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Laser Treatment for Neuropathy – What are the Benefits?

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Laser treatment for neuropathy is very beneficial as it heals the cause of the condition. Neuropathy is the damage of the nerves which can occur as a result of a disease, injuries, due to a virus or toxins. If you have symptoms like cramping, burning pain in the arms or the legs, poor sleep due to the pain, difficulties while walking, tickling feeling or sharp electric pain, loss of balance and numbness in some part of your body, then your nerves might be affected.

The nerve tissue is very hard to heal and the recovery process of regeneration takes a lot of time. In that case, many people turn to painkillers which do not solve the problem but merely cover the symptoms, so they are not a solution. On the other hand, laser treatment for neuropathy with coMra can provide a better solution without the negative side effects.

Deep tissue laser therapy significantly reduced pain and improved the quality of life of older patients with painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy.

https://doi.org/10.1186/s12877-019-1237-5

Benefits of laser treatment for neuropathy

Low level laser therapy is very effective for people with chronic pain which comes together with inflammation, nerve damage, diabetes or other forms of neuropathy. Most of the people experience decreased levels of pain after the laser treatment protocol. In addition, it will improve the quality of life in terms of walking, sitting and all kinds of daily activities. Therefore, significantly reduced pain also affects the emotional state of the person in a positive way.

It is very common, pain often isolates people from social interactions and activities which leads to depression and anxiety. The treatments with low level lasers like coMra are pleasant without a feeling of heat, tickling or any other specific sensation while applying. In most cases, due to laser therapy, you can cut down the amount of medications taken.

Addition of either magnetic or laser therapy to medications could bring extra positive benefits to patients with Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy . Both magnetic and laser therapy can be applied with medications for the treatment of patients with Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy.

https://doi.org/10.22037/jlms.v11i1.21850

Why choose coMra therapy over standard laser therapy

For many people with nerve damage, lasers have shown great results as they help the body in the regeneration process providing the needed energy. The good news is now there are devices available to treat your nerves at home without going to a specialized center. Using laser treatment for neuropathy has many benefits as it will actually heal the nerves together with the cause of the condition. The coMra therapy is a method that is very easy to apply at home on your own. Low level infrared laser working together with magnets, colour LED lights and ultrasound is a very effective and non-invasive approach. It induces the natural healing process in any cell of the body and is beneficial for damaged nerves too. In addition to that, it will improve the communication in the cell and between the cells, together with the hormonal balance and metabolism.

coMra treatment protocols

In the coMra user guide, you will see all the details of the treatment protocols. In other words, the points where to place the device with time and frequency. Start to get familiar with coMra Therapy step by step. You can use it as pain relief but it also assists the healing of tissues on a deeper level. With daily treatments, the nerves and muscle tissues will be recovered without any negative side effects.

One of the many conditions which you can treat and successfully heal with coMra is neuropathy. If it is a result of an injury or a disease, you can combine several coMra treatment protocols for even better results. For example, if it is diabetic neuropathy, apply also the protocol that is for diabetes as you need to address the very root of the problem.

Pain and emotional state

It is an emotional downwards spiral for many people with chronic pain and especially severe cases like neuropathy and nerve inflammation. Usually, as a result of the constant pain people are not able to maintain their social contacts. As it was already mentioned, this often leads to depression and anxiety. The whole nervous system is alarmed which affects both the emotional and mental state.

In coMra Therapy, there are several treatment protocols which you can include in your healing program. Firstly, apply the Universal Treatments 7 as it focuses on the nervous system and on supporting the work of the cardiovascular system (Universal treatment 3- Blood is included in it). Another option is, to treat your belly with 5Hz with slow movements of the device on different points over the small intestines and the colon. It will benefit in improved gut health and increased production of serotonin.

Healing as a holistic approach

We recommend approaching your health in a holistic way. So, you need to treat your body as a system which is fully able to maintain its own balance. The problem is, there are too many things to be taken care of. However, the good news is that your body has its own intelligence and you do not need to manage each and every process in it. What you can do, is to support it in the best possible way -- without aggressive methods and substances.

Start by applying the laser treatment according to the coMra protocol. Observe yourself, how do you feel, is there any change? In addition, you can include massage, diet changes and exercising in your routine as a way to improve your physical condition even more. All of that will improve the quality of your life which is very important for overall well-being.

*If you cannot find your condition in the coMra User Guide, please write to us at info@comra-therapy.com. We will provide all the needed information to support your healing journey.

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