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Has anyone used low-level laser at home

I have had tremendous success using low-level laser for my cervical pain that has become now chronic. Last Saturday I was writhing in pain and a friend took me to a nearby laser Centre which was using pulsed laser of class four variety

the pain is gone in two days. I have had myofascial pain and also due to a disk bulge in C5 C6.
It is obviously not a cure, because the pain will eventually return once I restart the exercises but at least it gives me a way forward to manage pain without medications

I'm now hunting for a laser device that I can use at home. There are some devices on the market which are class I and class two.

Any reviews/experiences would be useful. I'm not posting the brand of the devices because I'm not sure if that will be construed as marketing for those devices

however given my experience I do recommend that members investigate this as a possible therapeutic modality


  • I bought a cold laser that uses infra red. My husband loves it. It helps him a lot. I didn't get much relief from it. I was desperate to try everything before having surgery. Happy to hear the laser helped you. I spent $1,800 on mine. It was comparable to a $4,000 in reviews and functions.
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