K-Laser Therapy

Injuries, chronic pain, or degenerative conditions can have a huge impact on our ability to perform even simple daily activities. For some people, the only way to achieve pain relief is through medication or even surgery. At ProBack Clinics, we offer treatments using the K-Laser. This innovative light therapy passes into tissues and cells deep down in an affected area to boost the bodys natural healing abilities. If you have been feeling pain in a certain area for a number of years, it may be that your body has stopped healing in that area. By using a treatment like the K-laser, the healing process can be kick started again.


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What conditions can be treated with the K-Laser?

Laser therapy can be used in any area of the body, for this reason it can be used for treating conditions such as:

  1. General pain
  2. Back and neck pain
  3. Inflammation joint pain
  4. Sciatic pain
  5. Shoulder pain
  6. Arthritic pain
  7. Fibromyalgia
  8. Tendinitis
  9. Muscle strains or sprains
  10. Compression fractures
  11. Sports injuries
  12. Foot ulcers (common in diabetics)

How does the K-Laser Therapy work?

The K-laser targets an injured area at a cellular level using light energy. This energy increases a cell’s ability to heal and regenerate without tissue damage or side effects. This process can help in the development of blood vessels (Neovascularisation) in the area, bringing an increased blood flow and improving the body’s natural regenerative abilities.



Proback Clinics are a provider of K-Laser


Frequent Questions

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“I feel much better and fit!”

Ahmed Latif

15th February 2017

“I have more confidence in my overall movement”

Andy Smart

8th March 2017

“My pain disappeared

Cacilda Stakteas

24th February 2017


If you have any questions about K-Laser Therapy call our London clinic in Victoria, or send us a message via the website.

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