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Cold Laser Therapy Protocols Books

May 17, 2017 by Kalon Prensky 0 comments

OVER 250 COLD LASER THERAPY PROTOCOLS NOW AVAILABLE IN NEW eBOOK

NEW eBOOK – on Cold Laser Therapy – Reveals how to treat hundreds of issues with a laser probe.
Mr. Prensky, 15 Year Laser Specialist, has recently completed writing a new eBook that’s now available for instant download.

Cold Laser Therapy – Over 250 Protocols made easy – the 22 AcuPoint HEALING SYSTEM.
Bonus: Includes two popular Auricular Therapy Charts for many additional treatment options.
Recently updated to also include numerous Acupoint Charts of the hands and feet. 

You can learn more about what’s contained in the eBook here:

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Now you can receive the ORIGINAL 250 Protocols made easy eBook with the 22 Acu-Point Healing System plus a comprehensive overview of the Micro-Systems including numerous charts such as 2 Auricular Therapy Charts, and detailed hand and foot charts. I love working with the Micro-Systems because it’s so easy, and soon you will too.

PLUS, you will receive for FREE, Mr. Prensky’s newest eBook just released with over 250 Additional Picture Based Protocols with 283 pages of valuable information.

THAT’S 2 BOOKS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE
 a Virtual Library of OVER 500 PROTOCOLS

This Additional Must-Have AcuPoint Protocol Guide contains over 283 pages of valuable information that you can use to support optimal wellness, health and healing.

This eBook features an easy to use Visual Depiction of Corresponding AcuPoint Protocols for over 250 common Issues, followed by Q&A, Clinical Studies, a comprehensive overview on Cold Laser Therapy, plus how and why it works. You are going to love it!

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Laser Wavelength and Therapeutic Window

March 23, 2017 by Kalon Prensky 0 comments

The two most studied and used wavelength ranges are red laser and near Infrared Laser

Coldlasersupplies.com and Quantum-Healing-Lasers.com offer a generous selection of therapeutic lasers that operate in the range of the most commonly proven wavelengths, which are used in the majority of the practitioner-grade products.

Many people are confused about finding and choosing the right wavelength. This article will help you to more confidently wade through the noise, hype and claims and make a more educated decision. The obscure 1064nm wavelength for example, falls in the NIR category at the far end of the Infrared Laser Spectrum. Even if there were an individual study that showed promising results for some condition,  I do not believe that it would produce superior results than the 780nm to 905nm wavelength range of lasers that are more commonly available. These are the ones that are most highly used and promoted for the simple reason that they work.

Although some manufacturers or researchers have made claims of effectiveness in certain situations for an obscure wavelength, doesn’t necessarily mean that other wavelengths would not produce similar or even better results.

The wavelength of the light significantly affects depth of penetration and it interacts with tissue in the body. Although there is no one right answer, the general consensus is as follows:

  • Using different wavelengths allows more flexibility in a treatment. Each wavelength can affect cells in a slightly different way. This provides the option for several different mechanisms to treat the same or multiple issues in a single client.
  • Infrared diodes in the 800nm range (780nm to 830nm) are best for deep tissue work because they are not quickly absorbed by hemoglobin or water.
  • Many higher-end and more expensive cold lasers and super pulsed lasers offer wavelengths in the 904nm and 905nm range, because they have proven results over many year of successful application.
  • Class IV lasers commonly use the 980nm wavelength. They share some therapeutic characteristics 780nm to 850nm lasers, however the bulk of the energy goes to creating thermal gradients in the H2O that increase circulation and blood flow. The increase in circulation allows the bodies natural healing process to accelerate. Consequently, the Class IV lasers have become quite popular for high-end pain control and some doctors prefer the 980nm system due to quicker treatment times and high level of pain control. Additionally, 980nm can also serve well in some cases for a surgical laser. The flipside to 980nm is that much of the energy converts into heating water in tissue, which is great for laser surgery but less productive for therapy.
  • Emitters in the 600nm to 660nm range are recommended for treating, inflammation, root nerve, acupuncture and trigger points. Red light lasers are great for soft tissues and small joints, with shallow penetration. They are useful as a guiding light when used in combination with infrared lasers.
  • The growing consensus in the cold laser industry is that multiple wavelengths are needed to most effectively treat the widest range of conditions. The type of healing needed will dictate to the laser user which wavelength is preferred. For example, Red lasers are great for soft tissue and offer the strongest anti-inflammatory effects, and Infrared Lasers deliver a significantly longer wavelength, typically down to the bone level and are preferred for hard tissue issues such as bones, tendons, ligaments, spine and large and small joints of the musculoskeletal system.
  • Fortunately, protocols that call for treatment of acupoints (acupuncture points) can be treated with nearly all of the therapeutic wavelength lasers because an acupoint is close to the surface of the skin as revealed by heat and skin resistance sensors. These points are revealed as a small explosion of heat beneath the skin. Anything you can do with a needle, you can do with a laser, just faster, easier, more effectively and completely painlessly.

NEW BOOK NOW AVAILABLE – Cold Laser Therapy – Reveals how to treat 250 Common Issues with a laser probe. It’s called,

Cold Laser Therapy – Over 250 Protocols made easy – the 22 AcuPoint HEALING SYSTEM. Also includes two popular Auricular Therapy Charts for many additional treatment options. 
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The ailments are listed in alphabetical order with suggested points and a reference of images and written descriptions of point location, depicting the precise body point for treating with  your cold laser. Below is an example of the image files that are presented with each condition. As you can see, the points are clearly shown so that anyone can find them. They also come with a description of how to find them with ease and precision. Also included are two BONUS Auricular therapy charts for easy treatment of many more issues.

Acupressure Analysis Computer Program

Cold Laser Power Level, Dosage, Protocols and Size of Treatment Area

In addition to wavelength, other factors that can be equally important to the effectiveness of cold lasers are power level, accuracy of the dosage, range of the protocols, and the size of the treatment area. Other factors to consider before purchasing a cold laser are the warranty period, build quality, device interface and of course, the overall safety of the product. In reality, it seems like all the cold lasers on the market have a unique value proposition (cost versus benefit) and they are all good at helping people with pain management and healing.

Therapy Laser Cellular Targets

The Therapeutic Window

So in some cases therapist are targeting the circulatory system so they use 660nm and 905nm but if you are treating deep damaged tissue like many structural problem, you want to push the energy as deep as possible. Below is a modified graph of the energy absorption by wavelength for hemoglobin HbO2 and Hb (per the University of Essex). Variations of this graph are used across the web. I have added in the absorption of light energy by H2O in purple. This graph show a low spot in the absorption of light where light can travel the greatest distance. This low spot is called the therapeutic window. There is a lot of literature emphasizing the therapeutic window and how it is used to predict the best wavelength for therapy lasers. Recent developments show that each wavelength has advantages but 800 to 860nm could be the best wavelength if you can only choose one because it has the best combination of depth of penetration (low absorption), cellular interaction and energy transfer efficiency.

Is There A Magic Wavelength?

No. Some manufacturers say one wavelength is the “magic” wavelength and other wavelengths, in the therapeutic window, are less effective for healing. If you study specifications for laser diodes, you will typically see that lower cost “810nm” diode can range from 800nm to 860nm when tested. For an additional cost, a diode manufacturer will pick and choose diodes from a larger run if you need a tight-tolerance higher-cost diode but most manufacturer do not do this. They purchase standard tolerance diodes so your 830nm laser could be actually operating at 800nm. If you check the specs on a 660 nm laser diodes like the ones used in medical lasers, you will find that the manufacturer specs the range from 635 nm to 670 nm. That means that a 660 nm laser might be 635 nm and vice versa.

Don’t be fooled by anyone who says that 660 nm is better than 635 nm or that 830nm is better than 810nm or any laser claiming they have a superior wavelength within the tolerance of a standard laser diode. They could easily be the exact same diode but the manufacturer is over-marketing a non-existent difference.

The actual output wavelength is also based on the temperature of the diode. The output change for a typical IR diode is 0.3nm/oC so the wavelength when you first turn a system on (20oC) will be 3 to 10 nanometers less than it would be at the full operating diode temperature (up to 40oC). This also shows that any manufacturer that is saying their system has a superior specific wavelength is probably over-marketing.

Emphasis on the higher frequency ranges (IR) and deeper penetrations are echoed by a majority of cold laser manufacturers. Although each manufacturer insists that their wavelength is optimal, there is no general consensus on the sweet spot. For some conditions the lower wavelength is best and sometimes a higher wavelength is best therefore, having a system that is capable of dual wavelengths gives you the most flexibility.

NEW – BREAKING NEWS!

AVANT has achieved what no other laser has ever done at this point in COLD LASER HISTORY, until now. They have just released their newest laser, the LZ30-Z which delivers a huge amount of safe power in both Red and IR and fits in the palm of your hand, with variable Hz frequencies and easy to navigate, preloaded protocol settings. It’s unheard of in the industry. Super easy to use, ultra-portable, all digital and works wonders on a wide range of conditions. AVANT has done it again!

The ultimate laser for practitioners who appreciate having a small, portable, pocket size laser that delivers more power, protocols and frequency combinations than 99% of all desktop cold lasers in both red and infrared wavelengths. The ultimate in fast and effective treatments.

AVANT LZ30-Z FEATURES:

  • 1400mW of power at 808 nanometer wavelength.
    This is the infrared wavelength for deep PAIN RELIEVING penetration to the bone. Compare with ML830, which uses three 33mW diodes = 100mW Total Power. LZ30-Z has 14 times the power of a 100mW laser. Like having 14 of the other brand lasers in the palm of your hand.
  • 1000mW of power at 637 nanometer wavelength.
    This is the red wavelength for superior anti-inflammatory effects and injury recovery of all soft tissue issues, nerves, gums, wounds, burns, shallow muscles. Compare with PL5000 Erch, which has four 5mW red laser diodes at 635 nanometer, which = 20mW of power.
    With AVANT LZ30-Z & LZ30-X Lasers you get both red and infrared laser wavelengths in the highest power ever offered. The dual wavelength digital system can work with your choice of simultaneously or individually, with a large selection of preset Hz frequency pulsed protocols. Super easy to use, and fits in your pocket! AMAZING!!!

AVANT LZ30-Z Professional Use Cold Laser System with Maximum Power 1400mW of Infrared laser, plus 1000mW of red laser.
DUAL WAVELENGTHS, can be used individually or together along with up to 500 preset frequency settings through the digital interface.

AVANT LZ30-X Professional Use Cold Laser System with Maximum Power 900mW of Infrared laser, plus 250mW of red laser.
DUAL WAVELENGTHS, can be used individually or together along with up to 500 preset frequency settings through the digital interface.

AVANT lasers include a generous 3-year top-to-bottom warranty and unlimited support plan.

READ MORE & See all AVANT LZ30 Laser Options

Call a Laser Specialist for support Toll Free 1-888-824-7558 or 808-572-2995

 

 

All NEW AVANT LZ30-Z Powerful Portable Cold Laser

November 22, 2016 by Kalon Prensky 0 comments

NEW – BREAKING NEWS!

AVANT has achieved what no other laser has ever done at this point in COLD LASER HISTORY, until now. They have just released their newest laser, the LZ30-Z which delivers a huge amount of safe power in both Red and IR and fits in the palm of your hand, with variable Hz frequencies and easy to navigate, preloaded protocol settings. It’s unheard of in the industry. Super easy to use, ultra-portable, all digital and works wonders on a wide range of conditions. AVANT has done it again!

The ultimate laser for practitioners who appreciate having a small, portable, pocket size laser that delivers more power, protocols and frequency combinations than 99% of all desktop cold lasers in both red and infrared wavelengths. The ultimate in fast and effective treatments.

AVANT LZ30-Z FEATURES:

  • 1400mW of power at 808 nanometer wavelength.
    This is the infrared wavelength for deep PAIN RELIEVING penetration to the bone. Compare with ML830, which uses three 33mW diodes = 100mW Total Power. LZ30-Z has 14 times the power of a 100mW laser. Like having 14 of the other brand lasers in the palm of your hand.
  • 1000mW of power at 637 nanometer wavelength.
    This is the red wavelength for superior anti-inflammatory effects and injury recovery of all soft tissue issues, nerves, gums, wounds, burns, shallow muscles. Compare with PL5000 Erch, which has four 5mW red laser diodes at 635 nanometer, which = 20mW of power.
    With AVANT LZ30-Z & LZ30-X Lasers you get both red and infrared laser wavelengths in the highest power ever offered. The dual wavelength digital system can work with your choice of simultaneously or individually, with a large selection of preset Hz frequency pulsed protocols. Super easy to use, and fits in your pocket! AMAZING!!!

AVANT LZ30-Z Professional Use Cold Laser System with Maximum Power 1400mW of Infrared laser, plus 1000mW of red laser.
DUAL WAVELENGTHS, can be used individually or together along with up to 500 preset frequency settings through the digital interface.

AVANT LZ30-X Professional Use Cold Laser System with Maximum Power 900mW of Infrared laser, plus 250mW of red laser.
DUAL WAVELENGTHS, can be used individually or together along with up to 500 preset frequency settings through the digital interface.

AVANT lasers include a generous 3-year top-to-bottom warranty and unlimited support plan.

READ MORE & See all AVANT LZ30 Laser Options

Call a Laser Specialist for support Toll Free 1-888-824-7558 or 808-572-2995

Cold Laser Studies for Knee Pain

August 1, 2016 by Kalon Prensky 0 comments

Cold Laser Studies Prove Positive Results for Knee Pain and Cartilage Regeneration

Studies on Cold Laser Therapy and its Effects on Cartilage Regeneration

By Dr Schnee · July 12, 2010

Over the years, several studies have been performed to determine the effects of cold laser therapy on cartilage regeneration.

One study took a cartilage sample from the right knee of a 19 year old patient.  Chondrocytes (cartilage cells) were isolated and suspended for cultivation, and cultures were incubated for 10 days.  The cultures were then separated into 4 groups. The first three groups of cultures received cold laser treatments for 10 minutes for five consecutive days.  Each culture had different laser parameters assigned to it.  Group 4 was the control group and did not receive any treatments.   The Groups that were treated with laser showed great results in terms of cell viability and higher levels of Calcium and alkaline phosphate as compared to the untreated group.  This study concluded that laser therapy improved chondrocyte activity without causing any damage to the cell.

And in a separate study published in Biotechnology cold laser therapy was performed on holes drilled in mice’s ears to determine if cartilage would grow back.  Mice were chosen as the subject because the chondrocytes (cartilage cells) in mice’s ears are similar to those in human cartilage.   In the study, holes were drilled in both ears.  The left ear was treated with cold laser therapy while the right ear was left untreated.  The results indicated thatafter two days only the treated ear  showed clear evidence of perichondrium (precursor to cartilage) while the untreated ear showed NONE.  After four days the treated ear had significant ingrowth of perichondrium into the holeversus the control group were there was only an active perichondrium zone.  Macroscopical and histological examinations revealed that cold laser therapy had a direct effect on cartilage regeneration.

Dr. Schnee’s Cold Laser Knee Program helped patients who were diagnosed with ‘bone on bone’ knee pain, and osteoarthritis of the knee experience knee pain relief so that they could avoid knee surgery.

1.Biostimulation Of Human Chondrocytes With Ga-Al-As Diode Laser: ‘In Vitro’ Research. Morrone G, Guzzardella G A, Tigani D Et Al. Lasers Surg Med. 1997;21(5):480-4.

2. THE INFLUENCE OF LOW LEVEL INFRA RED LASER THERAPY ON THE REGENERATION OF CARTILAGE TISSUE P.Lievens , Ph.Van Der Veen.  Biotechnology. 2000; 28(2):193-201.

 

Cold Laser Research

Here are just a handful studies that show how effective cold laser treatment for knee pain is:

There are over 35 years of worldwide clinical success, 2,500 published papers and 120 randomized, controlled trials for cold lasers.   It is the only therapeutic modality with a cumulative effect on cells and tissues.   Both NASA and the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency have engaged in cold laser therapy research over the last decade, with noteworthy success.

The Effect of Low Power Laser Therapy (Cold Laser) on Osteoarthritis of the Knee

Basirnia A., Sadeghipoor G., Esmaeeli Djavid G. et al.   Radiol Med (Torino).1998 April; 95 (4):303-9.
…We achieved significant improvement in pain relief and quality of life in 70% of patients.

Positive Outcomes for Infrared diode laser in low reactive-level laser therapy (cold laser) for knee osteoarthritis.

M.A. Trelles, J.Rigau, P. Sala, G. Calderhead, T. Ohshiro. Laser Therapy, (1991): 3(4): 149-153.
82% reported significant removal of pain and recovery of joint mobility.   Cold Laser Therapy is concluded to be a safe effective and noninvasive alternative to conventional surgical and medical treatment modalities for DJD patients.

The Influence Of Low Level Infra Red Laser Therapy On The Regeneration Of Cartilage Tissue.

P. Lievens, Ph. Van der Veen.Abstract from Laser Florence 2002. Laser in Medical Science. 2002:17(4).
This study concerns the influence of Laser treatment on the regeneration process of cartilage tissue.   There is no need saying that the regeneration of cartilage tissue is a very big problem in rheumatic diseases for example. The lack of blood supply is one of the most important factors involved. Lots of previous publications give us proof of the regeneration capacities of Laser Therapy.   In this study we have chosen to experiment on cartilage tissue of the ear of mice….Microscopic as well as histological evaluations were performed on the cartilage regeneration of both ears… After the second day, only in the irradiated group there is a clear activation of the perichondrium (the connective tissue surrounding cartilage).

Beneficial Effects of Laser Therapy in the early stages of Rheumatoid Arthritis onset

Ailioaie C, Lupusoru-Ailioaie LM.   Laser Therapy (1991) 11(2); 9-87
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of laser therapy in pain reduction and /or recovery of patients at the onset of Rheumatoid Arthritis, comparatively with the traditional non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS).   Group 1 received laser therapy, Group 2 received placebo laser therapy, Group 3 was treated with only NSAIDS….The overall efficacy rate in these studies was 86% in the first group (who just had laser), 50% in the placebo group, and 40% in the NSAIDS treated group.  After 4 months of treatment, our investigations showed the laser therapy group promoted the restoration of function, relieved pain and limited the complications of Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Improvement of Pain and disability in elderly patients with degenerative osteoarthritis of the knee treated with low power light therapy (cold laser therapy)

Stelian J, Gil I , Beni-Habot, Rosenthal M, Abramovici I, Kutok N, Khalil A. Journal American Geriatric Society.   (January 1992) 40 (1); 23-26.
Low power light therapy (Cold laser therapy) is effective in relieving pain and disability in degenerative osteoarthritis of the knee.

Cold Lasers, Electrical Stimulation Curb Knee Pain

Boggs, Will MD. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders. (June 22, 2007).
People with knee pain caused by osteoarthritis may find relief with… electrical nerve stimulation, (and) low-level laser therapy (cold lasers), research shows.
…Electrical stimulation and low-level laser therapy have fewer and less severe side-effects than NSAIDS, and unlike oral drugs they seem to… maintain the positive effect for some weeks after treatment has stopped…
Dr. Bjordal, MD said, “In our opinion, there is currently more short-term potential in refining these safe treatment methods for osteoarthritis than there are for drugs.”

Laser Therapy More Effective than Medication?

…From the findings of a recent Norwegian Health Technology Assessment Report, laser therapy was given the potential of becoming at least twice as effective as NSAIDS(non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), if applied with optimal dose and energy… Although the number of laser trials is still smaller than for NSAIDS, the unequivocal scientific findings so far, has earned cold laser therapy a top spot in levels of evidence and treatment recommendations for knee osteoarthritis issued by the Norwegian Drug Agency.

Non-Drug Alternative for the Management of Chronic Pain

Chow RT, David MA, Armati PJ. 830nm laser irradiation induces varicosity formation, reduces mitochondrial membrane potential and blocks fast axonal flow in small and medium diameter rat dorsal root ganglion neurons: implications for the analgesic effects of 830nm laser: J Peripher Nerv Syst. 2007 Mar; 12(1):28-39.
Most dramatically and recently, Australian researchers have identified a direct effect on the flow of cellular materials down the long axon that makes up the “wiring” of nerve cells. Researchers have discovered that laser-induced neural blockade is a consequence of such changes and provides a mechanism for…laser induced pain relief. The application of low level laser therapy for chronic pain may provide a non-drug alternative for the management of chronic pain.

Breakthrough in the Relief of Chronic Pain Without Drugs!

Goepp, Julius MD. Life Extension. October 2008: 63-70.
Dr. Norquist discusses his clinical outcomes for patients that received low-level laser treatments. “Out of 300 patients more than 90% have reported total pain relief. And more than half the others have experienced at least partial relief of their pain after 10 full treatments. Only about 2-3% of patients have truly had no beneficial effects.”

Cold Laser Research for Knee Pain

These are overwhelmingly positive results from various Cold Laser Therapy Studies on the Treatment of Knee Pain.  Knee pain doctors continue to use Cold Laser Therapy to Relieve Knee Pain with great success. Many individuals report getting their own Scalar Wave Laser and using it at home to accomplish similar or better results due to the ease and convenience of getting more cold laser therapy treatments more often.

Essential Educational links about the Quantum Scalar Wave Laser, which many practitioners and home users use with great success:

*Intro to the SWL Features *Home Laser Therapy & Pain Relief
*Healing Process Revealed  *Clinical Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy
Order Info, Prices and 5 Cold Laser Packages to Choose from

Infrared Low Level Laser Therapy Uses and Benefits

September 17, 2014 by Kalon Prensky 0 comments

Infrared Low Level Laser Therapy Uses and Benefits Revealed

Most people confuse Infrared Low Level Laser, which is near Infrared with Far Infrared devices such as saunas and heat lamps. These two treatment technologies, while both valuable, are completely different. Near Infrared Laser is the only form of Infrared therapy that delivers a multi-faceted therapeutic result, which incorporates increased cellular energy in the form of ATP. Near Infrared comes exclusively from Low Level lasers AKA Cold Lasers. It is the premier technology for treating all musculoskeletal and pain applications, and much more.

Infrared Low Level Laser Therapy is being used by tens of thousands of home users and practitioners all over America, Canada and worldwide for relief from pain & inflammation. It is a proven technology with a nearly 40 year track record, and it received FDA clearance in the US in 2002. Infrared cold laser therapy is being used successfully to treat all types of injuries including: back pain, runner’s injuries, knee injuries, hand injuries, neck pain, head pain, shoulder pain, kidney pain, plantar fasciitis, and neurological diseases. Specialized practitioners are using Infrared cold laser to treat Myofascial trigger points, phantom pain, frozen shoulder, plantar fasciitis, acute muscle strains, muscle pulls and repetitive-use-injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), tennis elbow, golfers elbow, bursitis and tendonitis.

Lay people who want regular treatments are getting their own Infrared Lasers because they are excited to be able to treat themselves frequently in the comfort of their own home. Practitioners are expanding their practice and their income by utilizing infrared cold laser therapy to treat a wide range of conditions. Many practitioners are trained to use an 830 nm Cold Laser for treating many conditions including neck pain, shoulder pain, elbow pain, wrist pain, hip pain, knee pain, ankle pain, hand therapy, chronic headache relief, fibromyalgia, neuropathy, & nerve regeneration. Practitioners are becoming more familiar with another form of Infrared Laser Therapy that utilizes the 905 nm, super pulsed Infrared low level laser with advanced frequency medicine capabilities called the Terraquant Laser.

While results were good before, they are even better now with the whole line of Terraquant Lasers, thanks to frequency medicine (measured in Hz), and the extra deep penetrating super pulsed technology. While simple continuous wave (CW), 830 nm, low level lasers may penetrate up to 3″ into the body. Super pulsed lasers utilizing the longer 905 nm Infrared wavelength are capable of deeper penetration up to 5″, which means more photon energy being delivered to target tissue, thus producing better results. Additionally, the Terraquant line of super pulsed lasers all incorporate additional variances of energy medicine therapy simultaneously in the form of red 670 nm LED’s and magnetic resonance, which creates ground-breaking results for pain relief, increased blood circulation and anti-inflammatory effects. Many practitioners and home users are making the switch to super pulsed Infrared low level laser therapy. Thanks to the OTC (over the counter) FDA clearance, anyone can purchase the Terraquant Laser system without a license or prescription. It is super safe and easy to apply.

With the Terraquant line of Super Pulsed Infrared Lasers, customers, lay-people and practitioners are getting great results treating common pain complaints without drugs or surgery, but they are also experiencing very positive results treating less common and more difficult to treat conditions such as: Dyspareunia, Vulvodynia, Lichen Schlerosis, Interstitial Cystitis, Endometriosis, Post-Surgical Scar Pain, Bladder Pain, and Pelvic Floor Muscle Spasms. The beauty of treating these challenging conditions with a low level laser is that it is completely natural, non-invasive, painless, safe and easy to do, even on ones self. Many people begin to experience relief after the first treatment and remarkable healing is frequently experienced with ongoing treatments.

For a free consultation with a laser specialist, call toll free 888-824-7558

Disclaimer: No medical claims are intended or implied. For medical advice please consults a practitioner. This article is for informational purposes only.

© by Kalon Prensky 2014