Knee, Feet, Ankle, Shoulder, Back, Elbow, Hand, Joint & Muscle
Athletics System Injuries
Soft Tissue Injuries
Sports Injuries & Sprain
Wound & Ulcer Acupuncture
How do the the laser working for the inflammatory therapy?
- laser therapy improves Ca++ uptake in the mitochondria.(mitochondria in the red cells)
- ATP production and synthesis are significantly enhanced, contributing to cellular repair, reproduction and functional ability.
- Laser-mediated vasodilation enhances the transport of nutrients and oxygen to the damaged cells and facilitates repair and removal of cellular debris.
- Enhanced lymphocyte response.
- Increased angiogenesis.Laser-induced increases in NO and the growth factors.
- Decreased C-reactive protein and neopterin levels. Laser therapy has been shown to lower the serum levels of these inflammation markers, particularly in rheumatoid arthritis patients. Decreased marker levels are indicative that the combined effects of all LLLT-induced anti-inflammatory actions are effectively reducing the inflammatory process.
How do the laser therapy wound Healing?
- Enhanced leukocyte infiltration.
- Increased macrophage activity. LLLT accelerates macrophage activity in phagocytosis, growth factor secretion and stimulation of collagen synthesis.
- Increased neovascularization. Endothelial cell regeneration is accelerated.
- Increased fibroblast proliferation. LLLT stimulation increases collagen production.
- Early epithelialization. Laser-stimulated acceleration of epithelial cell regeneration speeds up wound healing, minimizes scarring, and reduces infection opportunities.
- Enhanced cell proliferation and differentiation. Laser-induced increases in NO, ATP and other compounds that stimulate higher activity in cell proliferation and differentiation into mature cells.
- Greater healed wound tensile strength. By increasing the amount of collagen production/synthesis and by increasing the intra and inter-molecular hydrogen bonding in the collagen molecules, laser therapy contributes to improved tensile strength.
How to Use?
1st week: Start with the secondary power on pulse mode
2nd week: Adjust to maximum power on pulse mode
3rd week: You can start using it on maximum power on constant mode
Please use 2-3 times a day for about 10-20 minutes. You can set 15x time settings, 15-60 minutes
Distance from Skin:
Keep a little distance of 1-2 inches away from the skin
What's the history of laser therapy pain?
Infrared light penetrates to the inner layers of the skin at about 2 to 7 centimeters deep. Hence, it reaches the muscles, nerves and even the bones. Many studies have shown that a frequency of infrared light, with wavelengths from 700 to 1,000 nanometers, is best used for healing inflammatory conditions.
The use of electricity for healing purposes began in 2,750 BC when people used electric eels to give electric shocks. Electricity and magnetism were used in people with just little success. However, in 1975, transcutaneous electrical stimulation (TENS) was developed to treat chronic pain. It was not until recently that infrared therapy was developed to improve wound healing, reduce the pain caused by arthritis, boost endorphin levels, and bioactivate neuromodulators.
1x Pain relief low-level cold laser device
1x Power adapter
1x Zipper carry case
1x Warranty card
1x safety glasses with case
1. Inside is lithium battery 5200mAh, it can be rechargeable .
2. 808nm and 650nm combine together
3. Working mode : Pulse and continuously can be selection
4. Treatment time can be adjusted
5. Power intensity can be adjusted also .
6. 17pcs laser beam in one device
7. Type C and USB charge port.
8.Safety switch controlled, to avoid the kids play it or wrong operation.
9.Easy to use.