Discover the Power of Healing Lasers

What are Healing Lasers?

Many different terms are used to describe healing lasers – Low Level Laser, Low Intensity Laser, Low Power Laser, Cold Laser, Biostimulation Laser, Photobiostimulation Laser, LLLT, and a number of others. They all refer to the same theory of operation for non-surgical therapy lasers. These lasers do not damage the tissue and should never be confused with the surgical, burning, or cutting lasers.

While we make absolutely no medical claims in the U.S., clinical trials in Europe have proven low-level lasers to be highly effective as part of an overall treatment regime for conditions such as:

Anti-Aging:

Reduce wrinkles
Make scars less visible
Tighten large pores
Elevate pock marks
Improve skin tone
Give a temporary radiance to the skin
Soften chapped lips
Accelerate wound healing

Chronic Pain:

Trigeminal neuralgia
Post herpetic neuralgia
TMJ
Sciatica
Chronic backs/necks
Metatarsalgia
Ankylosis spondylitis
Plantar fascitis

Soft Tissue / Sports Injuries:

Joint Conditions / Tennis Elbow
Sprains & Strains,
Hematomas,
Acute backs / necks
Osteoarthritis
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Capsulitis
Dupuytrens Contracture
Carpal Tunnel
Bursitis
Tendonitis / Tensynovitis
Ankulosis spondyitis,
Sympathetic Dystrophy
Bruises

Dermatology:

Acne
Eczemal Dermatitis
Psoriasis
Shingles
Cold Sores / Herpes
Cuts
Blisters
Warts & Verrucae
Ulcers
Herpes Simplex
Pressure Sores
Chapped Skin
Burns
Spider Veins

Fractures:

Small Bone
Non Union
Green Stick
Rib Pain

Other Uses:

Gingivitis
Dental Ulcer
Sinusitis Rhinitis
Stimulation of Acupuncture / Meridian Points (See the Meridian Laser Techniques manual)

 

The most important aspect of healing lasers for therapeutic use is the pure, single wavelength, measured in nanometers (nm). The lower the nanometers the shorter the wavelength. The higher the nanometers, the longer the wavelength. Low nanometer lasers have short wavelengths, such as those used in x-ray equipment, while higher nanometer lasers have longer wavelengths. In lasers with a wavelength above 600nm, like the SL50 Home Laser, Softlaser Plus, and e-Tox laser, the light will not damage DNA and are extremely safe and therapeutically viable – and are even being used successfully on animals (dogs, cats, and horses), both in home use and in veterinary treatments.

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About the SL50 Evolution Home Laser

SL50 Demonstration

 

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