Recent Researches in Low Level Laser Therapy

In October, I was invited to speak at The World Association of Laser Therapy (WALT) 2018 conference held in Nice, France. It was an honor to give a talk on the treatment and management of dementia using low level laser. I had a lot of interest from my counterparts from around the world.  We had some great discussions regarding how to effectively improve cognitive function and daily performance of patients with dementia or poor memory. 

The conference attracted over 300 attendees from all parts of the world and I saw some very interesting exhibitors with ground-breaking new technologies. Other delegates spoke about the use of light and lasers in the following clinical areas:

  • Neurorehabilitation (Parkinson’s, dementia, brain injury, and stroke)
  • Muscle performance and Sports Medicine
  • Cancer care
  • Wound healing
  • Ophthalmology
  • Dentistry
  • Acupuncture and
  • Regenerative medicine

It was very exciting for me to see so much evidence from around the world on the effectiveness of low level laser in the management of existing conditions, maintenance of good health and prevention of diseases.

This conference showed that low level laser therapy has broad applications in many clinical scenarios and it continues to develop at a rapid pace. Both in terms of the development of better protocols and the invention of new technologies.  

Feel free to check out the conference website here: https://walt.no

As always, please get in contact if you have any questions about how low level lasers can be used to help you.

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Lower back/ Hip condition or just Psoas Pain?

Lower back/ Hip condition or just Psoas Muscles Pain?

Recently I have treated 2 patients with hip and lower back pain. Both have been told by their doctors that they might require surgery as they have degenerative changes in their hip joint and L4 and L5 vertebra.

We found in our clinic however, that their major problems are in the psoas muscles after consultation and careful assessment. Following a few sessions of Low Level Laser therapy (LLLT), they found walking had become easier.

Do you have similar conditions? Please read on for more information, or call 0481 354 188, or simply visit Sydney Laser Health Solutions at Bondi Junctions.






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Psoas muscle pain may feel like lower back pain at waist-level, or groin pain (psoas tendinitis or psoas bursitis), deep pelvic pain (lumbopelvic pain), pain deep in the belly. Tight psoas muscles are also a major contributor to hip joint pain.

This condition is called Iliopsoas syndrome which is a collection of symptoms caused by tight iliopsoas muscles and experienced anywhere along their length. Psoas

The iliopsoas muscles consist of the iliacus muscles, which span from each groin to the sides of the pelvic cavity; the psoas muscles span from the inner groin to the spine behind the breathing diaphragm; and because they share the same tendon at the groin, they are called "the iliopsoas muscles". Tight psoas muscles put undue pressure on the bursa at the groin, causing iliopsoas bursitis and iliopsoas tendinitis. Tight psoas muscles are in a constant state of fatigue thus give rise to sore feelings, leading to pelvic and abdominal pain.

LLLT helps to relax the muscle, reduce inflammation, relieve pain and improve the circulation and therefore restore the functions. A right diagnosis can avoid any unnecessary surgery or saving time and fortunes.


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A bursa is a fluid-filled sac lined with special cells which secrete a fluid rich in collagen and protein. About 160 bursae are found throughout the body, which act as cushions and lubricant to reduce friction between tissues, such as between tendons and bones in the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle. Inflammation of a bursa is referred to as bursitis.

The most common causes of bursitis are repetitive motions (for example, repeated throwing of a ball), trauma (extensive kneeling), infection, and preexisting rheumatoid conditions. Common symptom of bursitis include pain and loss of motion in inflammed area.

LLLT can effectively control inflammation, reduce swelling and pain, help to restore normal function.

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Acute pain, a case study

acute pain calf strainA recent patients of mine is a 24 year-old exercise enthuthiast, who cycles to work everyday (~30min one way) in addition to many other daily workouts.
He came to my clinic with a case of calf strain that has been progressively getting worse over a 6 months period. He felt his movement was severely limited and causing severe pain, to the point where he was unable to continue with his active lifestyle.

After initial consultation and assessment, the ensuing session of Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) we effectively helped toreduce inflammation in the area and associated pain after 2 treatment sessions. combined with rest and adjustment to daily activities (for example, taking bus to work), one month after treatment, he has stayed pain free and has been able to return to his usual routines.

Acute pain can be quickly managed by proper LLLT, which acts to relax tense muscles, reduce inflammation due to soft tissue injuries, improve circulation, boost immune response, all factors contributing to accelerated healing.

At Sydney Laser Health Solutions, we provide integrative injury/pain management Low Level Laser Therapy and healthy lifestyle advice to effectively help patients become pain free and to help them prevent future reoccurances of injuries or pain.

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Chronic Pain - A problem worth solving


a problem worth solving

A report titled “A problem worth solving” from Deloitte Access Economics rang alarms about the rising cost of chronic musculoskeletal conditions.


In the year of 2012 alone, chronic conditions such arthritis and back pain cost Australians $55.1 billion. These included direct health costs, lost productivity and reduced quality of life. It is estimated that 6.1 million Australians are affected, of which 58% are of working age in peak income earning years (25-64 years); 43% growth in musculoskeletal cases are projected in the next two decades, including a surge in older Australians living with the conditions.


Action is needed now, and at Sydney Laser Health Solutions, we've vowed to do our best in the fight against this silent pandemic. We aim to use our knowledge and advanced medical laser technology (Low Level Laser - LLLT) to help people prevent arthritis and stop tissue deterioration at early stages, hence helping maintain functions and quality life.


images and infographies courtesy of arthritisvic.org.au



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