Mississauga Laser Therapy Clinic uses the latest Low Intensity Laser Therapy (LILT)  system from Bioflex.


BioFlex systems utilize superluminous and laser diodes of specific wavelengths and power output up to 2,000mW to irradiate abnormal tissue with photons. These particles of energy are absorbed by a variety of intracellular molecules, a process which initiates a number of positive physiological responses. In essence, light energy is converted into biochemical energy, facilitating the restoration of normal cell morphology and function. The result of this process is designed to be curative with regard to clinical pathologies, rather than modulating symptoms, the conventional approach utilized in the management of pain.

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The healing potential of LILT extends to a wide range of medical conditions and provides a treatment alternative for patients who have not responded to other therapies. Some of the problems most effectively treated are listed below. In many instances LILT is the treatment of choice:

(i) General

• Carpal tunnel syndrome

• Epicondylitis

• Repetitive stress syndrome

• Rotator cuff injury

• Temporo-mandibular joint


• Reflex sympathetic dystrophy

(ii) Injuries

• Ligament and tendon tears

• Fractures with associated soft

tissue injuries

• Facet joint syndrome

• Contusions

• Bulging and herniated discs

(iii) Inflammatory

• Tendonitis

• Myositis

• Synovitis

• Bursitis

• Plantar fasciitis

• Rheumatoid arthritis

(iv) Degenerative

• Osteoarthritis

• Chondromalacia patella

• Calcifications (e.g. bone spurs)

• Discogenic and vertebrogenic


• Spinal stenosis

(v) Other Applications

• Wound healing(acute & chronic)

• Dermal ulcers secondary to:

• Venous stasis

• Atherosclerosis

• Contact

• Diabetic

• Traumatic

• Burns:

• Thermal

• Chemical

• Dermatological:

• Herpes zoster

(post-herpetic neuralgia)

• Eczemas

• Psoriasis

• Acne

• Acne rosacea

• Neurological:

• Neuropathies

• Bell’s palsy

• Trigeminal neuralgia

• Peripheral nerve damage

(trauma, etc.)

• Gout/arthritis

• Lymphedema

• Remodelling of dermal lesions

(keloid scars, etc.)