LASERTHERAPY







LASER is an acronym of Light Amplificator by Stimulated Emission Radiation.


The laser is therefore monochromatic electromagnetic radiation with a precise wavelength  and a variable emission power.


Particular materials, known as active media, if adequately excited produce electromagnetic radiation of characteristic 

wavelength and radiation.


The active devices can be solid, gaseous, semi-conducting ...; based on the type of active media, lasers are classified as 

lasers with solid status, gas, semiconducting or diode and coloured.


Lasers have various applications in the medical field and, for this field are subdivided into two fundamental categories: 

therapeutic lasers and surgical lasers.


Surgical lasers are characterised by high emission power and particularly collimated emission beams that

 generate vaporisation phenomena on body tissues.


Therapeutic lasers have lower emission powers and/or unfocused beams that induce therapeutic effects both 

on the surface layers of the skin and the tissue beneath, depending on the characteristics of laser emission.


The power of the lasers is measured in watt (W) or more commonly in milliwatt
for therapeutic lasers, and represents the quantity of energy emitted per second.


To obtain the total quantity of energy emitted in a given time, you must multiply the power by the emission time.
The unit of measurement of the total energy is the joule (J).


The laser is applied through scanning.

It involves the equipment having a system that executes a scanning movement with the beam on the area to treat. 


The beam is automatically deviated along the entire area. Thanks to the possibility of varying the area to treat, 

it is indicated for large, medium and small surfaces, the part to treat is located approx. 30 cm from the beam emission point.


Also from this point of view, the laser energy level to transfer has two application methods:

- by setting the treatment time;

- by setting the total energy of the treatment.



In the first case, the operator sets the laser power emission time of the equipment that corresponds to the treatment time. 

It is the most traditional method.


In the second case, the operator sets the total quantity of energy that must be emitted 

during the entire treatment expressed in joule/cm2. 


The equipment will emit for the entire time necessary to transmit this energy level. In general, this time

is automatically calculated, considering the power set, the modulation and the size of the area to treat.


Before starting the treatment, you are advised to ensure the skin is completely
clean and free of objects that could obstruct laser beam passage.


Always start treatment from the most painful point and then go to the point of origin of the pain.


Very often, treatment of some illnesses includes the application on multiple,
specific points of the body.




WE PRODUCE 3 LASER THERAPY DEVICES:


TRIPLE THERAPY


LUXWAVE


EASYONE EZ1




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810 nm - 10 Watt YAG 1064 nm - 15 Watt

Triple Therapy incorporates Level ’s twenty-old years of experience in the control of energy applied to medicine

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808 nm - 10 Watt or YAG 1064 nm - 10 Watt

Level invent the first scanning laser in the world, after 30 years the story is repeated. With innovative design and easy to use.

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Our best seller laser, the best selling in the world, in two versions of 5 Watt or 6 Watt. 

Scientific studies demonstrate unequivocally that EASYONE is the optimum for therapeutic use.

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