PowerLaser devices are designed with a focus on user friendliness, ergonomic use, as well as a simple, stylish and aesthetic design. This means greater satisfaction for the user and it signals a high level of professionalism.
Our lasers are recommended by the World Association for photobiomoduLation Therapy (WALT) for therapeutic use.
They are HyperPulsed, the energy is delivered in impulses with a higher output power.
This ensures a deeper penetration and a more effective therapy without burn risk.
PowerLaser Pro1500 (1,500 mW - 808 nm) totally wireless and mobile, equipped with 3 laser diodes, it ensures greater freedom for both the practitioner and the patient when selecting the position and the treatment location. Single hand use.
Lithium Ion batteries. 3-year warranty.
GigaLaser has the world's largest therapy area of 500 cm2, is equipped with 36 Laser diodes, 144 Red and 144 Blue LEDs.
With only a touch, you can adjust the GigaLaser to either individually or simultaneously emit one, two or three wavelengths of therapeutic light, maximizing results and reducing number of treatments. 6 automatic programs, no need for operator presence.
Near Infrared - 808 nm (laser) - 18,000 mW.
This makes the GigaLaser stand out from its competitors. Near Infrared is significantly increasing the photo-therapeutic effect over the same treatment time and stimulate stressed cellular mitochondria to produce ATP at normalized levels, supercharging the natural healing process.
Red light - 660 nm (LED) - 9000 mW.
Absorbed mostly superficially from the tissue and is proven to provide a wide range of benefits including increased local micro-circulation, lymphatic drainage, collagen production and tissue repair.
Blue Light - 405 nm (LED) - 9000 mW.
Is proven to be effected in treating acne, rosacea, psoriasis, impetigo, Rosen (erysipelas) and eczema.
Number of laser: diodes 3
Treatment area: Medium size
Wave length: 808nm
Output power: 300-1500mW
Length: 9 in - Width: 1½ in
Weight (including battery): 7 oz
Battery capacity (Li): 1 hour
Recharging time: 2 hours
Treatment area: 77 inch2
Wave length: 808nm
Output power: 18,000mW
Red light wave length: 660nm
Red light output power: 9,000mW
Ble light wave length: 405nm
Blue light output power: 9,000mW
Height: 57in - Width: 28in - Depth: 22in
Weight: 154 lbs
RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI)
4 daily therapies = monthly income of $4,800 ($240x20 days)
Capital equipment cost = $148x60 - 6 months NO payments
Allowable Tax Savings = $2,208
Return On Investment = 3,140%
RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI)
4 daily therapies = monthly income of $9,600 ($480x20 days)
Capital equipment cost = $965x60 - 6 months NO payments
Allowable Tax Savings = $14,368
Return On Investment = 895%
Laser therapy is used extensively in Podiatry, Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy.
They deal daily with many different types of injuries, primarily those that affect the mobility and they need to help patients prevent and cure injuries and disorders in muscles, joints, the nervous system, and the circulatory system.
In these areas, laser can help accelerate the body’s own natural healing process.
Podiatrists and Physical Therapists are using laser therapy for:
Treatment of acute injuries, quicker healing and pain relief
Treatment of chronic conditions, pain relief and postponement of symptoms
Treatment of repetitive strain injuries, various forms of inflammation
The treatment with bio-stimulating laser is often combined with other treatments such as manipulation, shockwave, ultrasound
PowerLaser Pro is designed for professional practitioner in different treatment situations. It is battery driven, mobile and very handy. Selecting one of the 9 programs for the treatment of the individual patient is quick and easy and the treatment can take place effortlessly and in little time.
Acute injuries occur when joints and muscles in our body are exposed to a sudden trauma and thus burst or bruise.
The human body is built to naturally heal this type of damage.
Acute injuries that can be treated with laser therapy include sprains, pulled muscles, damage to ligaments, bumps, and bruises.
Blisters can be quite painful, if not treated.
Blisters are pockets of fluid that can occur in different places on the body depending on how they are generated.
Repetitive Strain Injuries
When the body has been overloaded for a long period of time, inflammation often occurs. These conditions can often be alleviated or deeply reduced by the use of laser therapy.
Epicondylitis is a form of musculoskeletal disorder that refers to an inflammation in the lateral or medial epicondyle.
In some variations, it is also known as tennis elbow, golfer's elbow or mouse arm.
Patellar tendinitis or jumper's knee, is a common cause of pain in the inferior patellar region, especially in athletes.
Jumper's knee commonly occurs in athletes who are involved in jumping sports such as handball, basketball and volleyball, or other sports that involve sudden direction changes like soccer, football and skating.
Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of the thick tissue on the bottom of the foot and can be well treated with laser therapy.
Achilles tendonitis is an overuse injury of the Achilles tendon, which connects the calf muscles to the heel bone. Achilles tendonitis can be treated with laser therapy.
Bursitis is inflammation in one or more bursae (fluid-filled pads that act as cushion among the bones, as well as the tendons and muscles near the joints). This condition can be treated with laser therapy.
Many people suffer from lower back pain. Lower back pain can be treated with GigaLaser therapy.
Tendonitis is an irritation or inflammation of tendon. It can occur in any of our tendons and can be treated with laser therapy.
Piriformis syndrome is irritation in the sciatic nerve (the long nerve that goes from the spinal cord to the buttocks and down the back of each leg), when the nerve is compressed by the piriformis muscle (located near the top of the hip joint). This condition can also be treated with laser therapy.
Hypertonia, or muscle tensions, in the scapula muscle is the increased tightness of muscle tone in the back and side of the neck. These muscle tensions can be treated with laser therapy.
The cause for carpal tunnel syndrome is a pinched nerve in the wrist. It can be treated with laser therapy.
Tendosynovitis and tendovaginitis are inflammation of a tendon sheath and can be treated with laser therapy.
Disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and whiplash are collectively known as chronic conditions. Many practitioners as well as their patients have experienced remarkable results after the use of laser therapy.
Neuropathy causes tingling or numbness, especially in the hands and feet. It affects a wide percentage of Americans and is caused by damage to a single or multiple nerves. There are different types, but peripheral neuropathy is the most common. Peripheral neuropathy can result from traumatic injuries, infections, metabolic problems, inherited causes and exposure to toxins. One of the most common causes is diabetes.
Many people with lower back pain suffer from Modic changes. Modic is changes in the vertebrae, either in the body of the vertebrae or in the end plates of the adjacent discs. Modic changes therefore often result from a slipped disc.
Osteoarthritis is a disorder that occurs when the cartilage on the ends of the joints starts to wear down and eventually disappears completely. This condition can be treated with laser therapy with the goal of reducing the pain and inflammation and accelerating the healing.
Whiplash is an injury where the muscles, joints, and nerves in the spine can all be affected. Whiplash can be treated with laser therapy.
Rheumatoid Arthritis is characterized by inflammation of many joints in the body. This condition can lead to severe damage of the articular cartilage. This condition can be treated with laser therapy.
Other Common Conditions
These are some of the many conditions that can be treated with cold lasers and where patients have reported significant improvements after laser treatment.
Warts can be totally removed with laser therapy.
A ganglion or ganglion cyst, can be treated with laser therapy.
Laser therapy can be used in healing bone fractures of different kinds. Laser can help reduce healing time.
Lipoma or skin lumps, can be treated with laser therapy.
Burns are characterized by the fact that the damage often affects deep layers of skin and tissue. Burns can be treated with laser therapy, with the purpose of reducing the pain and accelerating the healing.
Scar tissue can be treated with laser therapy, with the purpose of reducing the pain, swelling and discoloring.
Skin Surface Problems
Wounds, acne, eczema and cold sores are examples of external conditions/skin surface problems and all of them can be treated with cold lasers.
Different types of wounds, such as leg ulcers, bed sores and wounds from surgery, can all be treated with laser therapy. As early as the 1960's, during experiments on mice, scientists discovered by coincidence that low doses of laser have good healing effects on wounds.
Eczema is a skin condition that can result in itching different areas of the body. It is caused by an inflammation of the skin, which can be treated with laser therapy.
Sports Medicine is specialized in athletic performance, prevention and treatment of sports injuries.
Unfortunately, sports injuries happen very often. Injuries can often take weeks, even months, to heal up - sometimes leaving the player off the field for the rest of the season or longer.
Potentially with dire impact on their future in the sport.
Injuries occur in all types of sports and at all levels – from the professional athlete to the high school athlete to the dad who simply enjoys throwing the ball around with his kids on Sunday.
Common sports injuries include:
Football and Soccer
Knee injuries: especially to the ACL/PCL and menisci
GET BACK IN THE GAME - Accelerate natural healing
Laser therapy accelerates the natural healing process – by increasing the production of ATP (energy to the cells), and thereby:
Boosting the immune system
Increasing the blood flow
Laser therapy is helping the athlete get better – and back in the game – faster.
Laser therapy is therefore an excellent modality for sports medicine practitioners, and others who treat patients suffering from a sports injury.
More and more research is also showing benefits of laser therapy treatments before exercise: for enhancing performance, as well as decreasing fatigue and accelerating recovery after exercise.
Typical examples from practitioners who work with laser therapy:
Torn ligament heals in 6-8 days
Sprain heals in 6-8 days
Tendinitis heals in 3-4 weeks
Jumper’s Knee heals in 3-4 weeks
Tennis Elbow heals in 3-4 weeks
TACKLE SPORTS INJURIES WITH THE RIGHT TOOL
PowerLaser Pro and the GigaLaser are excellent tools for practitioners of sports medicine.
GigaLaser covers a large area, for instance the whole knee, ankle, or shoulder, plus it can be used unassisted, and is therefore very suitable in a clinic setting, for effective and effortless treatments.
PowerLaser Pro models are compact, handheld, and battery operated and therefore ideal for the practitioner on the go, for quick and effective treatments in the locker room, at away games etc.
PowerLasers are CE certified for the following indications:
PowerLasers are FDA approved for the following indications:
Temporary relief of minor muscle and joint pain and stiffness, minor arthritis pain, muscle spasm
Temporary increase in local blood circulation
Temporary relaxation of muscles