Rehabilitation and muscle conditioning equipment is becoming more innovative, practical and accessible. In that order, the power and qualities of the laser have been used by small devices that make the lives of athletes, fitness people, and people with injuries easier. Laser therapy brings together cutting-edge technology in very practical devices.

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What is laser therapy used for?

LASER stands for Light by Amplification Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Laser therapy is a technique in which laser is used through an electromagnetic spectrum energy device to facilitate biochemical activity in the human body. Energy must be measured and calibrated so as not to saturate the muscles, or so that it is not enough.

Laser therapy works as a medical treatment and uses a very intense beam of light to cut, cauterize or destroy tissue. The laser light beam does not pose a risk to the health of the patient or the medical team. But in the field of muscle rehabilitation, laser equipment has gained greater popularity. It has been used in injury recovery for several years, under the denominator of laser therapy, although currently there is a more advanced technique in which these devices are used, it is the high-intensity laser in physiotherapy .

Specifically, these are some of the cases where the use of laser therapy is common:

  • For treatments of injuries with associated pathologies , such as osteoporosis. In these cases, laser therapy is used instead of shock waves, which are more invasive.
  • It is used to mitigate pain and assist in healing, it can be used successfully in cruciate ligament or knee prosthesis surgery, affecting the scar.
  • It is used during the treatment of external scar in post-surgical patients.
  • Common in patients with plantar fasciitis problems, whether they are athletes or not.
  • Used in shoulder tendinopathies and retractile capsilutis (known as frozen shoulder).
  • Laser devices are implemented during acute phase treatments with a lot of pain .

How does the Therapeutic Laser work?

In physiotherapy, an electromagnetic beam is sent to a specific area of the human body for therapeutic purposes. Laser therapy acts on cells under the principles of biostimulation and photomechanical stimulation. The device modulates the different intensities to achieve the desired effect. The longer the wavelength, the greater the penetration capacity.

According to a study developed by Surugadai Nihon University Hospital, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Tokyo, Japan, the use of low-level laser in the treatment of sports injuries is 65.9%, a notable but partial figure. This is why many therapists have chosen to use high-intensity lasers for greater tissue penetration, with significant results.

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At Novasan Medical and Health Products we have a very varied stock of laser devices for laser therapy. We have devices at an excellent price, with the guarantee seal of the best brands. Trust our 30 years of experience and our specialized knowledge in the market.

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