The low-level laser therapy on muscle injury recovery: literature review

Abstract
The muscle injury recovery process is slow and often changes the original mechanical properties of the damaged muscle. The goal of rehabilitation is to recover the muscle as fast as possible offering the lowest risk of injury recurrence. Among the available therapeutic resources, the low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has proven to be effective both in reducing the deleterious effects of the acute inflammatory response, as in the stimulation of the events involved in the repair phase of the muscle recovery process.
Descriptors: Muscles/injuries; Physical therapy; Laser therapy, low-level; Rehabilitation

The low-level laser therapy on muscle injury recovery: literature review

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