Laser Therapy

High power physiotherapy laser (60 w 980 nm Class IV laser waves) uses the biological stimulation of light to promote healing, reduces inflammation and alleviates pain. It is a non-invasive treatment for acute and chronic conditions. It is safe and appropriate for all ages, from the young to the older patients that may suffer from acute or chronic pain.

HPPTL is widely used in all kinds of pain and non-pain disorders such as:

Pathological changes mainly caused by neuropathy
Muscle, tendon and ligaments ‘inflammation
Cervical and Lumber spondylosis,
Lumbar muscle strain
Rheumatic arthritis
Frozen shoulder
Planter Fasciitis

How Does High-Power Laser Therapy Work?

High-Power Physiotherapy Laser Therapy utilizes the therapeutic potential of concentrated light energy at specific wavelengths. When applied to the affected area, this advanced technology penetrates deep into the tissue, stimulating cellular activity at the molecular level. This process, known as photobiomodulation, initiates a cascade of beneficial responses within the body, including:

1. Pain Reduction: Laser therapy triggers the release of endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers, providing fast and effective relief from discomfort.

2. Inflammation Reduction: By reducing inflammation at the source, laser therapy addresses the root cause of many painful conditions, helping to accelerate the healing process.

3. Tissue Repair and Regeneration: The enhanced circulation and cellular activity brought about by laser therapy facilitate tissue repair and regeneration, aiding in the recovery process.

4. Muscle Relaxation: Tight or spasmodic muscles can lead to pain and limited mobility. Laser therapy promotes muscle relaxation, allowing for increased flexibility and range of motion.

5. Enhanced Circulation: Improved blood flow to the treated area carries essential nutrients and oxygen, further promoting healing.

Benefits of High-Power Laser Therapy:

  • Non-Invasive: Laser therapy offers a non-surgical and non-pharmaceutical approach to pain relief, reducing the risk of side effects and complications.

  • Versatile: This therapy can effectively treat a wide range of conditions, including sports injuries, arthritis, neuropathy, and more.

  • Quick and Convenient: Sessions are typically short and comfortable, allowing you to resume your daily activities immediately.

  • Safe for All Ages: Whether you’re a young athlete recovering from an injury or an older individual managing chronic pain, high-power laser therapy can be tailored to your needs.

Medwest Health Care is proudly one of Australia’s leading Allied Health Care and Medical specialists, providing a wide range of allied health services including physiotherapy, podiatry, dietary, occupational therapy, speech pathology and also alternative health services such as fire cupping, acupuncture, reiki and candling.

Backed by decades of combined experience, we employ the expertise of some of Australia’s foremost practitioners of all allied health services. We ensure that each of our patients, regardless of their given situations, are seen to with the utmost care and attention, at our clinics, Homes, Schools and in the facilities we accommodate.

At Medwest, we provide free services to clients of NATIONAL DISABILITY INSURANCE SCHEME, ENHANCED PRIMARY CARE PLAN and DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS. If you have a family member who is included under the NDIS or DVA scheme, they will be able to receive all Allied Health services for free. We also provide discounted services to clients who have a PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE and PENSIONERS. (Conditions Apply)

Women’s health physiotherapy helps treat women’s health issues such as incontinence, pelvic/ vaginal pain, prenatal and postpartum musculoskeletal pain, osteoporosis, rehabilitation following breast surgery, lymphedema, education prevention, wellness and exercise and so much more.

Women’s health physiotherapists can tailor an exercise plan to help you improve a variety of symptoms caused by women’s health concerns. For example, bone density naturally decreases during menopause. So, a physiotherapist can help you strengthen your bones and improve your bone health through exercise.

Additionally, strengthening your pelvic floor, especially during and after pregnancy, is a huge component of women’s health physiotherapy. Pregnancy and childbirth obviously put a lot of stress on your pelvic floor and it’s essential to strengthen this area as much as possible. It’ll not only help you during childbirth but also can help prevent incontinence, prolapse and other pelvic floor related issues.

Backed by decades of experience in skin care and cosmetic services, we employ the expertise of some of Australia’s foremost practitioners. We ensure that each of our patients, regardless of their given situations, are getting the utmost care and attention.