The Science Behind the Lumix Advantage

Albert Einstein established the physical principle of Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation (LASER) in 1917. He found that 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. Therapeutic lasers deliver similar energy in microdoses.  This ensures that cells safely absorb the laser energy without the heat buildup. Laser energy, as photons, stimulates the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). This universal protein provides cellular fuel that promotes 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 and 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 deepest and safest tissue penetration available in therapeutic lasers.  Lumix superpulsed biostimulative lasers pulse light beams of multiple therapeutic wavelengths. These pulses are only billionths of a second long with high to very high peak power levels of 45 – 250 watts. Lumix light energy repairs tissues deep within the body yet avoids the heat buildup of other therapeutic lasers.