Cold Laser Therapy Specialist

Leslie S. Gaskill, M.D.

Primary Care Physician & Holistic Medicine Specialist located in Johns Creek, GA

Leslie S Gaskill, M.D., has 15 years of experience with diagnostic and therapeutic cold laser therapy. This amazing technology can screen for 8,000 imbalances and sensitivities from food to metals to dyes to hormones, and more. Using cold laser therapy allows Dr. Gaskills to clear and detoxify your body from these imbalances, effectively protecting you from many conditions such as migraines, irritable bowel syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, allergies, asthma, infertility and more. To learn more about cold laser therapy, call or go online to book an appointment at Dr. Gaskill’s Johns Creek, Georgia, office.

Cold Laser Therapy

What is cold laser therapy?

Cold laser therapy is a form of laser therapy that uses the power of light to stimulate your body’s natural healing abilities. The gentle therapy also boosts your immune system. It’s an exciting and innovative treatment option that yields outstanding results for many men and women. 

Unlike most forms of laser therapy that uses light to create heat, cold laser therapy uses a level of light that causes a reaction in your tissues without heating your cells. That’s why the treatment is referred to as “cold,” although in reality there is no cooling effect. 

Cold laser therapy is FDA-approved for numerous medical conditions, and also has an excellent safety record.

 

What can cold laser therapy treat?

Cold laser therapy has numerous applications. Most of our patients treated for things such as asthma, allergies, migraines, reflux, and IBS have been cleared of the symptoms for 10 years! Cold laser therapy can also treat:

  • Allergies
  • Asthma
  • Migraines
  • Psoriasis
  • Tourette Syndrome (see Instagram testimonial)
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Esophageal reflux
  • Multiple chemical sensitivity disorder

Cold laser therapy is also a great option for treating fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, and other forms of autoimmune disease. It’s even effective in addressing some nonstructural. 

Dr. Gaskill determines if cold laser therapy is a suitable treatment for you during a consultation. 

 

How does cold laser therapy work?

Cold laser therapy uses a variety of different wavelengths of low-level light. That light is directed to the treatment area, where it is absorbed by your body. A physiological reaction follows and cellular regeneration begins. 

You won’t feel any pain during your cold laser therapy, and treatments only take a few minutes. There’s no need for any downtime following your session. You should start to notice an improvement in your health within four weeks of starting treatment.

Because the energy created by the cold laser is so gentle, you may need more than one session to get the most benefits. Dr. Gaskill creates individualized treatment plans based on your specific health needs so you know what to expect before you get started.

If you have questions about how cold laser therapy could help you live with less pain, call or book an appointment online today to learn more.