The bursa is a small fluid-filled sac found in the body, with over 150 of these sacs present. Positioned between bones, tendons, joints, and muscles, it acts as a cushion, preventing friction. Inflammation of a bursa, called bursitis, can occur due to rubbing, injury, or bacterial infection, leading to pain.

What are the signs of bursitis?

Inflammation can affect one or more joints, showing symptoms like redness, swelling, warmth, pain, limited movement, and changes in joint shape. This condition may lead to joint impairment and impact a person's daily life.

What are the symptoms of bursitis?

Bursitis commonly exhibits joint swelling, localized tenderness, swelling that leaves an indentation when pressed, slightly elevated skin temperature, and redness. Patients might also experience persistent high fever.

How is bursitis treated?

  • Medication

  • Antibiotics

  • Complete rest and avoiding strain on the affected limb

  • Acupuncture

  • Alpha-BB laser therapy

"Alpha-BB laser therapy works well for both mild and severe bursitis. Continuous use of this laser has a positive impact on maintaining and repairing joints over time."

What is Alpha-BB and how does it help?

Alpha-BB functions deep within cells to ease pain, reduce inflammation, speed up tissue repair and cell growth, enhance blood vessel activity, and minimize fibrous tissue.

It's suitable for various conditions such as soft-tissue and motor injuries, arthritis, repetitive stress injury, wound healing, and numerous other medical problems. Clinical trials have verified Alpha-BB as a safe and effective treatment method.

Treatment guidelines:

Position the laser near the treatment area and adjust the angle every 10 minutes during treatment.

We suggest treating twice daily for around 30 minutes each session. Each treatment course spans seven days, with a 2-day break between each. Three treatment courses are recommended.

After observing positive effects, you may continue with consolidation therapy. During this phase, treat once a day for 30 minutes each session, continuously for 7 days. Once the curative effect is apparent, maintenance treatment can continue. Treat once a day for 30 minutes each session during this phase. Continuous treatment for 7 days and completion of 3 treatment courses are recommended.

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