Remy Laser for Pain
Remy is a great option for treating pain and inflammation from soft tissue pain, including Achilles tendinitis, plantar fasciitis, neuromas, and ankle sprains. It may even help you avoid surgery or costly physical therapy sessions.
Remy therapy triggers cellular reproduction and growth to accelerate tissue repair of muscle, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and even bone. It can also reduce the formation of scar tissue, which can impair healing and lead to a greater risk of chronic pain.
Treatment sessions are brief, comfortable, and require no special preparation or downtime. A series of several treatment sessions will be scheduled over a few weeks to provide optimal results.
Remy Laser for Fungal Toenails
Laser therapy is the safest and most comfortable choice for dealing with fungal toenail infections. The Remy laser is able to pass through the nail and kill the fungi living on the nail bed without causing any pain or harmful side effects.
This makes it a great alternative to conventional therapies like oral antifungal medications, which can cause side effects in some people. The Remy can also be used alongside traditional antifungal medications to magnify the healing effect of both techniques.
Once the fungi on the nail bed have been eliminated, you are able to regrow new, healthy, clear nails.
Remy Laser for Surgical Recovery
Although use of the Remy laser can often help people avoid surgery altogether by helping the body to naturally heal its own damaged tissues, Remy also makes a good companion to surgery when it is needed.
Use of laser therapy after a surgical procedure can help the surgical site heal faster and reduce the formation of scar tissue, and can also help keep pain and swelling controlled. It can also boost the functioning of your immune system, helping to reduce the risk of post-surgical infections.
Remy Laser for Plantar Warts
There are a variety of different techniques we use to treat warts, including cryotherapy or topical use of a peeling medication. Severe warts resistant to other forms of treatment, however, may require surgical excision.
Remy can be used as part of a wart treatment plan in numerous ways, including as a tool to excise the wart itself, and also as a way to “burn” the core of the wart after excision, which helps eradicate the infection and reduce the risk of the wart reappearing.