Erchonia Laser Therapy
Erchonia Laser is True Laser compliant as defined by Einstein and Bose who predicted LASER in 1924 and contemporary physicist Schawlow and Townes who brought LASER into the modern age. LASER is an acronym for Light Amplification by Simulation Emission of Radiation. Lasers are coherent or marked by logical consistency. Erchonia laser assures and maintains the classification via their unique patented process, which produces the emission of coherent light, generated at a precise and stable frequency and in a focused direction.
Erchonia laser is a low level laser, meaning that it does not emit heat and does not destroy tissue, instead it affects the cellular energy of the underlying tissue being treated. Low level lasers have an output below 10mw. It is used to provide LLLT low level laser therapy to stimulate cellular processes and thereby enhances biochemical reactions. Studies show that LLLT increases ATP production in the mitochondria of the cell. Since more energy is now available , the cell may utilize the fuel to function or operate more efficiently.
Erchonia laser provides a mechanism of action with photonic energy which is absorbed by the photo acceptor sites on the cell membrane which trigger a secondary messenger to initiate a cascade of intracellular signals that initiate, inhibit or accelerate biological processes such as wound healing, inflammation or pain management.
Low level Laser (3LT) has been used to successfully to help treat many conditions such as:
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Myofascial Trigger Points
- Osteoarthritis/ Degenerative Joint disease
- Rhematoid Arthritis
- Ligament and Tendon Injuries
- Plantar Fascitis
- Frozen Shoulder
- Tennis elbow
- Rotator Cuff Tear
- Carpal Tunnel syndrome
- Repetitive use disorders
- Soft tissue injuries
- Inflammation swelling
- Open tissue wound healing
- Scar Tissue Residual
- And more.
Erchonia laser is a 5W 635 nanometer laser, (red visible light spectrum is (600-800) nanometers.
Difference between Laser and Light emitting diodes
- Laser are monochromatic, collimated, and coherent.
- LEDs are neither coherent, nor collimated, and generate a broader band of wavelengths.
The peak power of LASERs is measured in watts and LEDs are measured in milliwatts. LEDs usually have a 50% duty cycle on, and off 50% of the time regardless of the frequency settings that are used.
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This information on this website is only intended as general summary information that is made available to the public. It is not intended to provide specific medical advice or to take the place of either written law or regulations. This device is not intended to treat any specific health issues that are in need of medical care.