Laser Therapy

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT, also known as photobiomodulation, cold laser therapy and laser biostimulation).

Laser therapy delivers monochromatic light energy in the form of photons to the  cellular level which, dependent on dosage, can result in either biostimulation or bioinhibition. Biostimulation has several effects at the cellular level one of which is to  increase circulation which, through enhance oxygen delivery, may promoting the  healing of  injured tissue while at the same time increasing the removal of damaged cellular material and carbon dioxide. Bioinhibition can be used to reduce scar tissue formation or to help reduce excessive inflammation.

Common conditions treated with laser therapy include rotator cuff injuries. myofascial sprains/strains, ankle sprains, tennis elbow, TMJ disorders and many other common musculoskeletal conditions.

Dr. Peters has been using laser therapy at his  Richmond based Steveston Chiropactic office for over 5 years.

* Results may vary

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Stevestons longest practicing chiropractor with 27 years experience and over 300,000 treatments provided. Our mission is to provide timely, effective care to aid you in dealing with your health problems.

Whether your problem is an acute attack of back pain, sports injury, car accident, extremity problem or a chronic condition which requires a hands on approach to treatment, Chiropractic can often help.


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140-12000 1st Ave
Richmond, BC
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