Therapeutic lasers represent an important resource for physiotherapy, and their efficacy on tissues becomes a fundamental requirement when choosing between the various machines available on the market. The operator needs to be able to treat both chronic and acute problems, guaranteeing the possible results.
Many pathologies which afflict the muscular system are at depth. When the cause of a pathology is at such depth, it becomes difficult to reduce the pain. In these cases laser therapy is of fundamental importance: the beneficial effects it can bring about facilitate optimal physical recovery.
An advantage of laser therapy is its ability to work at depth and to resolve the cause of the pathology at its point of origin. This characteristic can be attributed to two properties of the laser: wavelength and power.
As is known, different wavelengths have different properties in terms of diffusion and absorption by human tissues, and for each therapeutic objective it is possible to select the most suitable wavelength.
The emission power also increases the effectiveness of the laser, transmitting the beneficial effects to great depth. The greater the power transferred to the tissues, the greater the energy transmitted to the injury. Therefore power is the main carrier in the transfer of energy: LAZR triggers therapeutic effects in the deepest tissues.
The ability of the laser to penetrate to depth is often incorrectly attributed to only the wavelength.
In reality, the power has a fundamental role in the therapeutic action of the laser on tissues.
It is known that the power (Watts) represents the quantity of energy which can be transferred in one unit of time (1 Watt = 1 Joule for 1 second). Energy reduction is inversely proportional to the reference depth.
Greater power transmits more energy, overcoming the natural dispersion of the laser and reaching the seat of the injury (see diagram opposite).
The more energy transferred, the greater the quantity which can be assimilated by the tissues.
Therapeutic lasers represent an important resource for physiotherapy, and their efficacy on tissues becomes a fundamental requirement when choosing between the various machines available on the market. The operator needs to be able to treat both chronic and acute problems, guaranteeing the best possible results.
For this reason ITO has introduced a range of emission modes in a single laser, amplifying its efficacy.
Methodology has evolved, and now we can speak of a single treatment which is both flexible and constantly able to meet therapeutic needs: The innovative Multi-Mode Laser Therapy.
With a simple setting it is possible to choose between 7 emission modes, each with different benefits and characteristics - a range of possibilities with which to best treat the chronic and acute problems of patients.
● Continuous emission mode
● Stochastic E²C mode
● Single Impulse
● Pulsed Mode
● Burst Mode
● Antinf Mode
● Custom Mode
|Power supply||AC 100–240 V 50/60 Hz|
|Power||LAZR-207 Up to 7 W
LAZR-215 Up to 15 W
|Display||”Colour TFT 5.7” Touch-screen|
|Emission mode||Continuous emission mode
Stochastic E²C mode
|Preset Protocol||Over 60|
|Dimensions||320 (W) × 245 (D) × 130 (H) mm|