Here at Absolute Life Wellness Center, we operate under the motto of “One Patient, Multiple Solutions,” and while we’ve gained notoriety as Austin’s best chiropractic clinic, chiropractic adjustments are merely the beginning of the solutions we offer to help you achieve a more balanced, happy state of whole-person health.

One of the less traditional treatment options we perform is known as cold laser therapy, which has been lauded over the past several decades for its healing properties. Read on to learn more about cold laser therapy, and how it can help you in your pursuit of better overall health and wellness.

What is Cold Laser Therapy?

Cold laser therapy might sound like a futuristic healing technique, but it’s actually been around for longer than many of us have. Since the 1960’s, in fact, light therapy has been successfully used to heal wounds, tissue and bones along with reducing pain and inflammation caused by various chronic and acute diseases.

Cold laser therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses specific light wavelengths to stimulate the healing process within cells. This low-level laser therapy is traditionally used to eliminate and reduce pain, increase functionality in the affected area, and reduce spasms and swelling.

Cold Laser Therapy at Absolute Life

Dr. Daniel Shaddock and his team offer cold laser therapy alongside more traditional treatments at our Austin chiropractic clinic, and invite you to come in and meet us in person so that we can show you the way to a more healthy, happy you. We have multiple locations including chiropractic offices in Pflugerville, Kyle, South Austin, and North Austin. 

Currently, two options exist for coming in to see us. If you’re as confident as we are that Absolute Life is the place for you, then request an appointment today. Alternatively, you can sign up now for a consultation, or even call one of our friendly professionals. We look forward to seeing you in our office!

Please note, cold laser therapy is a specialty service only offered at our South Austin clinic.