advantages of Low-Level Lasers Include but are not limited to:

Reducing Neuroinflammation

Neuroinflammation is associated with conditions like autism and brain trauma. Lasers play a significant role in reducing this inflammation, thereby facilitating improved brain function.

Enhancing Cellular Energy

ATP Synthesis Cells necessitate energy (ATP) for optimal functioning. By pinpointing specific brain regions with lasers, we can amplify cellular energy, thus augmenting their efficacy.

Augmenting Cerebral Blood Circulation

Increased blood flow to the brain translates to enhanced cognitive abilities, focus, and overall brain well-being.

Stimulating Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor

(BDNF) BDNF is crucial for neuroplasticity—the brain's capacity to forge new neural pathways. Studies even propose that lasers can assist in generating new neurons, thereby fortifying these connections.


Elimination of free radicals: Removal of free radicals— the harmful substances within the brain.

Enhanced gastrointestinal performance.

Enhanced cognitive capabilities.

Natural and non-invasive pain relief.

The benefits of combining Nero Sage Therapy with Neuro Laser Therapy (LLLT)

Neuroprotective Effects

LLLT seems to help protect nerve cells from damage and keep them healthy. It does this by boosting cell energy, calming inflammation, and fighting harmful molecules called free radicals.

Promotion of Neuronal Regeneration

LLLT might help nerve cells grow back and repair themselves. This is important for people with brain injuries or diseases because it can help their brains heal and work better.

Reduction of Oxidative Stress

LLLT can lower the stress caused by harmful molecules in the body. By doing this, it can protect nerve cells from damage and keep them functioning well.

Potential Applications for Neurological Conditions

It might reduce headaches, speed up brain healing, and lessen nerve pain. By supporting the health and integrity of neurons, LLLT may help preserve neurological function and prevent or slow down the progression of neurodegenerative conditions. In traumatic brain injury (TBI), LLLT may aid in the recovery process by promoting neuroregeneration, reducing inflammation, and enhancing cognitive function. Additionally, LLLT may provide relief for individuals with neuropathic pain by modulating pain signaling pathways and promoting nerve repair.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Neuro Laser therapy work?

Neuro Laser therapy works by delivering specific wavelengths of light energy to targeted tissues. This light energy is absorbed by cells within the tissue, which stimulates various cellular processes, including increased ATP production (cellular energy), improved blood circulation, and reduced inflammation. These effects help accelerate the healing process and alleviate pain.

What conditions can Neuro Laser therapy treat?

Neuro Laser therapy is commonly used to treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, including back pain, neck pain, arthritis, tendonitis, sprains, strains, and sports injuries. It can also be used to promote healing after surgery or other procedures. While it's commonly used for musculoskeletal conditions, its applications extend beyond that to include certain neurological conditions as well. Studies suggest that low-level laser therapy may have potential benefits for conditions involving cognitive dysfunction and focus issues.

Is Neuro Laser therapy painful?

No, Neuro Laser therapy is generally painless and well-tolerated. Patients may feel a mild warming sensation or tingling at the site of application, but there is no discomfort associated with the treatment.

Is Neuro Laser Safe for kids?

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) is generally considered safe for children when administered by qualified healthcare professionals who understand the parameters of the laser therapy, including wavelength, power, and duration. Treatment is carefully selected based on the child's age, condition being treated, and individual factors.
Monitoring during treatment: It's essential that children undergoing low-level laser therapy (LLLT) are closely monitored during treatment to ensure their safety. Special attention should be paid to protecting their eyes from direct exposure to the laser light, as this can potentially cause harm. We always ensure that the child wears appropriate protective glasses to block the wavelengths of light used in the therapy.

How long does a Neuro Laser therapy session take?

The duration of a Neuro Laser therapy session can vary depending on the condition being treated and the specific treatment protocol used by the chiropractor. Sessions typically range from a few minutes to around 15 minutes.

How many Neuro Laser therapy sessions are needed?

The number of Neuro Laser therapy sessions needed varies depending on the individual patient's condition, severity of symptoms, and treatment goals. Some patients may experience relief after just 6-12 sessions, while others may require ongoing treatment over several weeks or months.