Both PEMF and Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) or Cold Laser Therapy offer excellent analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects which cannot be reproduced by natural light. By combining both modalities in a complete synchronization with each other, further enhancement of the individual technologies is achieved to stimulate healing and relieve pain without side effects.
20-30 MinutesIndividual treatments are tailored to each patients unique needs.
More Information about PEMF & LLLT
LLLT red phototherapy or Cold Laser Therapy activates skin cells with pulses of non-thermal light energy, deep under the skin. The cell converts that light energy into fuel (like photosynthesis in plants) in turn stimulating the cells to produce proteins and lipids which are essential for building and repairing of the skin.
One of the main components of LLLT action occurs in the mitochondria inside the cells and will be further enhanced by the unique combination of LLLT with PEMF.
LLLT's primary effects occur when light is absorbed within the mitochondria. Mitochondria are the cells responsible for converting nutrients into an energy carrier known as Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) and used by the cells for energy transfer. The biochemical processes of the cell are known as cellular respiration.
Cold Laser Therapy with sufficient power and density results in improved oxygenation and circulation. This is followed by restoration of ATP and results in reduction of oxidative stress. Normal mitochondrial function is restored and cell metabolism improved, speeding up the healing process.
Exposure to red low-level monochromatic wavelengths releases cytokines. Cytokines stimulate fibroblast proliferation and production of growth factors, influencing the inflammatory process, healing and wound repair, including improvement of postoperative open wounds.
Light absorption and electromagnetic energy enhance each other further by combining and pulse synchronizing PEMF with LLLT.