Wuhan Dimed Laser Technology Co., Ltd
Dimedlaser - Proffessional Manufacture Of Medical Lasers
|Place of Origin:||China,Wuhan|
|Brand Name:||Dimed laser|
|Model Number:||Berylas 15FJ|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Packaging Details:||Pelican style case with wheel|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||50units per months|
|Usuage:||Class IV Deep Tissue Laser Therapy For Back Pain||Peak Power:||30watts|
|Maximum Average Power:||20watts||Protocols:||Preset Protocols And Custom Protocols|
|Repetition Rate:||0.2Hz- 50KHz||Spot Size:||15mm/20mm/25mm/30mm|
Class IV Deep Tissue Laser Therapy For Back Pain / Laser Therapy For Sports Injuries
Over the past 20 years, technology has had a profound impact on the chiropractic profession. Among emerging technologies, therapeutic lasers are increasingly taking a more prominent position in treatment of chronic back and neck pain, lower back pain, sports injuries, and musculoskeletal conditions. Therapeutic lasers have had a dramatic impact on chiropractors’ ability to target and accelerate healing of injured soft tissue, resulting in noteworthy outcomes. They have a place in just about every back pain clinic. In fact, chiropractors are also seeing greater numbers of informed patients who are actively seeking laser therapy treatment for their pain.
|Laser Type||GaAlAs Diode Laser|
|Operation Mode||CW, Single Or Repeat Pulse|
|Pulse Duration||10us- 3s|
|Repetition Rate||0.2Hz- 50KHz|
|Pilot Beam||Red Diode Laser Of 650nm, Power<5mW|
|Control Mode||True Color Touch Screen(7 inches,resolution 600*1024)|
|Transmission System||Medical Fibers With SMA905 Connector|
Class IV Advantages
With so many different lasers available, it can be confusing to figure out which one is right for your chiropractic clinic. But the therapeutic features and benefits of Class IV lasers are so significant that a growing number of doctors are considering including them in their arsenal of therapeutic treatment tools.
Compared to Class IIIa and Class IIIb therapy lasers, Class IV therapy lasers deliver more energy per unit of time, and therefore can deliver therapeutic dosages of laser light to a larger volume of tissue in a shorter period of time. Class IV lasers are most successful in treating chronic and deeper-seated soft-tissue problems. Class IV lasers also successfully enable regeneration and help to fight infection.
Deeper healing and pain relief is best achieved using Class IV lasers.
Technical profile of laser therapy
Power – Class IV lasers include all those lasers above 0.5 watts. Class IIIa lasers are continuous wave, intermediate lasers. These have a power output of 1-5 milliwatts. Class IIIb lasers may deliver continuous or pulsed wave. These have a power output up to 500 milliwatts, or 0.5 watts.
The Class IV laser can deliver a therapeutic dose of laser light faster than a Class III laser. To illustrate this, consider the following: the current accepted dosage for superficial pain is 2-4 Joules per centimetre; and for deep-lying pain 4-10 Joules per centimetre. If the condition being treated is deep-lying lumbar pain, the area being treated could be 100-400 centimetres.2 This equates to a total treatment dosage of 400-4,000 Joules. A Class IIIb laser with a 0.5-watt output would take anywhere from 13-133 minutes to administer this dosage. A Class IV therapy laser would deliver the same dosage in less than 10 minutes.
Higher wattage has been shown to reach a deeper target. This is because a sufficient number of photons produces the desired primary effects of photobiomodulation. For example, two watts would be used for lateral epicondylitis, five watts for cervical pain, or seven watts for lumbar pain.3 It’s important to understand which dose is the most effective for the condition being treated. But what is preferable is having a therapeutic laser in your hand that is equipped with customization features to make your treatments optimally efficient and safe.
By implementing proper use and safety precautions, the Class IV laser can be used safely and effectively, mitigating such risks as injury to the eyes. Training is readily available for you and your staff; in fact, it’s required. There is every reason for Class IV laser treatments to be delivered without side-effect or harm.
Depth of Penetration – Therapeutic lasers deliver photons (packets of light). These photons travel into and through soft tissue. When laser photons hit the skin’s surface, they will reflect, absorb, transmit or scatter.
As they move further in from the skin surface, the photons are also absorbed by hemoglobin, melanin and water. Some photons eventually reach the mitochondria and cell membranes of low-lying cells, where the energy is absorbed by chromophores and is converted to chemical kinetic energy within the cell. Results are photochemical and biostimulative.
Photon density decreases as it travels through tissue, to the point that it is so low that no biological effect of the light can be measured. The ideal effective depth of an infrared therapy laser for primary photon-tissue interaction is conservatively four centimetres.
The Class IV laser is designed to deliver photons within this ideal depth for maximum healing effect.
Wavelength is a direct factor in determining how deep laser light can penetrate soft tissue. Chromophores absorb laser photons with wavelengths between 400 and 1100 nanometres, with those in the 800 nm range being the deepest penetrating. With a Class IV infrared laser, the scattered photons create an egg-shaped volume of treated tissue. The effective depth of penetration is roughly four centimetres. This means the primary interaction of photons with the target cells(s) will occur through that depth.