Cold Laser Therapy
The terms hot laser, and cold laser are one of the many terms used to describe different types of therapey lasers. Some think hot means the laser burns you as in a surgical laser, and that cold laser produce no heat. All of that really is irrelevant when it comes to the Avicenna High Power Class IV 12 Watt Therapeutic Laser. Yes, it is true the Avicenna High Power Class IV 12 Watt Therapeutic Laser produces a significant amount of heat but when used correctly the changes of a patient burn is almost none. hot laser does have the ability to burn the patient if not used correctly.
Cold laser therapy refers to therapy devices that do not produce a thermal effect. They are typcially under 500 milli-watts in power output. Because they have limited power output there ability to penetrate and stimulate healing in many conditions is severely limited. Cold lasers have been around for over 30 years and have yet to receive main stream medical apporval.
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