What is the value of pain relief? Pain is an everyday fact of life for many, a costly healthcare burden for the individuals who suffer and the families and communities that support them.
Physicians have the choice to provide safe, non-addictive treatment alternatives with therapeutic lasers. Lumix superpulsed lasers provide exceptional technology and exceptional patient outcomes.
Lumix superpulsed lasers at work:
- Reduce acute inflammation, swelling and bruising quickly
- Repair damaged tissue to improve healing and joint function
- Infuse injured cells with energy while helping remove toxins
- Reach deep targets in joints, deep muscles and organs
- Increase metabolism, improve vascular and immune function
- Relieve difficult neuropathic pain
- Speed wound healing, including burns
- Reduce scar formation
- Stimulate collagen production
- Provide pain relief without risk of opioid addiction
The Science Behind the Lumix Advantage
Albert Einstein established the physical principle of Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation (LASER) in 1917. Lasers emit tiny waves and frequencies of light in the form of electromagnetic particles called photons.
Surgical lasers convert laser energy into extreme heat, precisely cutting or vaporizing tissues. In contrast, therapeutic lasers deliver similar energy in microdoses so that cells safely absorb the laser energy. That laser energy, as photons, stimulates the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), a universal protein that provides fuel to the cells for metabolic function, growth and repair.
Lumix biostimulative lasers emit wavelengths and pulse rates that maximize pain relief and tissue regeneration for skin, nerve, muscle, ligament or bone.
This biostimulative process of promoting natural metabolism with photons is called photobiomodulation (PBM). With very short, high energy pulsing emissions, Lumix lasers provide the highest and safest tissue penetration available in therapeutic lasers.
Lumix superpulsed lasers pulse light beams of multiple therapeutic wavelengths that are only billionths of a second long, with high to very high peak power levels of 45 – 250 watts. This delivers light energy deeply into tissues for repair and pain relief, while avoiding the heat buildup of many other therapeutic lasers.