The new LaserStim™ emitter is the first of its kind, a hybrid emitter that provides both light therapy and TARGET technology (Treatment Area Recognition and Guidance Enhanced Technology). This emitter was specifically designed for pain and rehabilitation specialists, to treat a wide range of injuries and conditions, as well as the management of chronic and acute pain. Using the LaserStim™ emitter is a dynamic and interactive therapy. By simply moving the emitter in a scanning motion over the skin, it reveals areas of optimal treatment. Information is provided on the changes in the physiology of the tissue for fast, accurate and effective care. This feedback is provided in a number of ways: readings on the screen, audible beeps and changes to fluidity as you scan.
Once the LaserStim™ emitter provides feedback on changes in the physiology of the tissue, clinicians are assisted in identifying optimal treatment locations, and therefore provide highly targeted treatments. This identification of treatment areas is accomplished through the exclusive TARGET technology: Treatment Area Recognition and Guidance Enhanced Technology.
The LaserStim emitter is based on the SE25 emitter, the single super pulsed diode producing 25W of peak power as well as incorporating Red LEDs, Infrared emitting diodes and the static magnetic field. Multiple therapeutic radiances synergistically work together for an optimal biological response at the cellular level. A unique combination of these radiances creates the perfect environment for optimal pain relief and accelerated healing.
The MR4 LaserStim™ is used to treat patients with chronic osteoarthritis of the joints, back and neck pain, frozen shoulder, sciatic pain and pain associated with acute injuries. For patients who have artificial knees or hip replacement or other metal implants, LaserStim™ is effective and safe to use.
For patients who have artificial knees or hip replacement or other metal implants, LaserStim™ is effective and safe to use. LaserStim’s TARGET™ technology provides an interactive neural stimulation by constantly measuring electro-conductivity of treated tissue. The device can also be used to treat acute pain such as a recent injury, pain following fractured bones, inflammation, post-surgery.