Efficacy of Multi-wave Locked System Laser Therapy on Nerve Regeneration After Crushing in Wister Rats

The Journal of Physical Therapy Science

Efficacy of Multi-wave Locked System Laser Therapy on Nerve Regeneration After Crushing in Wister Rats

Introduction: The purpose of this study was to investigate the efficacy of the multi-wave locked system laser therapy on the regeneration of peripheral nerve injuries by evaluating the functional, electrophysiological, and morphological changes of the crushed sciatic nerve in Wistar rats. Sixty male Wistar rats  were randomly assigned to control negative, control positive, or laser groups and subjected to no laser therapy or crushing, to crushing without laser therapy, or crushing followed by multi-wave locked system laser therapy five times/week for four weeks (power=1 W, energy density=10 J/cm2, total energy=100 J), respectively.

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