Physiotherapy Treatment: Diabetic Wound (Laser Therapy)
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- 2 Months Program (32 Session)
32 sessions x RM 80 (per session) = RM 2560
- 3 Months Program
48 sessions x RM 80 (per session) = RM 3840
BENEFITS COLD LASER TREATMENT FOR DIABETIC WOUND CARE
Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is a medical procedure used to treat pain and speed up wound healing. This treatment uses low-level lasers to alter the healing process at a cellular level. While it is not exactly clear how low-level laser therapy works, it is thought to diminish inflammation by reducing the number of cellular chemicals and enzymes linked to pain and inflammation. Another mechanism may be related to the stimulation of the cells to increase the production of certain enzymes which affect cell proliferation or cell division, thus increasing the healing speed of a wound. The effects of low-level laser therapy appear to be linked to the specific wavelength of the laser treatment itself. The ideal wavelength, or dosage, duration and location of treatment is specific to each ailment and wound.
The ulcer treatment in the diabetic foot requires a multidisciplinary approach, including revascularization and surgical procedures, as well as the infection treatment, physiotherapeutic rehabilitation with electric phototherapeutic resources to control edema, pain, metabolic disorders, tissue malnutrition, co morbidities, precise treatment of the wound and biomechanics' decompression. Therefore, the specialized attention to the ulcers should be available to all patients as well as a priority in the amputation prevention .