Cold Laser Therapy (LLLT)

Also known as Low Level Laser Therapy. We are able to provide professional cold laser devices at lower prices by bypassing fancy brand names/packaging and shipping direct from the manufacturer.

Cold Laser Therapy (LLLT)

Also known as Low Level Laser Therapy. We are able to provide professional cold laser devices at lower prices by bypassing fancy brand names/packaging and shipping direct from the manufacturer.

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Low Level Laser Therapy

LLLT uses low levels of light to stimulate healing to targeted areas. The technique does not heat the body’s tissue but rather the body tissue absorbs the light. The red and near-infrared light cause a reaction, and the damaged cells respond with a physiological reaction that promotes regeneration.
It is used for pain relief, accelerated tissue regeneration and reduction of inflammation. Superficial tissue is commonly treated with wavelengths between 600 and 700 nanometers (nm). For deeper penetration, wavelengths between 780 and 950 nm are used. There is no sound, feeling, vibration or heat. The therapy is painless and noninvasive and only takes a few minutes per day.
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What Class Are Our Lasers?

Our LLLT lasers are class 3B and 4.
Class 3B lasers have a medium power level (less than 500mw) and include higher-powered LLLT. They emit visible light having wavelengths between 400-700nm and can cause eye injury up to 320m (1050 ft) away. Class 3B lasers are medium powered and should be used with caution. It may cause burns or heat damage. Laser safety eyewear is recommended while operating these lasers.
Class 4 lasers have a high power level of more than 500mW. Surgical lasers often referred to as hot lasers, are one example. It emits visible light of 400-700nm. They can cause eye injury from 640m (2100ft) away. Class 4 lasers are high-powered and should be used with extreme caution. These lasers can cause skin burns and can also burn heat-sensitive materials. Laser safety eyewear must be used while operating these lasers.
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